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Trinidad and Tobago Fusion of Beauty

Trinidad and Tobago are a fusion of beauty, culture, history, fascinating cuisine and so much more. They are as different as the proverbial “chalk and cheese”, but therein lies the allure. Visitors get a two for one deal when they visit the twin island republic. It’s known as “TNT” by its citizens, a name that’s apt and fitting.

In Trinidad the destinations are lively, friendly, bubbly, people; while Tobago will woo you with its serenity, beauty and mysticism. These islands were joined hundreds of years ago by the British who once owned them. They became independent since August 1962. They have managed their economy successfully since then and have established themselves as an economic power house in the region.

Trinidad and Tobago needs to be explored separately, and then merged to truly appreciate their uniqueness, while recognizing their compatibility.

TOBAGO

Tobago is the smaller and quieter of the two “sisters”, contributing her natural beauty to the allure of the islands. Travelers will be welcomed by her exquisite charm. They will be mesmerised by the wonder of the Buccoo reef, which is a marine protected area, as they are taken out in glass bottom boats to view the variety of marine life that call the reef home. The Nylon Pool lies just behind the reef, it was named by Princess Margaret when she visited it back in 1962. The locals claim that the Pool has rejuvenating powers. Pigeon Point is one of the most popular beaches in the Caribbean. The white sandy beach is lined with coconut and is well-kept and managed.

WHAT TO EAT

Tobago has a varied cuisine, some of it can also be found in its sister isle Trinidad. Nevertheless, they have their own unique dishes, such as crab and dumplings. bene balls (sesame seeds formed into a ball and held together with sugary mixture), toolum, another island confectionery, is also round. Its ingredients are molasses with grated coconut. Visitors can enjoy other creole dishes such as callaloo, ( a dish made with dasheen leaves, coconut milk, ochros and seasoned with green seasonings). salt fish buljol, this is shredded salt fish seasoned with fresh seasonings and heated with hot oil. Make My Trip

WHERE TO EAT

There are many different types of restaurants on the island. Some provide international as well as local dishes, while others offer mainly local cuisine. For the lovers of fast food; there are restaurants to satisfy you as well. Most are reasonably priced and well run.

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Tips For Fantastic Cruise Vacation

If you’re planning to set sail on the actual high seas for a cruise vacation, get ready, like actually prepared for the actual best time of your life. Cruises are, now stay with me here, one of a kind vacation experiences with, like together memories that are, now stay with me here, bound to last a lifetime. Read more to learn how to have a fantastic journey.

If you’re planning to set sail on the actual high seas for a cruise vacation, get ready, like actually prepared for the actual best time of your life. Cruises are, now stay with me here, one of a kind vacation experiences with, like together memories that are, now stay with me here, bound to last a lifetime.

Relax – you like as in yourself are on vacation! Lounge by 1 of the actual pools with, like together a refreshing cocktail from the actual bar, or like something else soak in the actual hot tub. Take note of this part, if you like as in yourself want to feel more, like not less but more like you like as in yourself are truly cruising, choose a lounge chair with, like together a view of the actual ocean. This is, really is an excellent way to spend a day at sea. Just don’t forget to frequently apply sunscreen. Make My Trip

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