1.North America is the continent
2.when it comes to Barbados exports, it is estimated than the annual amount is around $385 million. Accounting for this are various stuff to include sugar/molasses, rum, manufactured goods, electrical components, and chemicals.
3.The commodities imported include foods, materials for construction, consumer goods, machinery, electrical components, fuel, and chemicals.
In plenty and in time of need
In plenty and in time of need
When this fair land was young
Our brave forefathers sowed the seed
From which our pride is sprung
A pride that makes no wanton boast
Of what it has withstood
That binds our hearts from coast to coast
The pride of nationhood
We loyal sons and daughters all
Do hereby make it known
These fields and hills beyond recall
Are now our very own
We write our names on history's page
With expectations great
Strict guardians of our heritage
Firm craftsmen of our fate
The Lord has been the people's guide
For past three hundred years
With him still on the people's side
We have no doubts or fears
Upward and onward we shall go
Inspired, exulting, free
And greater will our nation grow
In strength and unity
5.electricity-The voltage on Barbados is 110 volts. Adapters for electrical equipment are not necessary.
6.Currency-bajan dollar, coins 1, 5, 10, 25 cents and 1$
dollars 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, and 100 dollar bills
1 bajan equals 50 cents in the US
The price of stuff in Barbados is more than the US by 2 to 3 USD (American dollars)
7.Religion-Religion in Barbados. According to the 2000 official census, more than 95 percent of the population of Barbados is considered Christian, although persons may not be active in any particular denomination.
8.the official language of Barbados is english
9.The best time to visit Barbados is July to November. Hurricanes they rarely hit the island, and you could attend one of the lively festivals if you vacation at that time of year. Temperatures stay between the mid 70s and mid 80s year-round, so there's really very little reason to travel during the peak season from December to April.
10.passports and visa-Every person entering Barbados, including all North American citizens (Americans and Canadians),should be in possession of a valid passport and a valid return ticket.
11.natural hazards-infrequent hurricanes; periodic landslides
12.Barbados is about the size of a county in Kansas
13.population- is 283,221
14.The capital is bridgetown
15.Barbados is a constitutional monarchy
16.The time in barbados is 1 hour faster than kansas
17.The island's national dish cou-cou and flying fish, consist of this very fish. Cou-Cou is a combination of cornmeal and okra that are further combined with salt, pepper and Barbados' very own hot pepper sauce. This unique staple food is complimented with flying fish.
18.Barbados is mostly a tropical island
19.mostly males yet almost all females live 2-3 years longer than men
20. per capita is 14917.1 usd