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A culinary powerhouse in the Caribbean

Castara village beach looking south, TobagoImage via WikipediaMiamiHerald.com: "Blessed with a bounty of natural resources, the petite isle north of Venezuela is a Caribbean culinary powerhouse. Tobago is the smaller sibling in the twin island nation of Trinidad & Tobago and has no hotels higher than a palm tree. With a population of just 54,000 people, 500 taxis and an endless supply of spectacular sunsets, the island also tempts with a cornucopia of gastronomic goodies."
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