All the information you need for Miami carnival 2017
After camping out in Ft Lauderdale airport overnight (more than determined not to miss my flight), I savored the 4-5 hours of “as comfortable as you can get on an airplane” sleep all the way to Grantley-Adams International Airport.
Touchdown in BIM. Barbados is gorgeous, so lush and green surrounded by a sea of the most breathtaking blue waters. I was literally in awe of the landscape of this island. I’m still bothered that I didn’t take a quick pic before walking into customs and immigration.
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Miami Broward Carnival is right around the corner and carnival planning is officially in full swing with events popping up left, right and center.
In hopes to help out newbies or people that are just generally confused with the surplus of fetes available, here’s my fete list and alternative fetes that you can check out. Also, check out how you can win carnival gear by subscribing to my blog. More info below.
After weeks of budgeting, analyzing and non stop WhatsApp group chatter, this is MY fete list…
If you haven’t been to at least one Trinidad carnival in your lifetime; it’s ok. Trust me; you will survive. Life will go on and you wouldn’t have known any different. If you haven’t noticed, I’m not the best at being sarcastic.
Honestly if there’s one thing that I’m SURE about in my 29 years of existence (and sometimes it’s a good thing, sometimes not so good) is that carnival is addicting; especially the Mecca, Trinidad and Tobago. It is a life-altering experience and I wish had 10 dollars for every time I’ve said, typed or written that down. I’m pretty sure I could retire and just do carnival for the rest of my life if that was the case.