Candles in the Wind

145 Anthony Charles Crescent, Crown Point, Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Crown Point

Tobago farewell

A travel blog entry by andy_n


... right on a fisherman's wharf and as we waited to be served we watched a man catch a five-pound barracuda right off the dock.

The restaurant had been recently opened by a young Venezuelan chef and had already gained a reputation for his creative cuisine. Ted and I each had a tarragon shrimp hors d'oeuver, in which I thought the sauce over-powered the shrimp. We also had fresh grilled red snapper, and they were delicious.

Bachacks on parade

A travel blog entry by andy_n


... we went over to the Crown Point Resort restaurant for lunch. Again with the attitude! The young lady who appeared to be both receptionist and waitress was lolling about behind a counter, resting her head in her hands. After several minutes, when it became clear to her that were not going to go away and would like to be seated, she made her way in a meandering, lugubrious manner to where we were waiting. When I pointed out that ...

Out on the reef

A travel blog entry by andy_n


... the counter and as my eyes adjusted to the darkness, I could just make out a pair of eyes that were glaring malevolently at me. In response to my "Hi. Are you open?" query, a form took shape which then darted off across the servery and into the kitchen, at the rear of the kiosk. A short time passed during which the form appeared to try to hide behind a door jamb. I watched in fascination, not sure whether to call the police or an ambulance. Eventually the form took the shape of ...

In the shelter of the reef

A travel blog entry by andy_n


... Coral Reef, the leading edge of which lies off shore about one kilometer. Heavy Caribbean surf pounds into the reef out there, dissipating energy in a spectacular display of crashing white crests on blue sea. Arriving on shore, the fury has been reduced to gentle swells, perfect for snorkeling or just dabbling about.

Pigeon Point is operated as a heritage park by the government of Tobago. Entry fee is about $3.00 CDN. for adults. For your money you ...

On the beach

A travel blog entry by andy_n


We were greeted this morning with a rap at the hotel door and the sight of two young faces beaming from ear to ear. Alison had arrived with Lindrena and James sometime around midnight, after a fourteen hour journey from Sault Ste Marie. We expected the kids to be fatigued by the long journey and late night - but they were excited and raring to go. A quick trip to the airport, a short plane ride and the six of us were standing in the sunshine in Tobago.


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This hotel, located on 145 Anthony Charles Crescent, Crown Point, is near Little Tobago, Pirate's Bay, Goat Island, and Batteaux Bay.
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