Category: Trinidad & Tobago

Alliouagana Festival of the Word, Montserrat

Dear Friends In just about a fortnight from now we will be into the 2nd Alliouagana Festival of the Word which takes place from Friday November 12 to Sunday November 14, 2010.  We hope that as many persons as possible will find this Programme interesting and will try to find the time to attend and […]

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Special Travel Arrangements into Montserrat for Arrow’s Funeral on October 1st, 2010

Special Travel Arrangements into Montserrat for Persons Coming for Arrow’s Funeral Increased Flights and a Ferry Service to be Organised(September 23rd, 2010 – Brades, Montserrat):  In anticipation of the significant number of persons that will be coming for the funeral on October 1, 2010 of Montserrat’s most-famous son Arrow, the Montserrat Tourist Board (MTB) wishes […]

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THE MIGHTY ARROW, Soca King of the World, dies at 60.

The Mighty Arrow, Soca King of the World, dies at 60. OLVESTON, Montserrat (Sept 15, 2010) – The Soca King of the World, Alphonsus “The Mighty Arrow” Cassell, died at his residence on the tiny Caribbean island of Montserrat today at the age of 60. The international recording artiste was diagnosed with cerebral cancer in […]

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Organization for Tropical Studies Newsletter.

February 2010   Join OTS on   IN THIS ISSUE Las Cruces Symposium Auction Opens Next Monday! Tropical Biology Apps Due March 1 Graduate Course Deadlines Panamá BioCurso Research at Palo Verde OTS ONLINE STORE Inquiry in Rainforests: an in-service program for teachers July 14 – July 29, 2010 Scholarship Applications Due March 1, 2001 […]

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Don’t slash budgets!…warns Caribbean Marketer

DON’T SLASH BUDGETS, WARNS CARIBBEAN MARKETER General Manager of Bay Gardens Hotel, Waltrude Patrick (second from right) welcomes the BBEC team to St. Lucia at last week’s Caribbean Media Exchange on Sustainable Tourism (CMEx). From left: Jeremy Stephen, Dr. Basil Springer and Marita Greenidge. Photo credit: Margot Jordan Photograph available here: http://docs.google.com/View?id=dgsbbfz_1525dtpsgfd3 BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (December […]

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MEDIA MAVENS CMEx BOUND IN SAINT LUCIA

MEDIA MAVENS CMEx BOUND IN SAINT LUCIA Media mavens and communications connoisseurs, most of them women, are planning to converge on Saint Lucia to discuss climate change and tourism outreach to multicultural communities in December. Several top communications specialists from the Caribbean, North America and Europe are offering messages of hope and encouragement as tourism […]

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Fourth Night is Free in NEW Breezes Panama

FIRST Breezes RESORT IN PANAMA OPENED ITS DOORS ON OCTOBER 1 Fourth Night Free and 25 Percent Off Celebratory Consumer Savings HOLLYWOOD, FL, October 5, 2009 – Breezes Panama, the newest addition to the popular Super-Inclusive resort chain opened its doors on October 1, 2009.  The resort marks the first Panamanian development by SuperClubs, and […]

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Ferry service soon to be a choice for five Southern Caribbean destinations

Ferry service soon to be a choice for five Southern Caribbean destinations By Linda Straker, eTN Staff Writer | Aug 19, 2009 ST. GEORGE’S, Grenada – Five destinations in the southern Caribbean will soon enjoy an inter-island passenger ferry service that will cost almost one-third of the amount it cost to travel to the islands […]

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History, mysteries, celebrations in Grenada

History, mysteries, celebrations and the like: Grenada’s diverse heritage makes it the ideal all season vacation for Caribbean Aficionados —————————————————————– (St. George’s, Grenada, WI)—Canadians have a reputation for being all season adventurous travelers. They expect to absorb a lot of history and culture from their host country. Grenada’s long, storied history and unique culture help […]

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