Candles in the Wind
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCandles in the Wind Crown Point
The hostel isn't by the beach. One of the reasons I stayed here was because I saw the pictures online and it looked like it was relaxing and on the beach, but it isn't. Overall it is pretty clean and a nice place. The locals are a bit of a problem. The owner does kind of do a decent job of keeping them out, but they wait outside the hostel for females to leave the hostel and sometimes even come inside uninvited. I was sleeping alone in the attic and a local came in looking for either money or a girl and the owner did catch him and ask him to leave.
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I've now been in Tobago for a day. I arrived bleary eyed at 6.15 this morning having not slept much in 2 nights. The guest house owner Andrew met me at the airport and took me to get some breakfast before we'd even made it to the guesthouse. It was saltfish sandwiches, better than you'd imagine for breakfast actually! The guesthouse I'm staying in …
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