Book Review: Black Privilege – Charlamagne Tha God

Now Charlamagne tha God isn't everyone's cup of tea ☕ for sure, but I for one am a fan of his work as I find him to be brutally honest, refreshing and entertaining on his radio show The Breakfast Club (which you can watch on line on YouTube if you are not in the US)😊 … Continue reading Book Review: Black Privilege – Charlamagne Tha God

Looking for Batman in Tamana Bat Caves

Are you a fan of Batman? Did you know that there are bat caves not only beneath Gotham City but also right here in sweet TnT ❤ If you ever fancy visiting a bat cave similar to where Batman has his hide out, you can always hike to Tamana Bat Caves in central Trinidad. This … Continue reading Looking for Batman in Tamana Bat Caves

Book Review: The West Indian Lawyer – Keith Sobion

In 2019 my cousin, Justin Sobion published a book entitled "The West Indian Lawyer - Keith Sobion." This book is the definition of a labour of love and actually took about 8 years to complete❤. He interviewed many persons from all walks of life from the security guard, Mr Jones at the Pines townhouses in … Continue reading Book Review: The West Indian Lawyer – Keith Sobion

Nothing Beats a Mayaro Road Trip :) Part II

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

Nothing beats a Mayaro Road Trip :) Part I

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

Book Review: The Year of Yes by Shonda Rhimes

Honestly this book had me from Hello! It just felt so effortless and conversational, I really felt like i was talking with my good friend Shonda Rhimes about some of her life experiences over a hot cup of Lipton tea with some chocolate cupcakes. I love books like this, it was love at first page! … Continue reading Book Review: The Year of Yes by Shonda Rhimes

Aripo Blue Basins! What a beauty :)

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 🙂

Book Review: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F****

Yes yes i know the name may be off-putting to some.but this book is like a breath of fresh air. There are a plethora of self-help books on the market today all preaching from the same scriptures...but... this....this book....is a different type of self help book. It is brutal.  It is honest. It is real. … Continue reading Book Review: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F****

Avocat Waterfall

The North Coast of Trinidad is filled with many beautiful waterfalls. Rincon waterfall  and Paria waterfall are the most popular (check out my blog post on these beloved waterfalls), but for a first time hiker or someone now beginning a fitness journey, Avocat Waterfall with the rooftop balcony / jacuzzi is the place for you. This … Continue reading Avocat Waterfall

Sometimes you need to Zoom Out

"When bits of happiness go out of focus, zoom out and click a larger picture of life." Unknown Do you find yourself putting all your energy into one person? One relationship? One group of friends? One job? Are you too zoomed in and focused on only one aspect of your life? Often times we end … Continue reading Sometimes you need to Zoom Out

Book Review: The Eld Queen

The Eld Queen is the second book in the YaraStar Trilogy by Trinidadian author Jeanelle Frontin. Honestly, I could not wait to get my hands on this book 😀 After finishing the first book, The Unmarked Girl  (check out my review on this book The Unmarked Girl by Jeanelle Frontin) I had so many questions … Continue reading Book Review: The Eld Queen