Travel Blogs from Trinidad and Tobago

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First Taste of Caribbean  Life, Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

First Taste of Caribbean Life

A travel blog entry by teamrees

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... mangoes or aloe vera or other tropical staple. We spent most of the day driving round the island, passing through countless little hamlets, and that night ate in a restaurant which had only the two of us in there - this was weird. We had the car ...

2 weeks in Trinidad, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

2 weeks in Trinidad

A travel blog entry by lisa_and_gavin

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After a very long and tedious trip, we were there. HOORAH! My first Trinidad Carnival in 3 years. Gavin's first proper carnival, first trip the Caribbean, and first time meeting my friends ... and many other firsts. We arrive 10 days before Carnival ...

Sparrow on the Move!, Chagaramus, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Sparrow on the Move!

A travel blog entry by sparrow07

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... were that need to be done, and about all the free assistance we have been offered by the good friends we have made in Trinidad. As we rounded the last point, marginally missing a tug that hurtled past us, we approached the Chagaramas anchorage that is ...

Van snorkelen tot hard werken op T&T!, Chaquaramas, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Van snorkelen tot hard werken op T&T!

A travel blog entry by sylviaenjeroen

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... paradijs voor klussende zeilers, wacht op ons! Plat voor het lapje Syl ziet een beetje op tegen de zeiltocht van Tobago naar Trinidad, terwijl het toch maar een half etmaal varen zal zijn. De pittige (en soms misselijkmakende) tocht vanaf Suriname ...

The New Name Poll, Chaguramas, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

The New Name Poll

A travel blog entry by sparrow07

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... yacht. her current name is Sparrow which we are happy with, but due to the circumstances in which she was given to us by Ron and Mary-anne, we have propposed a new name. The name of FREE BEE. Please express your opinion by clicking the "comments" tag at ...

Carribean, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Carribean

A travel blog entry by alibongo

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time still flies int the third world...., Chag, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

time still flies int the third world....

A travel blog entry by sparrow07

... details. the first thing that pops into mind is my adventure of crewing on a delivery of a chater catamaran from the BVI to Trinidad... via Margarita (Venesuala). the boat was a 50 ft Admiral cat, she was used for charter in Tortola BVI and was being ...

TT, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

TT

A travel blog entry by pcvgirl

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Family Vacation, POS, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Family Vacation

A travel blog entry by pcvgirl

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... I tell people that TT is luxurious, I really mean it. Everyone looks at me crazy, but it's true. AC, backyard swimming pools, conventional washers and dryers. Come on, life doesn't get any better than this. I must have really adjusted to living in ...

Trinidad, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Trinidad

A travel blog entry by jeboa

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After 10 days of enjoying the greek connections in Panama-City provided by Dimitri, I took off once again. This time for dreamers place Trinidad and Tobago, the southest country of the caribbean and the closest islands to ...

Culture Shock, Tabago, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Culture Shock

A travel blog entry by jtrail

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... for a month, it certainly wasnīt the most expensive lunch Iīd ever had. After another 20 minutes in the air I arrived in Tobago and headed to the tourist office to try and learn a little about how this place worked - my travel guide doesnīt include ...

Tobago, Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Tobago

A travel blog entry by jeboa

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... though the locals are not especialy fond of turists and dont treat them right! I got lots of disrespect in Tobago as well as Trinidad but I also met some wonderful people who treated me like brothers. Tobago is where i got my first all inclusive gheto ...

Road Rage!, Trinadad, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Road Rage!

A travel blog entry by jtrail

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... for downtown Port of Spain (POS). With around 1.5 million people on this island, opposed to about 85,000 on Tobago, the roads are much better, faster and crazier! The people here are also less laid back, and a sense of urgency became apparent as I ...

Our destination, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Our destination

A travel blog entry by rosandjohn

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... luxury (responsive steering and decent brakes) we completed our tour of the Island with a trip down South to San Fernando (Trinidad's second, and main industrial, city) – not pretty, but we did manage to see the “Last Train to San ...

R & R, Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

R & R

A travel blog entry by rosandjohn

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Attractive though Trinidad is, especially off the beaten track, we decided to spend a few days in Tobago for the full R & R experience. We found a pleasant hotel on the beach – something of a rarity here and had a thoroughly enjoyable time ...

Turtle Watching, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Turtle Watching

A travel blog entry by pandb

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Peter writes … Well we had just got over the Trinidad carnival and had decided to head North towards the US coast so that we could get out of the Caribbean during the hurricane season when the 'unexpected' struck. Unfortunately Bridget hurt her back ...

Trinidad, Part Two: Indian Food, San Augustin, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Trinidad, Part Two: Indian Food

A travel blog entry by phil.aldridge

... just going to show us around but has decided to give us accommodation too after hearing about the robbery. He took us on a tour of Trinidad south. Whilst we've been here we've been loving the Indian food available and during the tour we went on a binge to ...

Easter in Tobago, Buccoo, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Easter in Tobago

A travel blog entry by phil.aldridge

... , had different ideas and ended up further away than the starting line. In the evening the party began. In Tobago this means big speakers out in the street and plenty rum. We were with a group of mostly Norwegian girls and it was incredible to see the ...

DREAMS OF CONGO SQUARE & A TACO THAT ATE TRINIDAD, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

DREAMS OF CONGO SQUARE & A TACO THAT ATE TRINIDAD

A travel blog entry by hardiek

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Pictures from Hypertravel: 100 Countries in 2 Years (Backpackers' Guide to the World and the Soul) by Hardie Karges, more info at ...

Trinidad, Part one: Toco Police Station, Toco, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Trinidad, Part one: Toco Police Station

A travel blog entry by phil.aldridge

... the night. They all lived in the same neighbourhood in Arima. They said it was way too dangerous to camp anywhere in Trinidad and pointed out a couple of guest houses we could stay at. Then we all got off where the guy was working. It was a ...

Tobago and back, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Tobago and back

A travel blog entry by pandb

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... health permits. We hope everyone is well and having a good time. Bridget writes… We have continued to enjoy our time in Trinidad and we had great fun on two trips that were organised for cruisers. One was a trip inland with a walk through the rain ...

The parents visit, Crown Point, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

The parents visit

A travel blog entry by phil.aldridge

... ), hired a car, and went on two boat trips. The boat trips were my highlight of the week. I'd never done snorkelling before and had never really seen the point. Here was a pretty good place to start though and I really enjoyed finding all these exotic ...

Carnival Time !!, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Carnival Time !!

A travel blog entry by pandb

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Bridget writes… A special update!! We came to Trinidad for the carnival but hadn't realised that the party was spread over several weeks ending in a parade called "The Greatest Show on Earth" and boy, do they know how to party!!! We had five nights ...

Crossing down to Trinidad, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Crossing down to Trinidad

A travel blog entry by sailingglenn

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Carribbean Style, Avocat, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Carribbean Style

A travel blog entry by madhavi

... flights total since the beginning of April. Yikes! Now I have found my way to the coolest place in the Carribbean.. Trinidad! Vishala is getting hitched and I had to be here since I missed the Austin wedding. I'm still in a bit of culture shock since ...

The home of West Indies Cricket, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

The home of West Indies Cricket

A travel blog entry by cameronadahl

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The Valley Oasis Trinidad....tranquility, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

The Valley Oasis Trinidad....tranquility

A travel blog entry by debsndarren

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Well after a rather eventful flight to Trinidad and not Tobago, the tourist information office at Trinidad airport were very helpful and organised a room for us at Valley Oasis. It was $90 and included continental breakfast and airport transfer.  ...

RTW Experts - what a total joke, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

RTW Experts - what a total joke

A travel blog entry by debsndarren

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They call themselves experts, yet they think Trinidad and Tobago are the same place. So yesterday we landed thinking we would be in Tobago....no we are in Trinidad where the Holiday Inn Express is $200 a night. Spent Ģ25 ringing their emergency helpline ...

Stop #4, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Stop #4

A travel blog entry by kleonard_22

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Today, 3rd period skyped with Piper's dad who is currently living and working in Port of Spain, Trinidad. His office was rather quiet today since it was a national holiday...Trinidad's Independence Day. They gained their independence from Britain. ...

Blog from Martin, Grenada, Trinidad and Tobago travel blog

Blog from Martin

A travel blog entry by yachttaboo

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... interesting last 24 hours.All watches had their busiest time so far. Overnight we encountered many squalls with varying wind directions and speeds. Saw 48knots wind speed at approx 04.30 this morning! Taboo handled it well and those asleep didnt notice. ...

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