- published: 28 Jan 2014
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How to describe to your friends a ride one one of Barbados' famous [infamous?] minibuses? Hopefully this video helps! Commonly referred to as reggae buses by tourists because of the loud dancehall music some of them play, these minibuses are definitely an experience to be had while visiting Barbados. Many other Caribbean islands have what Bajans refer to as ZR vans that also play loud music, but I think minibuses are something that set the Barbados experience apart from the rest. They have become part of the Barbados cultural experience, and I would say they are a boost to the Barbados tourism industry, especially when it comes to attracting young thrill seeking tourists, but really tourists of all age groups seem to appreciate the unique experience. I have also curated a playlist called "...
1997 Bus purchase
bus moving fast around the corner
The many forms of transportation through the years. CONTENTS 1. Ships and Boats 2. Horse and Buggy 3. Donkey Carts 4. Mule Carts 5. Ox/Cow Carts 6. Push/Hand Carts 7. Spiders 8. Bicycles and Scooters 9. The Tram 10. The Train 11. Cars and Lorries 12. Buses 13. Airplanes 14. Walking 15. Other forms of transportation 16. Multiple forms of transportation
At Blue Bay Travel, we work closely with SunTours, the leading transport company in Barbados to get your holiday off to the best start possible. http://www.caribbeanwarehouse.co.uk Directed and edited by James Holman (www.hotknees.com/) Music - “The Same Moon” Artist Unknown
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Transport Board workers walk off the job in protest over a number of outstanding concerns. Prime Minister Freundel Stuart says Barbadians’ consumption habits are contributing to the low foreign reserves. These and other stories in the Barbados TODAY afternoon news.
Barbados Reggae Bus 2 - Crank De Buss Finally got it done! A follow up to my original Reggae Bus video. More bus, more bass, more Barbados! I live in Toronto, and if the TTC were like this I'd be taking it more often! These yellow buses are privately owned and operated, they are one of three methods of public transportation which include ZR vans, (which are typically 12 seater Toyota Hiace vans which commonly play music and drive fast), and Transport Board buses which are large blue 40+ seater buses http://www.transportboard.com/. Rides on any of these 3 types of buses will cost you US$1 or BDS$2 per one way trip. Transport Board buses will provide transfers which are good for a return leg within a time limit on another Transport Board bus. Transport Board buses require exact change. On...
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On a prit le bus pour rentrer du parc naturel a Bridgetown. Grand moment, la porte ne ferme plus, le chauffeur est au téléphone la moitié du trajet, et il passe les vitesses juste avant que le moteur explose! L'avantage c'est que c'est pas cher.