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Barbados, a tiny island just 21 miles long and 14 miles wide, offers remarkable contrasts, from its boulder-strewn northern coast to its serene Caribbean leeward coastline. Inland, hilly forests slope down to golden fields of sugarcane, corn, sweet potato
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ISBN: 9781588431806
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