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  1. And they're off... for a bath! Horses are given a scrub in the sea...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 1 | Daily Mail

    And they're off... for a bath! Horses are given a scrub in the sea ahead of celebrations to mark the 50th anniversary of Barbados's independence A ha ndful of animals were taken into the sea by their handlers who used rags to scrub them all down Horses involved in the celebrations to mark 50 years of independence in Barbados were in peak condition after getting scrubbed clean in the sea ahead of the ceremony. The horses from the Garrison Savannah were given a wash early this morning before they were involved in the activities in the country's capital Bridgetown.

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  2. Prince Harry Drinking Out of a Coconut May Make You Thirsty: See Photos of His Caribbean VisitRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 26 | E! Online

    Prince Harry brought his royal hotness to the Caribbean last week for an official royal visit and is set to remain in the area for another week. Over Thanksgiving weekend, he visited Saint Lucia and Saint Vincent, where he met young fans, played some cricket and quenched his thirst with some fresh coconut water.

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  3. Prince Harry takes part in a cricket match in St LuciaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 25 | Daily Mail

    Prince Harry showed off his bowling skills in St Lucia today when he pitched a delivery at Darren Sammy, the former West Indies Twenty20 captain. Harry, who is on a 15-day tour of the Caribbean, met with the leading cricketer before an exhibition match began at the stadium which is named after the sportsman which was live-streamed by the Government of St. Lucia.

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  4. Prince Harry cleans fish during official visit to BarbudaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 23 | Manila Bulletin

    Prince Harry showed off his fish-cleaning skills during a visit to the Caribbean island of Barbuda as part of a 14-day tour of the region. Prince Harry visits the Frigate Bird Sanctuary which forms an integral part of Barbuda's eco-tourism industry The prince helped agricultural science students at their request during a high school tour Tuesday.

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  5. Oh Look, There Goes Prince Harry Being Unbelievably Cute AgainRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 22 | Switched

    The Duchess of Cambridge's closet is to our wallets as Prince Harry doing just about anything is to our heartstrings. Harry is currently on day three of a 14-day tour of the Caribbean to mark the 35th anniversary of independence in Antigua and Barbuda and the 50th anniversary of independence in Barbados and Guyana.

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  6. Prince Harry shows off his love of bubbles like Prince George: The...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 22 | Hellomagazine.com

    Prince Harry got a warm welcome from a child while he attended a Charities Showcase at the Government House of Antigua. The event demonstrated the work being done in Antigua and Barbuda in support of young people, including those from disadvantaged backgrounds.

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  7. Prince Harry visits Antigua but people are told not to mention Meghan MarkleRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 21 | Daily Mail

    Prince Harry hugs a young child while attending a charity event in Antigua... but people were told not to mention his new relationship with US actress Meghan Markle Prince Harry smiled as he hugged a child when he attended a charity event for children with severe mental and physical disabilities on his tour of the Caribbean. The prince, 32, arrived at the official residence of the Governor General - the Queen's representative in Antigua and Barbuda - for the Colours of Charity event.

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  8. Prince Harry plays some cricket, volleyball on Antigua visitRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 21 | The New Zealand Herald

    " Britain's Prince Harry spent the morning playing some cricket, tennis and volleyball while meeting with several sports teams on his first full day on the Caribbean island of Antigua. After a break for lunch Monday, Harry joined Antigua's governor general, Sir Rodney Williams, to present honors to a retired nurse, and then he learned about local charities as he started a 14-day tour of the region.

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  9. Prince Harry plays with Windies legendsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 21 | Trinadad Express

    Britain's Prince Harry took the opportunity to play cricket with some of West Indies cricket legends during his visit to Antigua and Barbuda. Prince Harry, who is on a tour of the Caribbean, will be visiting some the countries that are celebrating their Independence anniversaries.

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  10. Cricket and colonialism: Prince Harry's tour of Caribbean sparks #notmyprince campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 21 | National Post

    Prince Harry landed in Antigua on Sunday amid pomp and sunshine, but critics of his two-week tour of the Caribbean are pointing out the dark history of the British empire in the region. The Prince has been made aware of possible protests after a social media campaign was established under the hashtag #NotMyPrince, borrowing from the Not My President campaign against Donald Trump in the U.S. The campaign calls itself as an "anti-colonial welcoming committee for Prince Harry" that aims to break the "bonds of empire."

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  11. Prince Harry lands in Antigua and delivers a special message from Queen ElizabethRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 21 | Hellomagazine.com

    Prince Harry touched down on the island of Antigua on Sunday, kicking off his two-week Caribbean tour on behalf of his grandmother Queen Elizabeth . Harry, 32, arrived via commercial flight to V.C. Bird International Airport, where he was greeted by sunshine and a red carpet lined with potted palms.

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  12. Prince Harry's popularity to be tested as #NotMyPrince trends as ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 20 | The New Zealand Herald

    Prince Harry has arrived in the West Indies to begin a two-week tour that is likely to be the biggest test yet of his ability to win over the public. The Prince, 32, will visit seven Commonwealth countries in the Caribbean, six of which are Commonwealth realms, with the Queen as head of state.

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  13. Prince Harry lands in Antigua to launch Caribbean tripRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 20 | The New Zealand Herald

    " Britain's Prince Harry is launching a 14-day Caribbean tour, arriving at his first stop in Antigua aboard a commercial flight. The prince is visiting the Caribbean representing Queen Elizabeth II in the year of her 90 birthday.

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  14. Meghan Markle Is All Smiles as She Finishes Filming Suits Season 6...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 20 | E! Online

    So it looks like Meghan Markle may have some time off...will she meet up with Prince Harry for some fun in the sun? The 35-year-old American actress, who has been dating the British royal for at least two weeks, finished filming season six of Suits in Toronto early Sunday. She celebrated with her co-stars and director Roger Kumble , who announced the news and posted a group selfie on Instagram.

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  15. Harry set to begin major tour of the CaribbeanRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 20 | Stroudnewsand Journal

    Prince Harry is due to arrive in Antigua and Barbuda for a major tour of the Caribbean that will see him celebrate the region's history, achievements and culture. Harry will spend 15 days travelling around the island nations on behalf of the Queen and is said to be greatly looking forward to the trip.

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  16. Antigua and Barbuda Celebrate Prince Harry Visit With Special 'The Prince's Ginger' CocktailRead the original story

    Friday Nov 18 | World News Report

    Commemorative drink follows royal history, inspired by 'The King's Ginger' drink created for Harry's great-great-great grandfather, Kind Edward VII Antigua and Barbuda is celebrating His Royal Highness Prince Harry's visit to Antigua and Barbuda by creating a specialty cocktail, 'The Prince's Ginger', made with the twin-island nation's world famous, award-winning English Harbour rum and featuring fresh locally sourced ingredients. / EINPresswire.com / -- The cocktail follows in a historic royal tradition as it is inspired by a special liqueur created for King Edward VII in 1903 called "The King's Ginger'.

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  17. Alert - Zika Virus in Antigua and BarbudaRead the original story

    Oct 17, 2016 | Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

    Public health officials have reported that mosquitoes in Antigua and Barbuda are infected with Zika virus and are spreading it to people. Text PLAN to 855-255-5606 to receive Zika updates for your destination.

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  18. More on PlusRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 15 | KISU-TV Pocatello

    Music Voyager "Antigua and Barbuda" The beautiful Caribbean islands of Antigua and Barbuda tell a story of hospitality and culture, with music and journalist Mirissa Neff as the guide. She follows the trail across the islands to find the heartbeat of the country through its rhythms, and along the way she sample some of the amazing cuisine, experiences the vibrant countryside and the stunning oceans all around.

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  19. Music VoyagerRead the original story

    Monday Nov 14 | KISU-TV Pocatello

    The new travel-based music series MUSIC VOYAGER features host Jacob Edgar exploring thriving, exotic global music scenes to discover emerging talent. Edgar - an ethnomusicologist, cultural musician and music critic - travels all over the world to hear cutting-edge musicians and immerse himself in their cultures.

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  20. Music VoyagerRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 13 | KISU-TV Pocatello

    The new travel-based music series MUSIC VOYAGER features host Jacob Edgar exploring thriving, exotic global music scenes to discover emerging talent. Edgar - an ethnomusicologist, cultural musician and music critic - travels all over the world to hear cutting-edge musicians and immerse himself in their cultures.

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