Iv King'S Guesthouse
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Tobago
We hauled out painlessly and without incident. Our hearts are always in our boots when shes being lifted. We've watched too many utube fail videos!! The hull was scrapped and jet sprayed off. It left a carpet of sea growth on the floor, i could have knitted a jumper with it! along with Barnacles, jellies and large chunky flakes of the coatings back to the gel coat( original white layer). Even a crab crawled out of one of the skin fittings( outlet/ ...
... type of forest spirit. He dreams one day of finding a greater freedom beyond carrying out Oberon's orders.
In the Jamaican remix version of the song, I incorporated the supernatural elements of the culture with the country's club reggae beats. I felt that Puck needed a much darker, almost demonic theme for Jamaican dubstep music. See if you hear what I'm talking about...
Well, off to new places.
Love and Peace,
... end there and I'd fly back to the US. I'd hang up the compass and sextant, shake off my sea legs and prepare myself for the luxuries and responsibilities of dry land.
In addition to our dwindling level of energy, we were now getting quite low on our food rations. A typical meal was now consisting of Pete and I splitting a can of olives and Nate eating 2 slices of moldy bread. Also, our stock of utensils were down in size since ...
J'ouvert or Jouvay is at the heart of Trinidad carnival, and is also celebrated in other Eastern Caribbean islands. The name J'ouvert originates from the French jour ouvert, meaning day break or morning, and signals the start of the bacchanalia that is Carnival.
Jouvert is highly traditional and full of symbols culture and heritage. It is steeped in tradition and playing mud mas ...
... to the city; seemed to give a refreshing feeling to us. Here in the northern areas of the city is the Magnificent Seven. This is several blocks that contain seven large homes built during an earlier period of economic boom more than a hundred years ago. The first of the building is a private school and further down the row is the house of the Prime Minister of Trinidad-Tobago. But the rest of the large mansions are now in disrepair and appear to be ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
More great choices in Tobago
Search TripAdvisor for more deals in Tobago
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations