Monthly Archives: August 2016

Preventing Zika

I think that my boyfriend would agree that one of the biggest things that we made sure to do on our trip was to NOT GET BIT BY MOSQUITOS. This was a task that took appropriate planning before we got to Trinidad. The first thing I did was go onto the CDC site and see what […]

It’s about to be a Boat Party

My sister is getting married later this year, and a sizable amount of her fiances family came along with us on the trip. In order to celebrate their engagement, they decided to rent a boat that sailed around Store Bay, Tobago. The owner of the boat also cooked us food and blasted soca sounds the […]

Samaan Grove, Tobago

In order to get to Tobago from Trinidad, there are two options. One can either take the boat or the plane. The boat takes about 2.5-3 hours while the plane takes 20 mins. Advantages of taking the boat include being able to take your car with you and the cheaper cost, while the obvious advantage […]

Maracas Bay Beach

  *Maracas Bay lookout Although we didn’t get the chance to do or see a lot of things that I would I have wanted my boyfriend to experience, we did get the chance to go to one of my favorite places in Trinidad and that is Maracas Bay. People have their critique about Maracas and […]

We made it

The first four days of our vacation were spent in Trinidad. I had hoped to introduce my boyfriend to a lot of my favorite things that Trinidad has to offer but without a car and without the convenience of car service apps such as Uber, it was extremely hard for me to do that. It saddens […]

“I never knew where Trinidad was…”(this post was posted days after)

My boyfriend admitted to me yesterday that he googled Trinidad and to his surprise Trinidad was right off the coast of South America. I have told him the location of Trinidad before and when ever I tell people where Trinidad is I always tell them that it is right off of the coast of Venezuela. […]

Trinidad and Tobago Bound!!!

So my first trip that I will be highlighting will be my trip to Trinidad and Tobago. I have been to Trinidad hundreds of times in my life (I use to live there with my grandparents, then once moving to the United States, my parents would send my sister and I back to spend all […]