Travel to Trinidad and Tobago – Episode 314

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The Amateur Traveler talks to JD Andrews about his recent trip to Trinidad and Tobago. JD, who used to work for a cruise line, has visited many of the islands of the Caribbean but this was his first visit to Trinidad.

“Trinidad and Tobago are two separate islands. The main island is Trinidad and that’s where the capital is, it’s a big city, Port of Spain is their capital. That’s where almost everything happens. Tobago doesn’t have any of that, you go there for the beach and the relaxation. The most famous thing about Trinidad is their carnival which is supposedly the best in the Caribbean.”

Trinidad is also the home to bitters and to steel drums.

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Show Notes

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JD Andrews
Trinidad and Tobago
Trinidad Carnival
Angostura bitters
Nicki Manaj
Maracas Beach – Trinidad
Caroni Bird Sanctuary, Trinidad
Port of Spain
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by Chris Christensen

Chris Christensen is the creator of the Amateur Traveler blog and podcast. He has been a travel creator since 2005 and has won awards including being named the "Best Independent Travel Journalist" by Travel+Leisure Magazine.

One Response to “Travel to Trinidad and Tobago – Episode 314”

Traveling Ted


First of all, thank you for linking the guest post done by EarthXplorer on my website. Secondly, thank you for getting me psyched up for my trip to Carnival in two weeks. As JD said, I found the perfect remedy for the post holiday there is no snow in Chicago blues.

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