Kia'S Across From The Beach

4 Reserve Road, 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


... a pretty little beach, however, that was supervised by the Department of Tourism. There were changing rooms and showers and a team of three life guards was on duty. Surf boards and other water sports equipment was available for rent and refreshment was available from local vendors. A very pushy beach-chair lessor persuaded us to rent his wares.

Off the beach a small coral reef was immediately at hand. Sad to say, ...

Bachacks on parade

A travel blog entry by andy_n


... need to put two tables together in order to seat the six of us she made a big production of the tremendous inconvenience this presented to her. My patience having run out, I barked at her, which seemed to wake her up some, although no tip for service was paid on this day.

The rest of the afternoon was spent in the surf and in the pool, followed by a very satisfactory dinner of fresh tuna at the El Toucan restaurant.


Out on the reef

A travel blog entry by andy_n


Somewhere around 1953 our family went to Tobago for a holiday. I don't remember much about the holiday, but I sure remember Buccoo Reef. We went out to the reef from Pigeon Point in an open fishing boat accompanied by a boat-man and a guide. We anchored on the reef and got out of the boat to wander around, in running shoes, on the coral. We were able to look closely at the life on the reef through observation boxes that had glass bottoms in them. We also had diving masks and could ...

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


... despite the racket. Ted and I, meanwhile, went in search of groceries with which to stock our larders. This was not exactly an easy task.

There may be regular grocery stores in Scarborough, the capital city of Tobago, but out here in Store Bay they were disguised as motel offices, ground floor house apartments, and strip-mall office units. It was sometimes hard to make them out as I drove along, struggling to simultaneously figure out which was the ...

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This hotel, located on 4 Reserve Road, Crown Point, is near Little Tobago, Pirate's Bay, Goat Island, and Batteaux Bay.
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