Saturday, September 6, 2014

Trinidad And Tobago

Today I have two spare shots from my Doors Open visit to the High Commission of Trinidad and Tobago. You can find the original post here.


This year was my first time into this High Commission; it's a light and airy building inside.


28 comments:

  1. Obviously they are not averse to colorful walls.

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  2. colourful :) and it looks like it was an interesting visit

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  3. I like the door with the flag.... and the 'spooky' lady!

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  4. I find these Open Doors quite interesting. Some places around town do that here, too.

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  5. I agree with the others about the "spooky" lady. :-)

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  6. Yes, I wish more cities would take on your city's "Open Doors".

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  7. @Linda: certainly not.

    @Jen: it was.

    @Whisk: I had to look twice to make sure she wasn't real!

    @Ciel: that flag certainly does stand out.

    @Bibi: it's a good way to engage the community.

    @Revrunner: yes, one feels you're being watched.

    @Birdman: it's been quite successful here in the province.

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  8. Those are quite colorful rooms, it's about what I expected of Trinidad and Tobego.

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  9. I do not want to be disrespectful, but the spooky lady is quite funny...

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  10. I enjoy visiting bloggers from around the world. This is a good idea, too. Nice job.

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  11. @Jan: I liked the colours inside. The one thing I should have photographed and didn't was a set of steel drums on display.

    @VP: that appears to be a common reaction!

    @Jennifer: thank you!

    @Tex: so did I.

    @Sharon: they certainly are.

    @Jose: very Caribbean!

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  12. Wonderful William, I wonder if they open up the embassies in Washington DC? I would love to go on a tour of them.

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  13. I'm wondering why so few people seem to be at this High Commission...or were you just fortunate to find a time when only a few people were there.

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  14. The colours make the rooms attractive. I like it.

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  15. I love the green in the first photo!

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  16. I do like all those wall colors!

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  17. @Denise: I've heard the Canadian embassy there's quite a building.

    @EG: there were several visitors in there when I was in, aside from the volunteers and staff, but I tend to prefer to try to avoid getting other people into shots when I can.

    @Marleen: I liked it too.

    @Linda: it's a nice shade.

    @Lois: much better than neutral tan.

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  18. It somehow reminds me of the James Bond movies - with Sean Connery.

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  19. I thought at first that you had headed south! ;-)

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  20. It makes me think of homes from the '50s.

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  21. My very dear friend is from Trinidad.

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  22. POPS! Like TnT LOL


    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^= . <3

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