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... suit after all, why leave? Fun Facts about T&T that we found interesting: -Our favorite T&T rum (Zaya) is not a rum that is offered. In fact, none of the locals even knew about it. It is apparently a rum that strictly exported. A disappointment for us. But we did enjoy the Angostura 1919 rum and the Angostura 1826 rum. -Angostura Bitters comes from Trinidad so they use bitters in a lot of their drinks there. Rum Punches are served with Bitters, which ...
Blue Crab Restaurant
(868) 639 2737
Lunch Tues-friday 11:30-3:00pm
Dinner by reservation
Beautiful intimate restaurant that has inside or outside dining!!
Best restaurant in Tobago.
Owners: Alison & Kenny Sardinha
Check them out - you won't be disappointed! Food is divine!! Fresh local Tobagonian cuisine at its best ...
If your looking for pure relaxation and a total carefree holiday then Tobago is the place to visit
It has changed considerably from 7 years ago since my last visit. There are allot more shops, petrol stations and houses and there are now 2 new shopping malls. Not your usual size malls like those of the US or UK but you can still browse the few shops that are there. Its still a nice afternoon away from the beach.
I am an adventurous individual, always seeking new experiences and destinations. I am outgoing and optimistic. I am at one with nature, a dog lover and foster, and I am happiest mid-adventure; whether travelling or simply trying something new at home.
Growing up with a family of sports and outdoor enthusiasts made me the adventurous person I am today. My family went to the "regular" Disneyland-type trips, ...
... ignored it. Sometime after 6:00pm, while we were elsewhere having dinner, they just folded their tent and went away.
We quickly got ourselves squared away in our apartments (reviewed below) and set off in search of lunch. This required firing up the mighty Suzuki again and the interesting negotiation of about five blocks of Store Bay's busiest streets. We found a promising restaurant on a quiet side street and managed to park within walking distance of ...