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I don't mean "exactly" any of your interpretations. I never felt unsafe. Many of those I lived among became "family. Outrageous cost of living. Outrageous cost of imports. Low wages. Difficulty raising various livestock for the same reason. Lack of developing industry. A historically, decidedly small minority of those who "have. We don't even care to look beneath the surface of a Sandy Lane , eh? I say let their senses be assaulted elsewhere, then. I miss the kingfish in Baxter's Road , at 11PM, on a rainy evening.
This has always been interpreted by some as being "cold," or rude. Unless one comes from a country where this behavior is the norm, how would one interpret, unless previously informed. Bajans are some of the warmest, giving, fun-loving people I have ever known.
They are well educated, extremely hard workers. They will not immediately seem that way to most. Yet this is an "english" country! Easier to forgive misunderstandings in foreign-speaking countries, although we Americans even expect those folks to speak perfect english, don't we? Conservation of energy is essential in a climate that is continually hot. Barbados has one of the lowest violent crime rates in the world. Not so many places where that isn't so. I won't judge. The lack of guns makes it less likely that passersby will be caught up in, or injured in a crime war.
I don't know that the country has ever "catered" to tourists, nor am I sure it should be so. There are places in the Caribbean where tourism is the only industry in which to be employed, thereby forcing the citizens to "cater" more than they might, denying their values all the while.
I am not so sure that is a good way to live, either. I am not sure about the marketing, deals, or inducements. I have not been back to Barbados for a very long time, but there are many reasons for that.