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    trinidad and tobago as a whole has some of the best beaches in the caribbean
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corrupt file View Post
    trinidad and tobago as a whole has some of the best beaches in the caribbean
    Nobody believes you. Why are you lying to yourself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by A.K.K.S. View Post
    Nobody believes you. Why are you lying to yourself?
    tobago has the white sand crystal clear water, trinidad has the coconut lined beaches, montain views

    what island can u get all of those other than tnt?

    def not belize! oh yeah you gusy arent even in the caribbean

    stop being a hater
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corrupt file View Post
    tobago has the white sand crystal clear water, trinidad has the coconut lined beaches, montain views

    what island can u get all of those other than tnt?

    def not belize! oh yeah you gusy arent even in the caribbean

    stop being a hater
    Are you listening to yourself? You are combining two islands to compete with one. I can post the Placencia peninsula that can compete with everything you said. And we don't have to be surrounded by water to have crystal clear water focka...

    Oh, and the beach is 16 miles long, mountains almost 4,000 ft high focka... :




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    but the country is called Trinidad AND Tobago though?

    and the last pic is nice but yall not even in the caribbean.

    With TNT you get best of both worlds.

    all the other island beaches are your typical boring ass white sand clear water beaches.

    that is boring
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    i just asked 3 of my coworkers which beach would they rather go to

    without telling them which country it is




    and they all picked the 1st one lol

    those typical white sand beaches r boring
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    Tell your cowokers that I laugh at you for posting the same photoshopped pic of some beach no Trinidadian can even fockin name and never been to.

    And I can't believe you are calling those little sand pools "beaches"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corrupt file View Post
    but the country is called Trinidad AND Tobago though?

    and the last pic is nice but yall not even in the caribbean.

    With TNT you get best of both worlds.

    all the other island beaches are your typical boring ass white sand clear water beaches.

    that is boring
    I think you made some great points.

    T&T as a whole has some of the best natural and most interesting beaches in the Caribbean.

    Those other island beaches are all basically the same thing as you pointed out!

    Big-up T&T we need to promote our wide variety of beaches better as the world don't realize what they're missing out on!
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    Quote Originally Posted by A.K.K.S. View Post
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    Tell your cowokers that I laugh at you for posting the same photoshopped pic of some beach no Trinidadian can even fockin name and never been to.

    And I can't believe you are calling those little sand pools "beaches"
    You missed the point Corrupt file made about T&T beaches as a whole.

    We have a wider variety of natural beaches and they are much more exciting to visit and check out than the average Caribbean beach.

    Trinidad just need to promote our beaches better and to make them a bit more accessible to tourists and the general public.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Socapro View Post
    You missed the point Corrupt file made about T&T beaches as a whole.

    We have a wider variety of natural beaches and they are much more exciting to visit and check out than the average Caribbean beach.

    Trinidad just need to promote our beaches better and to make them a bit more accessible to tourists and the general public.
    I guess you are right to an extent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corrupt file View Post
    tobago has the white sand crystal clear water, trinidad has the coconut lined beaches, montain views

    what island can u get all of those other than tnt?

    def not belize! oh yeah you gusy arent even in the caribbean

    stop being a hater
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corrupt file View Post
    i just asked 3 of my coworkers which beach would they rather go to

    without telling them which country it is




    and they all picked the 1st one lol

    those typical white sand beaches r boring
    The beaches in Guyana would look just as appealing from an aerial view as pic number one. However, based on those large boulders and rocks in the water,that beach clearly is not safe to swim,boat or do any type of water activities.
    I am a bit surprise for a person that travels as much as you to even compare Trinidad beaches with Negril of all the beaches in JA. Negril is famous for it powdery white sand beaches and one of the top partying places in the world. That is like saying Mykanos, Izbiza, Phuket etc are just boring. Jamaica does have some bad beaches. The worst I would say is Gun Boat in kingston. Tons of jellyfish, polluted and now and then you see sharks. Its not even safe to swim there anymore. Mo-bay is crowded and the typical white sand beach you are talking about.
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    Mayling, why r u so evil and wretched? this is how the beach would like aerial in Guyana, and leave Guyanese people alone! they never ask to compete for no beach prize.

    http://www.panoramio.com/photo/24188312.


    alyuh can argue over nothing, we know Jamaica have more powdery sand, crystal waters (in some places) but the rugged and terrain in Trinidad is different, it cant really be compared.

    its a trade off, Barbados have powdery sand, and crystal waters in most places but it has no mountains, barely much flora and fauna, its basically a coral island that came up from the ocean.

    Trinidad on the other hand was detached from South America not to long ago (not too long ago in the grand scheme of things). if u look at the characteristics of the terrain in Trinidad its not fully Caribbean.

    some of the beaches are inaccessible meaning u have to hike for up to 3 hours just to get there, with Paria Bay being an example.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SWAGGERIFIC View Post

    its a trade off
    WTF does that mean?

    Mexico, Belize, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Colombia and Venezuela can give you all that.

    if u look at the characteristics of the terrain in Trinidad its not fully Caribbean.
    Exactly. Now what was corrupt file saying now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Missmayling View Post
    The beaches in Guyana would look just as appealing from an aerial view as pic number one. However, based on those large boulders and rocks in the water,that beach clearly is not safe to swim,boat or do any type of water activities.
    I am a bit surprise for a person that travels as much as you to even compare Trinidad beaches with Negril of all the beaches in JA. Negril is famous for it powdery white sand beaches and one of the top partying places in the world. That is like saying Mykanos, Izbiza, Phuket etc are just boring. Jamaica does have some bad beaches. The worst I would say is Gun Boat in kingston. Tons of jellyfish, polluted and now and then you see sharks. Its not even safe to swim there anymore. Mo-bay is crowded and the typical white sand beach you are talking about.
    just face it

    jamaica beaches are boring!!

    its your typical white sand clear water blah blah blah
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