Iv King'S Guesthouse

Montgomery Road, Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tobago

Red Ibis colour the sky

A travel blog entry by kayyendole


... point out birds , snakes and caiman in the mango groves. There were also iguanas and mud skippers which were harder to spot.
He had eyes like a hawk that spotted the slightest movement long before we could and was very knowledgeable about all wildlife here.
The snakes wind themselves around the branches and are camouflaged so well the birds think they are landing on a ...

Days 98-102: Carnival in Trinidad

A travel blog entry by mbust02


... other than lots of bugs, we opted to skip out on this Amazonian excursion. We sang the song enough times in the past couple weeks to get all the Orinoco Flow out of my system. Instead we took part in the pre-Carnival events that the whole country was all abuzz over. It seemed like the entire island simply just doesn't sleep during Carnival and eventually Monday came around. Monday is what they call J'ouvert. It's a big street party that starts in ...

Raining in the Rainforest (duh!)

A travel blog entry by aniseh


A bit of a bummer of a day, but take that with a grain of salt; we are in Trinidad after all. What do we really have to complain about? Today Matthew and his students took a trip to the Pitch Lake of Trinidad. On hindsight, this was not a good trip, but the idea was fantastic. Imagine the famous Labrea Tarpit of California only without any bloopbloop of bubbles and located in a much more industrial zone. Matthew planned that the ...

The week of the wedding

A travel blog entry by deanandliz


The week of the wedding.

In between the all important liming and occasional wedding errands, we went to Maracas Bay with David (dean's cousin) and girlfriend Totts for some sunshine, boogy boarding and traditional "shark n bake". mmm delicious - the ultimate in fish finger sandwiches. The following day and a trip to the Oval for lunch and a tour of ...

Tobago....welcome to paradise!

A travel blog entry by le_bouff


... enough is called Scarborough) to a small, very pretty fishing town called Charlotteville. The journey took 2 hours but only cost 80p! I then walked along a track through the rainforest to a stunning cove called Pirates Bay. Hardly any people apart from some local guys selling Papaya and spear fishing. The beach had golden sand, clear turqoise water and was surrounded by the rainforest. I think it may have entered my top 10 all time favourite beaches although the ...

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