When life, and not just carnival, is a gas

T ourists in the twin-island nation of Trinidad and Tobago will gyrate boldly to the endless soca and calypso melodies hammered out by steel-bands at next month’s carnival.
But inhabitants of the former British colony will be grooving to a new rhythm, as the Caribbean country’s economy pulsates in tune with an energy boom.
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