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Trinidad and Tobago

An Expat Guide To Local Cultural Activities In Trinidad & Tobago

Posted on Friday July 21, 2017 (09:30:57)
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Trinidad and Tobago is made up of a blend of different cultures that have their roots in Africa, the Middle East, India, China and Europe. The local culture is also influenced by the Native Americans. The diversity of these islands is apparent in the various religions that co-exist there.

In Trinidad and Tobago, expats will find churches, temples and mosques existing beside each other. Each culture contributes to the islands’ identity and environment, and festivals are joint celebrations. Regardless of their origins, the people of Trinidad and Tobago and hospitable by nature and welcoming to visitors. Celebrations and festivals take place throughout the year.   more ...

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Trinidad and Tobago

An Expat Guide To Buying Property In Trinidad & Tobago

Posted on Friday July 07, 2017 (08:02:38)
(c) Kalamazadkhan on Wikipedia
The largest single investment an individual can make is to buy property. There is a large amount of money at stake and hence care should be taken to make sure that the seller is authentic and that the sale itself goes through the proper procedure.   more ...

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Trinidad and Tobago

Why Trinidad And Tobago Is A Great Retirement Destination For Expats

Posted on Wednesday June 28, 2017 (09:48:00)
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Trinidad and Tobago is often thought to be a single destination, but they are actually two islands that are quite different from each other. The main difference is the size of the islands. Trinidad, the larger of the two, is the fifth largest island in the West Indies atnd is 1833 square miles. Tobago is a small island measuring just 116 square miles, and with a population of 60,874 in 2011. Trinidad has a population of 1300,000. English is the spoken language on both islands and they both were a part of the UK until they attained independence in 1962.   more ...