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Trinidad & Tobago Carnival: Part 8 – Road March
Posted By Sarina On March 4, 2014 @ 10:25 am In series | Comments Disabled
As Carnival Tuesday draws to a close one song, and one song alone will be crowned as the “Road March” winner. To win “Road March” one’s song needs to be one the played most often over the two day Carnival period, at the various judging points throughout both islands. In many ways the “Road March” is the People’s Choice as it is the tune that the crowds most respond to in terms of keeping their energy and stamina up.
Portable snacks are the way to go, Saltfish Accra  is easily popped into a paper bag and carried ‘on de road’. Feel free to pop in some pepper sauce or ketchup in a small plastic bag as well. These used to be easily bought on roadsides but I have seen them less and less in recent years.
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 Trinidad and Tobago Carnival – A Brief Overview: http://www.trinigourmet.com/index.php/trinidad-and-tobago-carnival-a-brief-overview/
 Trinidad and Tobago Carnival: Part 2 – Soca Music: http://www.trinigourmet.com/index.php/trinidad-and-tobago-carnival-part-2-soca-music/
 Trinidad and Tobago Carnival: Part 3 – Steelbands and Panorama: http://www.trinigourmet.com/index.php/trinidad-and-tobago-carnival-part-3-steelbands-and-panorama/
 Trinidad and Tobago Carnival: Part 4 – Fetes!: http://www.trinigourmet.com/index.php/trinidad-and-tobago-carnival-part-4-fetes/
 Trinidad and Tobago Carnival: Part 5 – Dimanche Gras: http://www.trinigourmet.com/index.php/trinidad-and-tobago-carnival-part-6-dimanche-gras/
 Trinidad and Tobago Carnival: Part 6 – J’Ouvert & Ole Time Mas: http://www.trinigourmet.com/index.php/trinidad-and-tobago-carnival-part-7-jouvert-ole-time-mas/
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