Barbados became an independent nation in 1966, but more than 300 years of British rule had an everlasting effect on the island and its people. The Bajans are proud of their heritage and hospitality, so visitors experience warm island welcomes with British accents.
One of the most notable British bastions on Barbados is the Sandy Lane resort, a beachfront retreat for royals, captains...
Casa de Campo means "country home," a humble phrase for a 7,000-acre Dominican Republic resort that began in the 1970s as a private retreat for Gulf+Western founder Charles Bluhdorn and friends. After his death, it was bought by a group of investors including the Cuban-American Fanjul family (the world's leading sugar barons) and opened to the public as "the Caribbean's most complete resort."...