Comments: I like watching your Trinidad videos. I was last in Trinidad in 1980, so it's nice to see it again. Such a beautiful, warm place. (I'm in the US/ winter here.)
A few comments (Maybe ideas to mention in upcoming videos?) . With your crazy driving, why do you blur license plates? I can't see any reason for it, it seems no big deal to show the plate number. It's such a different style of driving in Trinidad compare to the US.
I've watched your Valsayn videos (I stayed in Valsayn on [..]. For awhile, years ago when I was in Trinidad). Regarding the background music, vs. The latest one with your voice: I don't care for the music, so I turn it down. Your voice sounds fine, no one likes the sound of their own voice, you know. Don't feel that you have to keep speaking continuously, just comment when it seems like it will help.
I like watching the video of driving into Sangre Grande, because I had stayed in Guiaco for awhile when I last visited, and I was trying to see if I could locate the house I stayed in as you drove into town.
Regarding the Westmoreland video: I certainly agree with you that beach access for the public should be assured with all development along the coast. Is that an issue that has been discussed in your country?
Why the heck are some of the residential roads in Valsayn so narrow? I don't understand how they can get emergency vehicles through. I doubt narrow roads like that, sometimes with cars parked on the street, would be allowed in the US.
And speaking of roads, why are some of the roads in such poor condition. Isn't Trinidad an oil-rich country? Where is the money going if they can't even keep potholes patched?
Well, hopefully some day I will be able to return to visit Trinidad, until then I can enjoy your videos. Keep up the good work!