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Top view on San Fernando Hill

By Marika Mohammed. San Fernando Hill is considered a landmark of South Trinidad. It’s amazing to see how much of it has changed over the years.

For those who are looking for a great, no gym way to get fit or wanting to spend quality time with family before the holidays are over, walking or driving up the hill is a fun activity for all.

First and foremost it gets everyone more social since its more outdoors than indoors and it’s healthy both physically and mentally.

For the little ones there’s a park where they could have tonnes of fun and make new friends while parents could sit back and get some relax time in.

San Fernando Hill, great views all around

Further up the hill there are tonnes of gazebos and patios for picnics and parties. It’s a great hangout place for those who have no idea what to do and don’t want to rip their pockets. Most of all there are great views all around, 360. There is even a lookout where you could look through the telescopes and get a close-up of scenery.

Get a group together and go have a blast treading up the hill for a picnic or afternoon lime, I did it and it’s not as terrifying as it sounds. Think about it this way you get to spend time with friends and family and have a fun workout at the same time.

By the way the views along the way aren’t bad to get a peek of and when you reach the top you see from Point Lisas to the sugar factory in St Madeleine. It’s definitely somewhere to get away from life down the hill and to get some rest and relaxation.

October 2013 – Issue 6    www.sweettntmagazine.com

 

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