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Longing for Almond

I, like others who have spoken out, have been going to Almond Beach Village regularly (in fact since it opened), so it was like a second home to us and we were absolutely devastated when it closed.

Since then we went to Casuarina, which is nice but nowhere near as good. Now that is not really calling us back as there is only one place for us and therefore we are unlikely to return until we can again enjoy the magical Almond Beach Village experience.

Come on Government of Barbados, do us all a favour and either say yea or nay and we can then look forward or resign ourselves to the fact that we will have to try and find somewhere new or just reflect that we were one of the privileged few to have been fortunate enough to be able to have experienced a stay there.

Fingers crossed!

— Tony Spencer

One Response to Longing for Almond

  1. Barbados ambassadors August 4, 2013 at 5:35 pm

    Exactly ! Come on government !
    Maybe they are waiting for crop over to finish to make an official notice ! Everyday we check the Barbados newspapers in hope to hear – the news that we are all wanting to hear ! That our home will re open !!!!!! Almond beach village has our hearts


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