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WE vs. THEM

From  February 28 – March 13, 2014 it will be WE vs. THEM.  After four long years England returns to the Caribbean for a cricket tour for 3 ODIs in Antigua and 3 T20s in Barbados – two of the Caribbean islands with the most cricket fans.  Antigua and Barbados both have colourful cricket history, playing host to many of cricket’s best games and known for some of the world’s greatest players. The three ODI’s will be played right here …
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Happy New Year!

As we begin 2014 we say thank you again for choosing Trade Winds Hotel and Bay House Restaurant & Bar as your hotel and restaurant of choice during 2013.  As most do, over the past few days we’ve been looking back at the past year and from our perspective 2013 was an incredible year for us.  It began with the construction of new multimedia events facilities, continuing with the renovating and upgrading of our rooms.  Our Bay House Restaurant unveiled …
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Antigua and Barbuda One Family: Celebrating With Pride, Vision and Integrity.

“Antigua and Barbuda One Family: Celebrating With Pride, Vision and Integrity” is the theme under which we will be celebrating our 32 anniversary of Independence from Great Britian.  Antigua & Barbuda became an independent country on November 1, 1981 lowering the Union Jack and raising the Antigua & Barbuda Flag to our very own National Anthem. Leading up to November 1, a month long celebration of parades, expos, competitions, pageants and food fairs are enjoyed by both residents and visitors.  …
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Only A Dad.

For many of us, our fathers are our “heroes”, they provide love, guidance and support.   A good father can set an example of strength, honour, sacrifice and responsibility.  On Father’s Day we honour our Dads for their love and the lessons they have taught us over the years.  Here’s a beautiful poem that truly speaks to father and fatherhood. Only a Dad by Edgar A. Guest Only a dad with a tired face, Coming home from the daily race, Bringing …
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