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25 Feb 22 18:03
Date Joined: 30 Jan 03
| Topic/replies: 7,182 | Blogger: Ekbalco's blog
Off to Barbados on March 10 for the 3rd Test.

Anyone on here who is also going or has been recently who can advise on what hoops have to be jumped through to get there - tests/certificates/vaccine passports/inside leg measurement etc.

Many thanks.
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Report geoff m February 25, 2022 6:11 PM GMT
Coconut Airways??
Report barstool February 25, 2022 7:08 PM GMT
Been to the kensington Oval a few times, one of my favourite grounds. Usually try to sit in the main stand or the Hall and Griffith  stand next to the away pavillion. Get there an hour early as there are security checks, bags etc, but not sure about covid checks. Great atmosphere, food and drink plentiful, not overpriced and always served with a smile. Enjoy.

West coast towards Speightstown best place to stay as travel avoids Bridgetown. Parking no problem at that end, plenty of grass banks off road and short walk to ground,
Report punchestown February 25, 2022 8:32 PM GMT
Coconut Airways??


Report Emitdeb February 25, 2022 8:41 PM GMT
Coconut Airways??

Grin If Giuseppe sees this... Sad
Report driver2 February 26, 2022 7:35 AM GMT
Love this song, love Barbados and love the Pina Colladas at Cafe Sol St Lawrence Gap.
Report The Dragon February 26, 2022 7:43 AM GMT
amazing islnd

west coast and east coast amazing contrast with the central area jungle like

if you get a chance to go around the island do it its breathtaking
Report yardlanebar February 26, 2022 8:10 AM GMT
took over 2 hours to get in to first 20/20 you were meant to have ID and vaccine proof desended in to chaos when it started with loads still outside. next one we went to the ground via the back entrance so from behind the party stand and that was much quicker
Report Ekbalco March 2, 2022 2:07 AM GMT
Thanks all.
Report elise March 2, 2022 10:00 AM GMT
i didn't go in the end but when i looked it was something like pcr submitted online before you fly (2 days maybe?) and the thing was it couldn't be the gov pcr it had to be a paid for lab test, also you had to show the nhs app with your vaccinations otherwise you could be treated as unvaccinated on arrival, not sure if that still applies but they were testing alot of unvaccinated and in some cases putting them into isolation at their expense, may have changed now as this was Jan
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