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TRINIDAD & TOBAGO

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Our international travelling companion, Ed G. just returned from Trinidad and Tobago. He showed us pictures of his visit! He took along Fodors Guide and stayed at the major hotel which was recommended and dined at the restaurants recommended by Fodors! Can you believe that, as a single person, he fell in love with the "natives" of Trinidad and Tobago? He stayed at the PAR-MAY-LA'S INN in Trinadad and so enjoyed the people of Trinidad he really felt terrible to head out to Tobago! His visit to Maracas Beach was filled with adventure and romance! In fact, he met such wonderful people on the running track at the Savannah Park in Trinidad, he may return! We believe in his enjoyment simply because we have a Trinidadian who worked at our local Hess gas station and he was always so kind to us! Ed G. goes nowhere without Fodors Guide and we don't either! (p.s. we don't get a commission!) Ed G. always asked for permission to photo and was never refused! Most noteworthy were the costs for snorkeling and diving off Tobago! Good luck!

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