looks like a postcard
sleepy little fishing village
we felt like we were in a Jack Johnson video
fresh pineapple soaked inn green spicy “something”
scary, buff pineapple man laughed at my request for a straw
sunny skies foreverrrrr
Maracas Bay bird’s eye view
everywhere the tropical flowers grow wild
Port of Spain
of course we must stop and taste all the random local treats
and then more local treats
Another cove beach surrounded by the jungle
happy for any chance to wear the Chaco’s
waiting for chicken and chips
getting ready to zipline…. first time ever!
This is my holy-crap-this-is-high-and-i-have-to-jump-off-what? face
this place is called “Bamboo Cathedral” a beautiful path paved through the rainforest…
homemade ice cream on the street…. there’s an “ice cream” street… I need to live on that street
mmmmmm ice cream foreverrrrrr
our beautiful host home….. we were extravagantly blessed to stay in this beautiful home with the most beautiful family!
the markets full of fresh tropical fruits…… makes me long to live in the tropics
papaya for days
oh to have fresh tree ripened bananas every day
strumming a little ditty
it’s amaaaaazing what a 4 year old can convince a grown man to do! Master Negotiator!
Rituals coffee is Trinidad’s version of Starbucks. We fell in LOVE!!!
I finally got the Cuban food I was promised…… at the Miami airport:)
We had the BESSSSSSST time in Trinidad. The people were so warm and hospitable. The food was spicy and flavorful…. ok sometimes spicier than I could handle! For Kyle it was NO PROBLEM AT ALL!! We spent most of the time hanging with the local church who welcomed us like family. Our friend Blake was the guest speaker at a conference(he wrote “The Veil”…click here to order his book…. it will change your life!). We were blessed to assist him and be his ministry team. We worshiped with the locals (I haven’t encountered God that much in worship in a LONG time.), walked the streets of the neighborhood and prayed for so many people (lots of healing, encounters and one man met Jesus for the first time), ate SOOOOO MUCH AMAZING local food, drank an insane amount of coffee, played endless games of hide and seek with our hosts 4-year old son and laughed so hard every single day that our cheeks hurt!!!
I love you Trinidad! You were so magical! It was such a gift from God that we got to make beautiful memories with you!
Until next time T&T….Ciao!