Here’s part II folks . . . we’re taking the saying “don’t be afraid to ask questions” to a whole new level!
What should I pack when travelling to Trinidad and Tobago?
Don’t worry, we have supermarkets and pharmacies so no need to pack like you’re expecting a flood or turn yourself into a mobile medicine cabinet. Though it’s probably a good idea to walk with prescription medication.
Other than that . . . come hungry for great food . . . thirsty for adventure and ready to rumble!
What do people wear in Trinidad and Tobago?
It gets pretty cold in winter time . . . so be sure to pack lots of layers, wool jackets, scarves, gloves and all that . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . got you . . . just kidding.
A couple three quarter pants, comfy pair of jeans, spaghetti strap tops, cotton shirts, comfy sundresses, slippers/ sandals/wedges, sunblock and a pair of sunglasses. That should give you an idea of what the weather is like. For special occasions, by all means ‘dress to impress!’ Visiting for business? Anything goes in that category. Most public transportation and buildings have air-conditioning so you’ll be safe with the turtle necks and long sleeve tops as well!
Oh! We probably should mention that it’s illegal in Trinidad and Tobago for civilians to wear camouflage clothing . . . yeah we know . . . bummer right?
To be continued . . .