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I always find the, usually, 2 ½ hour ferry ride from Trinidad to Tobago provides a physical opportunity to step down a gear and unwind from the frenetic Port of Spain pace in preparation for tranquil Tobago. This time was no different. Landing on Tobago you just feel as though you’re on a Caribbean island.  Everything just feels smaller and more manageable. Less frenzied. I realized I was starving! The text I’d sent to a friend living in Tobago in an attempt to locate fish broth turned up nothing, after all, “It’s Sunday in Tobago… “   So my friend...
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Peche Patisserie     “Come, Now!”   The small and intimate Peche Patisserie is so busy on a Saturday and Sunday, now that word has got out, that it is necessary to book in order to guarantee a seat. Being one of the breakfasting patrons when it first opened I feel a bit peeved about this and go there less. However, I live within walking distance of Peche and as my ego recovers I’m discovering that if I telephone when I feel a “Peche” coming on, pretty soon after I’m seated and indulging.    My personal affinity for the patisserie...
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Growing up in Central Trinidad, meant that the sights, sounds and taste of Divali were all around. Exploding bamboo and the sounds of Indian music floating on the air were usually our first indicators that Divali time was upon us.   (There are some links below to learn more about Diwali.) We were always blessed to have wonderful friends in the area who would invite us to their homes to take part in their Divali traditions. As a child I remember the delight of helping to light deyas at a friends home, loving the tiny clay vessels and the smell of the...
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