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A melting pot of ancestral cultures in the Caribbean

Television presenter Liz Bonnin, best known in Britain for presenting Bang Goes the Theory and Countrywise knows that she has a mixture of blood in her veins as a result of her parents' various lineages on the Caribbean islands of Trinidad and Martinique. (Article may contain spoilers). Continue reading...

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