Port Of Spain - Post Report Question and Answers

If you move here, you can leave behind your:

Heavy jackets and all winter attire. - Aug 2021

Worries. - Mar 2019

Expectation of living like a beach bum and need/desire for excellent customer service - Apr 2017

Winter clothes, need for speed. - Aug 2016

expectation that anything will be done well or quickly. get over it and focus on the positive - May 2016

Expectations of a beach paradise. - Jun 2015

high expectations and thinking you are in the Caribbean. The water is not aqua-colored and there are no white sandy beaches here. - May 2015

Desire to get anything done quickly. - Aug 2014

Idea of a friendly time-oriented culture. - Dec 2013

Winter clothes!!!! - Oct 2012

Winter clothes - it hasn't been below 68 degrees - Feb 2011

work ethic. Trinis are among the most lackadaisical and dishonest workers you will encounter. You cannot count on anyone to do anything on any kind of schedule. - Jan 2011

Guns...LOL - May 2010

idea this is a tropical island where you will find fresh tropical produce -- everything is imported. Don't bring coats and winter clothes unless you travel back home for Christmas. - Nov 2009

Winter clothes, bicycles (the only place you can safely ride them it is cheaper to rent them -- but do bring little kids' bikes if you will be living in a gated area), air conditioners (everywhere here will already have them!), pets (find 'em a home with family while you are gone, unless you are willing for them to endure long quarantine). - Mar 2008

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