Well the day started like this we woke up around eight o clock we got ready and my aunt and uncle arrived around ten o clock so we started loading are luggage in the truck but one of my suit cases broke so we had to get another suitcase to put my stuff in. wail they were doing that i went to the car (my aunts car )we had to go to aunt Erica's house because my aunt had to put her car in there garage after that she joined my aunts car we got at the airport at twelve o clock after that we say are family friends we ran and screamed when we saw there last name was the marshals so after that we check out our luggage we had to scan are clothes and bags after that we went on the plane we were seated at number 8 are letters were a,b,c,f the we say are family friends again( the marshals) there number was 9 letters
e,g so we switched and got to sit beside my god sister ( one of the marshals )her name was Dominique and my sister Nia got to sit beside her little sister makyla and my little brother Kylen. at three o'clock that's when are flight took off five hours later the Captain announced that we were going to have to stay in Trinidad and Tobacco all night we got off then they announced in the airport they got us another flight but........ WE HAD TO WAIT ONE HOUR an our later we went on the plane an half an hour later we were on Grenada we were so happy we saw everyone in our family!
Facts About Trinidad
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Trinidad and Tobago (i/ˌtrɪnɨdæd/ & /tɵˈbeɪɡoʊ/) officially the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago is an archipelagic state in the southern Caribbean, lying just off the coast of northeastern Venezuela and south of Grenada in the Lesser Antilles. It shares maritime boundaries with other nations including Barbados to the northeast, Guyana to the southeast, and Venezuela to the south and west.
The country covers an area 5,128 square kilometres (1,980 sq mi) and consists of two main islands, Trinidad and Tobago, and numerous smaller landforms. Trinidad is the larger and more populous of the main islands, comprising about 94% of the total area and 96% of the total population of the country. The nation lies outside the hurricane belt.
The island of Trinidad was a Spanish colony from the arrival of Christopher Columbus in 1498 to the capitulation of the Spanish Governor, Don José Maria Chacón, on the arrival of a British fleet of 18 warships on 18 February 1797. During the same period, the island of Tobago changed hands between Spanish, British, French, Dutch and Courlander colonizers. Trinidad and Tobago was ceded to Britain in 1802 under the Treaty of Amiens. The country obtained independence in 1962, becoming a republic in 1976. Unlike most of the English-speaking Caribbean, Trinidad and Tobago's economy is primarily industrial, with an emphasis on petroleum and petrochemicals.
Trinidad and Tobago is known for its Carnival and is the birthplace of steelpan, calypso, soca, chutney and limbo.