Looking for new opportunities in 2013? Do you live in Tobago? MEP currently has an opening for a Sales & Marketing Representative for our flagship travel magazine, Discover Trinidad & Tobago!
Responsibilities include selling both in print and online, servicing clients based in Tobago as well as international clients with interests in Tobago. Interested? Read on…!
Travellers passing through the Passenger Terminal of the Piarco International Airport in Trinidad since December 12th 2012 have been able to learn a bit more about Spain and Trinidad and Tobago’s 300 years of shared history. The Spanish Government (through its Embassy in Port of Spain), in collaboration with the Spanish foreign exchange company, Global Exchange, has recently donated a collection of digital reproductions of various manuscripts and maps of inestimable historical value to the Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (AATT). The originals can be found in the General Archives of the Indies in Seville, Spain, the archive containing the largest documental heritage on the centuries of Spanish administration in the Americas. They were selected and printed by the Nao Victoria Foundation, based in Seville, Spain, which plays an active role in promoting a deeper knowledge of the history of Spanish presence in the world. Read more
No matter where you are – in Trinidad, the Caribbean region, or across the Caribbean diaspora – it’s almost impossible to ignore the heavy Carnival vibrations in the air. The heart beats in the bosom of Trinidad’s capital, Port of Spain.
To take you right into the thick of things is the latest edition of the Caribbean Beat (#119: January/February 2013), which is on Caribbean Airlines and Air Jamaica planes; in the mail (or already delivered!) to subscribers; and online, where you can also access a complete flip-book of the current issue - free! Read more
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