Travel Recap: Port of Spain, Trinidad

1. This castle was built by the British in the early 1900s.
2. I don't know his name but the fresh coconut water he sold was quite refreshing.
3. Our friend and tour guide for the evening.
4. I LOVE coconut water, so I was ecstatic when I got my hands on a fresh coconut
5. Queen's Park Savannah is a park and is Trinidad's largest open space. It's also the largest traffic roundabout in the world.
6. These buildings were also built in the early 1900s.
Hey everyone! I hope you're having a positive and productive week. My week has been extremely busy so I'll keep this post short and sweet:) As you know, I went to Tobago a few weeks ago. However, I had a layover in Trinidad before flying to Tobago. As a result, I was able to tour Port of Spain (capital of Trinidad &Tobago) for about 5 hours. A friend was gracious enough to be our tour guide for the evening. The above pictures are a few shots that were captured along the way. I'll update this post with a few more shots of the other sites that I visited in Port of Spain by the end of the week so stay tuned!

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