Snow in Barbados?

Snow in Barbados?

Snow Cones Barbados

Well not quite, however it is very likely that during your visit to Barbados you will either see a child or an adult buzzing by with a snow cone in hand. Nothing is better than this icy and sugary delight in a hot and sunny climate like Barbados. Usually, you will spot a gentleman (snow-cone men they are called) riding the streets with their shaved ice and flavoured sugar syrup enticing people of all generations, they certainly entice us!

 

Snow-cones are engrained in Barbadian culture and like ice-cream cannot be resisted by many.

 

 

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