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Charlie Coosingh, a retired Custom’s employee, walks to the San Juan market every day from his Aranguez home where he sells his cocoyea brooms for $20 each. He sits under his coconut tree in Aranguez and cleans the branches that... read more
Martin Alleyne is an American who has been visiting these twin Caribbean islands since the age of 13 and has had several experiences that he claims “you cannot find anywhere else in the world”. He was especially interested in the Carnival season. He said people here actually partied 24 hours a day which was... read more
Dockers Crew chef cooks up a storm at Iron Pot Curry Duck Cookout in south Trinidad. A young lady at the event enjoys the delicious “curry duck” that Trinbagonians can’t resist. The curried duck is... read more
Here are some scenes of friends and families relaxing or having the popular bake and shark for lunch while enjoying the sun, sand and sounds of the Maracas waves. This popular beach has all the amenities that.. read more
My Botanical Gardens…a paradise with fruits everywhere, when I eat out the fruits from one tree, another tree starts to bear, the air is fresh and clean, pure water is over there, my friends and I play in the green, and live life without a... read more