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Pigeon Point Rd, Trinidad and Tobago
Buss-Up-Shut is a local dish of Trinidad & Tobago that you can find at any roti shop. This particular buss-up-shut was purchased at the Tobago Curry House located nearby on an unnamed street. Directions: Coming out of Pigeon Point Road you make a...
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Overshadowed by the multi-million dollar goat racing track in Buccoo Bay, Tobago, the Bamboo Shed truly lives up to its motto. Taste. Price. Attitude. No Waste. SMILE. Go for doubles, smoked hering, saltfish, bake and more Trini staples after a...
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Scarborough, Trinidad and Tobago
Located about 25 kilometers from Scarborough is Argyle Falls, a 100-foot tiered waterfall. Visitors will trek through the rainforest for about 10-15 minutes before reaching the falls, which offer cool, clear water for swimming at the base. Many...
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Main Ridge, Trinidad and Tobago
Main Ride Forest Reserve was established on April 13, 1776, as is on record as the “oldest legally protected forest reserve geared specifically towards a conservation purpose.” It encompasses 9,780 acres of rainforest, and is home to about 220 to...
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Tyson Hall, Trinidad and Tobago
Need a quick bite moments after landing on Tobago? You could do a lot worse than stopping at these guys selling doubles (a local Indian influenced, curry filled street food) from the back of their car at the intersection leading to Pigeon Point.
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Maracas Beach, Maracas Bay Village, Trinidad and Tobago
Trinidad has some very unique food items and when you are enjoying a beautiful beach day at Maracas Beach (free wi-fi) make your way across the street to Richard's Bake and Shark! There are a few different tents set up for lunch but don't make a...
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Pearls Main Rd, Moya, Grenada
The lovely spice island of Grenada is a tropical island retreat. The natural beauty of Grenada is displayed in its lush vegetation. The beaches are long gorgeous strands of sand ringed by translucent azure waters. The local people are friendly,...
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A tiny, man-made island in Clifton Harbour built with discarded conch shells, Happy Island is really just a small bar where you can tie up for a while and have a drink, a meal, and a conversation with Janti Ramage, the island’s joyful...
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Port Elizabeth, St Vincent and the Grenadines
Another must in Bequia. The lobster pizza is darn good, so is the rum punch. :-) I always make it here when in Bequia.
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Belmont. Bequia, Port Elizabeth VC4000, St Vincent and the Grenadines
The Green Boley is a must when in Bequia. The conch roti and rum punch are great and the atmosphere is true island life. Nice menu, cheap and good eats.
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Ciceron, St Lucia
Markets abound on the island of St. Lucia in the eastern Caribbean. From the bustling food stalls haunted mainly by locals, to the aisles of trinkets and tapestries designed for tourists adventurous enough to leave the safety of their...
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1 Rue de la liberté, Fort-de-France 97200, Martinique
If this library doesn’t look much like your average Caribbean building, there’s a reason for that. It’s not. The entire library was first built in France back in 1889, then shipped piece by piece to the island Martinique as an...
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Le Coin, Le Carbet, Martinique
Neisson (just down the coast from Saint-Pierre) is open all year, but the best time to visit is during the harvest, usually late January through early June. That’s when you can see the distillery in action. Open Mon.–Sat. 596/(0) 596-78-03-70.
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Rue de la Distillerie, La Trinité, Martinique
The rums from this historic distillery get their unique flavors from the island’s tropical humidity and the volcanic soils of the sugarcane fields sloping down from Mount Pelée. Open Mon.–Sat. Fonds Préville, Macouba, 596/(0) 596-78-92-55.
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domaine de l'acajou, Le François 97240, Martinique
The restored estate of rum pioneer Homère Clément includes botanical gardens, art galleries, a museum, and a gift shop as well as a tasting room. Open daily. Domaine de l’Acajou, Le François, 596/(0) 596-54-62-07.
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5,5km Route de Lamentin, Fort-de-France 97200, Martinique
The aged La Favorite Agricole Ambré earned a four-star rating in a 2011 New York Times tasting of rums from the Caribbean and Brazil. Be sure to taste the unaged Blanc as well. Open Mon.–Fri. 596/(0) 596-50-47-32.
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Sainte-Marie, Martinique
In addition to tasting white, aged, and limited-edition rums, you can walk through the nearly 250-year history of the spirit in the Musée du Rhum located on the distillery grounds. Open daily. 596/(0) 596-69-50-37.
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Le Marigot, Martinique
Traveling in Martinique, we stopped in a restaurant called "Le Ghetto" (in the northeast) to have lunch on Easter Sunday. The bar was open and few people were there. We started talking, having a drink, sharing a second one with the people there....
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Rue Lamartine, Fort-de-France, Martinique
In the market for freshly ground curry powder? How about pure vanilla extract, harvested by hand? Or want to pick up a tipple of the island’s legendary ‘ti punch to go? At Fort-de-France’s century-old Grand Marché, local vendors sell fruits,...
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Sainte-Anne, Martinique
If you've never enjoyed an ice cold Lorraine beer on a hot day at my favorite beach in Martinique, then you don't know what bliss is :-)
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N4, Sainte-Anne, Guadeloupe
Guadeloupe's outdoor markets are an important part of daily life and a sight for sore eyes. Fragrant cooking spices compete with colorful bottles of homemade rhum, women in traditional madras head ties smile at passersby, zouk music or gwo-ka...