Father’s Day may not be as hype as Mother’s Day, but that did not stop fathers from enjoying themselves yesterday.
That they did at the annual Transport Board Father’s Day Scenic tour. Entire families, from babes in arms to grand parents, equipped with their drink coolers, picnic baskets, radios and much excitement boarded about 45 buses for a day of enjoyment which culminated at the East Coast road.
The excursion moved off from the Fairchild street bus terminal in the City and close to 800 people attended. They engaged in games that included Guess The Singer, they carried their own key at karaoke and everyone who dared to play seemed to enjoy tombola.
Marketing and Corporate Communications manager, Lynda Holder told Barbados TODAY that from all accounts the day was enjoyable, with no negative issues. (KC)
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