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Fun in Sun and Sand on Your Choice of Island


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Maracas BayAs the islands are not the most expensive in the Caribbean, one can travel in style and easily afford it. Everyone talks about a Caribbean cruise when it comes to a well-deserved break. But, seldom do people realize that there’s more to the West Indies than just cruises. One cannot find a vacation that spells more diversity than a visit to Trinidad and Tobago – the twin islands, located at the end of the southeastern boundary of the Caribbean.

While ‘little sister’ Tobago is relaxed, slow moving, and quite under-developed, Trinidad is thickly populated, boasts of a thriving economy, has a large cosmopolitan population and the wildest Carnival in the Caribbean. Both have their share of pristine beaches, though Tobago features casual seaside hotels, calm reefs, and a laid-back atmosphere.

The significance of Honeymoon


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Significance of HoneymoonThe word for honey is “meala” in Irish. The word for honeymoon, is “mi na meala” the “month of honey,” and refers to how the bride and groom spend that period of time following their marriage.

Irish monks first produced a fermented honey brew called “mead” for medicinal purposes, then found it could make people feel better. Following the wedding, a sufficient amount of mead was given to the bride and groom, along with special goblets, so they could share the unique brew for one full moon after their wedding, thus the term honeymoon was coined.