Iv King'S Guesthouse

Address: Montgomery Road, Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Montgomery Road, Tobago.
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      Travel Blogs from Tobago

      Trinidad Part 2

      A travel blog entry by tomellams on Sep 11, 2014

      ... rain forest. We settled at pool no.3 and spent the afternoon there... this was my favourite as the waterfall could be climbed and at the top was a decent sized jump into the pool. I went for another power nap when we go back at 8 and didn't wake up again until 11, at which point Jabz and I went out for a couple of drinks. We got back at 2ish; that left a 2 hour sleep before I was up to get to the airport for my 7am ...

      Our amazing friend Enid

      A travel blog entry by andy_n on Feb 08, 2014

      8 photos

      ... recreational marina.

      Enid lives in a beautiful house, surrounded by gardens, in the hills to the west of Port of Spain. We stopped there for refreshment before Ravi drove us back to the area of Piarco Airport, where we would meet up with Alison and the kids. In the morning we would fly off to the Island of Tobago for six days on the beach. But it would be hard to imagine that idyll being more memorable than this day we had shared with the remarkable Enid.


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      18: Island Hopping Home

      A travel blog entry by eurobertson on Jun 01, 2013

      51 photos

      ... Turtle was over… along came another one! And it was HUGE!! Definitely longer than I am tall and I think it must have been creeping up to the 2m mark! This time I got to witness the tractor effect in full motion and having to move their 500kg body weight up the beach when they only do it a few times a year cannot be easy! But they are seriously strong and the marks in the sand really look like tractor tyre prints on the beach! I won’t go too deep into details but we saw ...

      Fort George

      A travel blog entry by finneyfamily on Jan 21, 2011

      5 photos

      ... in the world, one here, one in Venezuela and one in California. Now this was truly amazing!!!! You can swim in the small pools that are there, they say that they have a healing power. Just like Watrous. Most of the asphalt was hard, but some was soft and gooey. There were pocket of gases oozing out of the ground….again….cool. They say that they have dinosaur bones in the pits.

      Sunday was a ...

      Port of Spain, Trinadad-Tobago

      A travel blog entry by danharriet on Dec 28, 2009

      2 comments, 23 photos

      ... to get that one item that will remind them and all that they show the item to of the location from which it was purchased. The temperature and humidity of the day was becoming more apparent to us as we walked farther into the city away from the port. Several small parks that we passed provided a small corridor for the wind and a little relief from the heat and humidity. The heights of the buildings were shrinking as we walked north to the outskirts of the city. ...