Travel Blogs from Trinidad and Tobago

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Yes, I'm Limin tonight, you?, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Yes, I'm Limin tonight, you?

A travel blog entry by aborder

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... from Guyana, there were no real other alternatives. Carnival in Trinidad looks amazing, I saw some clips on TV and Tobago looks even more beautiful than some parts of Trinidad. But, I can say I stayed in Port of Spain and I survived! ...

Barnicle Busting - Pirates - Scouse Captains, Store Bay, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Barnicle Busting - Pirates - Scouse Captains

A travel blog entry by coopertrooper

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... swam around us eating the falling coral while the tiny crabs got scrapped off and drifted in the currents, sometimes down my Bordie's, ouch, or down into the deep blue sea. It was very cool. Off to Trinidad on Wednesday. Big Love Dan & Kat Cooper ...

Tobago ting, Crown Point, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Tobago ting

A travel blog entry by coopertrooper

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Rice an' peas and crab and dumplings staple diet of the tobago people. very friendly, speak english and drive on the left, just like home. Well, we are way more sunburnt here than you could ever get in UK. Not much to say as not much done, just unwinding ...

Back in the Empire !, Maracas Bay, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Back in the Empire !

A travel blog entry by caznjasonescape

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... . When we were told the price was 300 "titis" caroline simply could not stifle her giggles .. sounds rude but means TT`s (Trinidad and Tobago dollars).We were surprised when locals on the plane warned us not to go to Maracas Bay because it is over 1 hour ...

Sun, sand, beach bars and a bunch of turtles!, Turtle Beach, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Sun, sand, beach bars and a bunch of turtles!

A travel blog entry by technotrekker

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... taxi took us over the hill, giving us our first real insight into the economic and social state of Trinidad and Tobago. There is obviously wealth here and many of the inhabitants seem to maintain a relaxed lifestyle that wants for little, however ...

Out and about - the Tobagonian wilds, Trinbago, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Out and about - the Tobagonian wilds

A travel blog entry by technotrekker

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... adventures. It's easiest to just mix them up together. Hope you like it! Once you leave Great Courland Bay and Tobago's second largest town - Plymouth - which overlooks it, you're quickly surrounded by a sprawling and sometimes oppressive ...

trini time!, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

trini time!

A travel blog entry by kris

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well i finally left barbados and arrived to a hotter trinidad this afternoon.. it was 33cel. when i arrived and the sun was blazing, when i left barbados it was all moody and cloudy.. that night when i met donna she was well late. we arranged for 10pm and ...

time to move on, Port of spain, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

time to move on

A travel blog entry by kris

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... the best highlight of the channel, this guy reads the news as normal then the last story is a bit different from the dangerous world of trinidad and then he pulls out a joke everyday at the end.. just before i got to the cafe here there was a story sbout ...

a tale of two cities, Maracus bay and pigeon point, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

a tale of two cities

A travel blog entry by kris

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well the last update i was undecided whether to stay in trinidad and head to maracas bay or jump to tobago, so i did both.. first i headed to maracas bay, which is ment to be trinidads famous beach, in the guidebook it says "you'll be greeted with smells ...

leaving tobago, Crown point, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

leaving tobago

A travel blog entry by kris

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... the sandy beach and sea encircled by the bucoo reef.. on one end theres a pier which is apparently the most photographed in trinidad and tobago, the other end the reef comes close to shore and beyond that the sand turns craop, with debris all over it.. ...

Back in town, Port of spain, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Back in town

A travel blog entry by kris

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... and bustle of POS.. and got talking to a woman, i think her name was Omeleye, who's just relocated from london to trinidad and her friend Ron who is trini through and through.. i wasted an hours worth of internet credit time because we were blabbering ...

More cowbell!!, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

More cowbell!!

A travel blog entry by kris

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... of tar, a hindu temple built in the sea and spent christmas/birthday on a remote northern beach... if anyone wants to come to trinidad and wants to rent a car, i'd definatly try to grab a 4x4 jeep, the roads are crazily pot holed and have big ridges and ...

Last entry Trinidad!, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Last entry Trinidad!

A travel blog entry by kris

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... ;since christmas so the wasn't to much choice.. it's be good having a phone back, i've been able to locate friends in trinidad easier and chatted to pals back in london and oz.. For new years i managed to meet up with the cutest of the 3 ...

Leaving the ILLUSION.  Entering Gringo country, Shagaramus, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Leaving the ILLUSION. Entering Gringo country

A travel blog entry by coopertrooper

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... normal un-writen rules of the road apply. If their boat is bigger than yours, you have to get out of the way! Trinidad is also very close to Venezuela and this was pirate territory so the last leg of the journey was fun. However, we are here, safe, in ...

West Indies - Home Of Brian Lara., Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

West Indies - Home Of Brian Lara.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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... we count the road toll in Australia. Bear in mind the whole population of both the islands that make up the country, Trinidad and Tobago, is only 1.2 million. The newspaper has a front page headline section that says it is "DAY 90 of STATE of ...

VENEZUELAN SMILES, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

VENEZUELAN SMILES

A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus

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Hey, guys. Wonderful news. You get to hear now about the friends I had in Trinidad. I did meet some wonderful friends in Trinidad. That's because, as impossible as it was to make friends with the Trinidadians, it was equally impossible not to ...

MARACAS BASEBALL, Maracas Bay, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

MARACAS BASEBALL

A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus

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... "quejar" means to complain, and she knew many people in Venezuela always complaining. I asked if she knew anyone like that in Trinidad. "Yes--you!" Her cue-ball brown eyes had an ultra-serious look. She then laughed and showed her broad, brown-cheeked ...

MARACAS ON ME, Maracas Bay, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

MARACAS ON ME

A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus

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... the "maxi-taxi" shuttle to Maracas was nearby. Tony said one of the most dangerous neighborhoods in Trinidad was only one street over, and a drug-dealer had been killed there the other night. This tells you something about trying to find transportation ...

MY LANDLADY WANTS ME DEAD, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

MY LANDLADY WANTS ME DEAD

A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus

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... In her defense, she hasn't seen me wearing my most-prized possession. That's because one of the shoes went missing and didn't make it on the plane to Trinidad with me. We can all only hope my friend, "Johnny" Anderson, has since found the lost shoe in a ...

FORGING MY PATH, Blue Range, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

FORGING MY PATH

A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus

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"Public transportation in Trinidad is a disaster!" is how my Venezuelan roommate David put it, one recent failed beach attempt. I was un-deterred. Being a genius, I devised to make my own way to the ocean by battling two miles through a road-less ...

SAILING WEEK IN TOBAGO, Store Bay, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

SAILING WEEK IN TOBAGO

A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus

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... back in mid-May - I was invited by Dexter´s nice mom, Sandra, to spend a week with her family (minus Dexter) in Tobago. And being a free-loader, I of course accepted. We would be travelling to Tobago and staying aboard a 40-foot yacht named Xanté. ...

TRINIDAD, IT WAS NICE TO LEAVE YOU, Chaguaramas, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

TRINIDAD, IT WAS NICE TO LEAVE YOU

A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus

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... 1. HOW PEOPLE TREAT EACH OTHER - Being a person who respects himself, I look back on some of the ways people treated me while in Trinidad and can hardly believe it. If I were to make a list of the worst people I've met during my 22 years, the top ...

Land of the Steel Drums, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Land of the Steel Drums

A travel blog entry by bumihills

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    Port of Spain is located on the northwest coast of Trinidad island and is the capital city of Trinidad and Tobago.  It is probably most famous for its Carnival which takes place prior to Lent.  It is a mixture of parades, ...

Sunset and Pan Yards, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Sunset and Pan Yards

A travel blog entry by saudade777

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... . They provided some good entertainment through-out the evening. 3) We went to 3 pan yards after dinner: the Playboyz, Modern Aires, and then the absolutely amazing SILVER STARS. I believe they are a group of 120 members. Too wild. Check out the videos. ...

The Trip Thus Far..., Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

The Trip Thus Far...

A travel blog entry by saudade777

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...  pepper sauce (ranging from a dash "slight" to much more), this delicacy is undoubtedly the most popular fast food in Trinidad and Tobago. It is usually eaten for breakfast, but can be a late night snack as well. Vendors are usually out late on ...

Hanuman Statue, Temple in the Sea, &  Caroni Swamp, Carapichaima, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Hanuman Statue, Temple in the Sea, & Caroni Swamp

A travel blog entry by saudade777

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... King Ravana. An 85-foot (26 m) Karya Siddhi Hanuman murthi was installed at Carapichaima-Trinidad and Tobago, by Avadhoota Dattapeetham Pontiff Sri Ganapathi Sachchidananda. It is the tallest in the Western hemisphere and second ...

Tobago (February 18-21), Tyson Hall, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Tobago (February 18-21)

A travel blog entry by saudade777

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... with Trinidad into a British crown colony. In 1962 they became an independent Commonwealth nation of Trinidad and Tobago, in 1976 a republic.[4]  Tobago is also a popular diving location, since it is the most southerly ...

TRINI HASH, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

TRINI HASH

A travel blog entry by saudade777

1) Now that I have your attention, Elise and I joined the Trini Hash Harriers for a 6 mile run from the SAVANNAH proceeding through-out the city and I mean right IN the city, running through traffic and around pedestrians. There was 40 of us. It was ...

7. Trinidad - the land of the 'titi', Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

7. Trinidad - the land of the 'titi'

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013

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... it is hurricane season. However, they had overstayed their visa by accident and so had to make the 3.5 hour journey from Trinidad to Venezuela and back in one day to get new passport stamps. Then there was Felix, a really friendly Venezuelan who was ...

Down the Islands - Off Chaguramas Trinidad, Chaguaramas (Down the Islands), Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Down the Islands - Off Chaguramas Trinidad

A travel blog entry by trinitrish

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Trinidad is famous for Carnival, Calypso, Pan and Oil & Natural Gas in the Business world. Of Course, there are other things but the Island isn't famous for beaches etc. Well, not like its sister Tobago and neighbouring Caribbean Islands. However, ...

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