TOBAGO: An Introduction and Guide by Eaulin Editors of MacMillan Caribbean

TOBAGO: An Introduction and Guide

EditorEaulin Editors of MacMillan Caribbean

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Tobago, the smaller of the two islands that make up The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, is almost the idyllic Caribbean island. Palm trees, beautiful beaches and a relaxed atmosphere make this a popular holiday destination, particularly from neighbouring Trinidad. This guide book will help you explore the riches of the island as well as explaining its history and culture.

About The Author

Eaulin Blondel was a librarian in the civil service of Trinidad & Tobago before going to work in the main library of the University of the West Indies at St Augustine, Trinidad. After her retirement from the University in 1990 she became a full-time writer and lived for seven years in Tobago. She now lives in Trinidad
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Title:TOBAGO: An Introduction and GuideFormat:PaperbackPublished:June 1, 2003Publisher:InterlinkLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0333914074

ISBN - 13:9780333914076

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