Rio Seco waterfall is located just before the village of Balandra in the north-east of Trinidad. This waterfall is one of the most well known in Trinidad and is beloved by many 😉 On any given weekend or especially on a holiday it is one of the most popular locations for hikers, limers (liming is … Continue reading Rio Seco Waterfall…… a perfect beginner’s hike
The beautiful Mt Tabor is the name of the mountain top behind the Mt St Benedict Church. This hike is one of the most scenic in Trinidad with views of the East-West Corridor and all the way south to the San Fernando Hill on the way up and a view of the St Joseph Valley … Continue reading Sometimes it is all about the View: Mt Tabor hike
After stopping by The Book Junkie Bookstore, we continued on the road to Mayaro. On the second leg of our Mayaro Road Trip we headed into the vibrant fishing village of Ortorie Mayaro. Our fist stop was a beach filled with sea shells off Point Radix Road. My mother again had mentioned this spot to … Continue reading Nothing Beats a Mayaro Road Trip 🙂 Part II
Radix Village in Mayaro is a quiet beautiful beach community located on the south-eastern side of Trinidad facing the Atlantic Ocean. It is a small, close knit village and it is the spot where my mother and her siblings spent their summer holidays when they were growing up. The actual county of Mayaro is much … Continue reading Nothing beats a Mayaro Road Trip 🙂 Part I
A couple of months ago I decided to begin running races again. I usually sign up for events because I find it helps me jump start my fitness and give me motivation to exercise 😉 I am a competitive person by nature and whenever I have a race to look forward to, I train because … Continue reading Running and Life
Now this spot is a MUST SEE on any visit to Trinidad and Tobago. It is not as popular as other waterfalls like Paria Waterfall (see my blog post Paria Bay and Waterfall in all its glory) or Rincon waterfall (view my post Rincón Waterfall, Trinidad) but it is for sure, one of my top 5 … Continue reading Aripo Blue Basins! What a beauty 🙂
This is hands down one of my favorite hikes to do in Trinidad. I know I have said that on many occasions, but this is truly one of my top ten favorite spots to relax. Ohh how I wish I was heading there tomorrow! This is a perfect spot for an adventure on a nice … Continue reading Mermaid Pools – It is worth the trip!
Now, don't get me wrong, I am a TRINI TO THE BONE MARROW, but St Lucia, oh sweet sweet St. Lucia has a special place in my heart. This small island in the eastern Caribbean with a population of under 200,000 persons is one of my absolute favorite places. You need to put this on … Continue reading Why you should visit St Lucia?
What is this beautiful waterfall doing hidden in the residential area of Blue Basins, Diego Martin? That was the first thought that passed through my mind when after work a couple of Fridays ago, I visited this hidden gem on the west coast of Trinidad ❤ The starting point for the hike to the waterfall … Continue reading A waterfall in Diego Martin?
"I'm pleased to be chilling in the West Indies. Jah provide all my wants and needs....I got the sunshine, rivers and trees...green leaves." The lyrics above pretty much summarizes how I feel about growing up in the Caribbean <3. It was sung by Proteje featuring Chronixx and is entitled Who Knows (you can check out … Continue reading Tobago’s Other Beaches
Now don't get me wrong. It is not that I thought there were no real hikes in Tobago apart from the hike to the gorgeous Argyle Waterfall. But, I just personally had never been hiking I'm Tobago 😮 although I have been visiting Tobago for more than 20+ years and have been there more times that I … Continue reading Hiking in Tobago? Part I – Rainbow Falls
Do you sometimes feel stuck in a boring dead end job? Are you making a difference in your chosen profession or are you just collecting a salary? Do you feel passionate about what you do at work? Have you ever asked yourself these questions? Maybe you should spend some time reflecting on these because life … Continue reading Swim, Sink or Float?