Rasta One Love sells handmade jewelry on Ariapita Avenue, Port of Spain, Sweet T&T, Sweet TnT, Trinidad and Tobago, Trini, vacation, travel

‘One Love’ Rasta on the Avenue

This talented young ‘Rasta’ lady known as One Love displays her works of art for Sweet TnT Magazine’s camera outside the La Habana club on Ariapita Avenue in Woodbrook. Rasta One Love sells bracelets, anklets, and necklaces all handmade from different types of fabric, beads, and shells.

Limers know Rasta One Love well

Rasta One Love is well known by many limers on the “Avenue” for her friendly approach and rastafarian vernacular. The Rasta says, “If you want to remember my name just think of Bob Marley’s song ‘One Love’, yuh hear!”

August 2014 – Issue 11     www.sweettntmagazine.com

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Art in the Queen’s Park Savannah

Stalls and tables at the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port of Spain displaying art of various types. Paintings, jewellery, ornaments, bags and plaques made out of wood, calabash, beads, leather, and many other materials.

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June 2014 – Issue 10     www.sweettntmagazine.com

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Spreading joy with snakes in town

Professional snake handlers allow passersby including children in Port of Spain to hold their snakes and pose for photos to capture their brave encounters. This is common to see during the Carnival season all over Trinidad and Tobago with snake handlers charging a small fee to give people an experience of a lifetime. Some people cringe, scream, and freeze as they get their pictures taken with the snakes, but the captured moment on their cameras is worth the trauma.

June 2014 – Issue 10    www.sweettntmagazine.comSnakes in Port of Spain, Carnival Tuesday, children with snakes Sweet T&T, Sweet TnT, Trinidad and Tobago, Trini, vacation, travel, one love

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Petting animals

Marissa Armoogam  shares  a photo of her son Aadam Ali posing with a snake at the Emperor Valley Zoo in Port of Spain. The zoo has a programme that allows the public to interact with the animals in the presence of a trained handler. Allowing children to pet animals educates them on local wildlife, habitat conservation, and ecology. Petting animals dispels any fears children may have of creatures known to be dangerous such as snakes, frogs, and giant lizards.

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Snake petting! Aadam Ali at Emperor Valley Zoo.

October 2014 – Issue 12    www.sweettntmagazine.com

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