Walking Hard For The Money


Sweet talking you for a sale of his fresh Current Roll which is a flaked pastry with raisins

Winny Mandela came to Trinidad in 1998. She was at the SWWTU Hall Hall where she addressed women NGO’s on ‘the struggle’ in South Africa. A nutsman was standing outside selling, when he saw her and could not resist saying the following, “O gorm, she’s a nice woman, I could married she.” – Adele

A folding table food vendor on the move, Port of Spain, Trinidad

Along the dusky sidewalks in Trinidad and Tobago, food vendors can be seen carrying their baskets and small folding tables. This is their morning run with a selections of beef, cheese and fish pies which are usually wrapped in greaseproof paper after a generous amount of pepper sauce is added to it to give it a zing or too. When you’re hungry, anything taste good until the oily pie begins to ride you much later.

Yet, these people do a brisk trade by providing a much needed service to all of us who are too busy to eat properly at certain times of day. They in turn are proving that hard work pays off in their daily exercise by canvassing door to door to earn enough money to have comfortable homes and to educate their children abroad.
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Meh hand slip – Adding too much of an ingredient to food, generally salt

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