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Tropical Traveller Magazine September-October 2013 Back Issue

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It’s “Kweyol” time in Saint Lucia. A celebration of heritage and times gone by. Other events include Saint Lucia’s own Oktober Fest “en Kweyol”. This and more inside this issue.
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September-October 2013 It’s “Kweyol” time in Saint Lucia. A celebration of heritage and times gone by. Other events include Saint Lucia’s own Oktober Fest “en Kweyol”. This and more inside this issue.


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It’s “Kweyol” time in Saint Lucia. A celebration of heritage and times gone by. Other events include Saint Lucia’s own Oktober Fest “en Kweyol”. This and more inside this issue.
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Tropical Traveller is the oldest, most established tourism magazine in Saint Lucia. From its inception in 1989 as a monthly newspaper, it has evolved into a glossy A4 magazine.

TT, as the magazine is affectionately known, with its slogan ‘News You Can Use,’ echoes the island’s heartbeat. That TT has evolved into our present glossy 4-color format is testament of the fact that from its inception there has been widespread support from both advertisers and readers.

TT might also be something of a history book, a record of life in Saint Lucia since the magazine’s first appearance.

Tropical Traveller’s style is a combination of good journalism and creative writing, with a focus on great photography.

TT offers genuine feedback from visitors to Saint Lucia, events as they occur, with up to the minute news of what’s happening, where it’s happening, to say nothing of bargains to die for.

TT is Saint Lucia’s best tour guide. No wonder its circulation tops that of any other travel magazine. It is distributed island-wide and it’s the guide every tourist encounters at some point during their visit.

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Below is a selection of articles in Tropical Traveller September-October 2013.