Miller'S Guest House
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... are advised to leave. Still a fun night with a little bit of culture. Warning - Don't drink the rum punch - it is so strong it will make your teeth fall out. Best recommendation for snorkelling is the "Island Girl" catamaran. They get away from the regular tourist beaches, lunch and all drinks are included and you get to see a lot of the Caribbean side of the island. Travel to somewhere we had never heard of = ...
... for the kick off of our trip. Port of Spain is an incredibly industrial town with a lot of American chain fast food and American restaurants. We found a chain like restaurant that we were not familiar with and decided we just needed to eat and crash because we were catching the ferry to Tobago in the morning. Food was decent but nothing to blog about. I did have my first taste of Trinidad and Tobago beer. The 2 to choose from is Carib and Stag, which are ...
Blue Crab Restaurant
(868) 639 2737
Lunch Tues-friday 11:30-3:00pm
Dinner by reservation
Beautiful intimate restaurant that has inside or outside dining!!
Best restaurant in Tobago.
Owners: Alison & Kenny Sardinha
Check them out - you won't be disappointed! Food is divine!! Fresh local Tobagonian cuisine at its best ...
If your looking for pure relaxation and a total carefree holiday then Tobago is the place to visit
It has changed considerably from 7 years ago since my last visit. There are allot more shops, petrol stations and houses and there are now 2 new shopping malls. Not your usual size malls like those of the US or UK but you can still browse the few shops that are there. Its still a nice afternoon away from the beach.
... four times (a month-long bus tour, my wedding and two-week honeymoon with family and friends, a month-long driving tour through several countries and a week-long father-daughter trip to Iceland.
What do I have planned for the future? Well, the possibilities in this world really are endless. The next destination always seems to change as I learn and experience new things. I am always on the lookout for my ...