Native Abode

Address: 13 Fourth Street, Gaskin Bay Road, Crown Point, Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 13 Fourth Street, Gaskin Bay Road, Crown Point, is near Little Tobago, Pirate's Bay, Goat Island, and Batteaux Bay.
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      Travel Blogs from Crown Point

      Days 2-5: Trinidad & Tobago

      A travel blog entry by janlodge on Jan 08, 2015

      17 photos

      ... the bean, from which coco is actually made after
      roasting, tasted absolutely bitter. You wouldn't have guessed that
      this had anything to do with the flake in an 99' or good old Ritter
      Sport chocolate. Englishman's Bay was a beautiful white sand beach
      with local fishermen and pelicans hunting for fish.
      Just after sun-set at
      6.30pm we arrived back at Fish Tobago guest house, where we met some
      fellow travellers who were just starting to BBQ the fresh fish they
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      Sleepy Tobago

      A travel blog entry by firestation22 on Jan 06, 2015

      5 photos

      ... 20 minute flight and a world away from POS. My host set me up with another guesthouse in Crown Point. I literally walked about four blocks from the tiny terminal, dropped my backpack, and walked across the street to the beach. Today I'll head to Pigeon Point which is supposedly Tobago's finest beach. ...

      New Island Time

      A travel blog entry by firestation22 on Jan 05, 2015

      1 photo

      Monday afternoon I will take the ferry from Port of Spain to Scarborough, Tobago. Not that I have a plan, but tentatively I plan to go pretty much clockwise around the island for the next 3 weeks. Tobago is known for better beaches way less people, some great diving and snorkeling. Internet will be a little more spotty. ...

      Road Trip

      A travel blog entry by firestation22 on Jan 01, 2015

      7 photos

      ... as they won't come in until April. You can tell from the photos, the windward coast is very rough, especially in winter. We came across a couple of fisherman that had to ditch their boats and wait out the storm.

      We made it out to the Galera Lighthouse. This is the easternmost point on Trinidad. Still standing since 1867. After a run west from Toco towards Matelot, we turned back ...

      Fun in de sun in Tobago, Mon!

      A travel blog entry by jeff.mann on Oct 13, 2014

      1 comment, 27 photos

      ... to the West Indies (tourism was huge back when the West Indies were a major cricketing force in the 1970s). Airlines are increasing the regularity of flights and taxi drivers are being licensed and required to charge standard rates. The main attractions are snorkelling, visiting waterfalls in the rainforest and attending "Sunday School" (not what you think). Tobago also attracts a lot of bird watchers due ...