While they were [in Bethlehem], the time came for the baby to be born, and [Mary] gave birth to her firstborn, a son…
Day 10: Christmas Around The World – Trinidad and Tobago
- Christmas is a very social time in Trinidad and Tobago with most people having parties. Both children and adults go from house to house between neighbours and relatives for food and drink.
- The radio stations play Trinidadian Christmas carols and songs as well as traditional and contemporary carols from the USA. A special Trinidadian music, Parang, is also played. Parang is an upbeat Venezuela-Trinidad hybrid.
- Most people paint and make repairs to their houses and hang new curtains and decorations (especially lights) for Christmas. Often, this is the time that most people buy new electrical appliances and furniture. Most families spend Christmas Day at home with friends and family members.
- The Christmas day meal is usually prepared throughout mid-December, and into the new year! The traditional Trinibagonian Christmas meal includes apples and grapes, ham, turkey, homemade bread, ginger beer and local wine.
Weekend Festive Photo Hunt Challenge 2
Can you find and take photos of:
- a Christmas stocking
- a pine cone
- a Christmas carol singer
- a sheep
- a snowman
- some tinsel
- an angel
Please be careful to leave everything exactly as you found it. No need to touch!