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Travel Blogs from Port of Spain
... and pomeracks - a fruit I'd never seen before. Like a small pear, red skin, white flesh with a small stone, similar in taste to a pear but not as sweet. I'm in love with hummingbirds! There's not enough superlatives to describe them - incredible, amazing, colourful, energetic jewels of the air. There were literally hundreds of them flying and feeding from the feeders around the patio - like a swarm of butterflies but so much faster. Theo the owner of the property, ...
... is raised on vines running along trellises which perch on the steep hillside. To harvest, one walks under the vines (which are only about four feet off the ground), reaching up and picking the produce.
Eventually, we arrived at the town of Brasso Seco (which literally means "dry branch" but refers to a person exiled from the community rather than a dried up river) where we stopped for drinks. Then, we continued up a very bad ...
Another early start, following a 6am microwave pinging wake
up call. Was at the bus station before 8am but a complete waste of time as the
ticket booth doesn't open til 8 on a Saturday and the bus left at 8 – the next
wasn’t til 9 though no-one will tell you that – the ticket person can’t be
bothered and information don’t seem to work at that hour and the timetables
shown are only for weekdays.
It’s a ...
... Wharf as we disembarked the ship and strolled by young girls in full Carnival Costumes, if one could call what they were wearing as full. Several of our greeters were also in Carnival gear but they were also standing on stilts so they make an impressive sight as the towered over four feet above the cruisers leaving the ship. At the end of the walkway from the ship to the passenger terminal was a Steel Band playing lively Calypso music. Out exit from the ship was ...
It seemed I was just drifting back to a sound sleep when our 05:30 wake-up call came courtesy of my Blackberry. By 06:30 we found ourselves with one of the embassy drivers on our way to the airport. There were virtually no vehicles on the road (no doubt due to the war last night), so we arrived at about 07:20; a land-speed record for Georgetown! We checked in and began our wait.
Thanks to Leslie's recent ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Alicia's Palace Port of Spain
Other places to stay in Port of Spain
Lady Young Rd., Port of Spain | 4 star hotelfrom $118
- Scary then nice....
- Not a lot of choices in T'dad
- Outdoor poolside dinning, June 2003
Wrightson Road & London Street, Port of Spain | 3 star hotelfrom $152
No 1 Wrightson Road, Port of Spain | 5 star hotelfrom $213
Coblentz Ave, Port of Spain | 4 star hotelfrom $138
Invaders Bay, Audrey Jeffers Highway, Port of Spain | 3 star hotelfrom $179
16-18 Cotton Hill, Port of Spain | 3 star hotelfrom $165
67 Ariapita Road, Port of Spain | 3 star hotelfrom $72
10 Nook Ave , Port of Spain | 3 star hotelfrom $141
Lot 5 Waterbridge Rd Blue Range Avenue, Port of Spain | Hotelfrom $254
44 Coblentz Avenue, Port of Spain | 3 star hotelfrom $132
42 - 44 Picton St, Port of Spain | 3 star hotelfrom $99
66-68 Edward St., Port of Spain | 1 star hotelfrom $20
17 Henry Pierre St., Port of Spain | Hotelfrom $35
5a Saint Ann's Avenue , Port of Spain | 2 star hotelfrom $146
24 Warner St, Port of Spain | 2 star hotelfrom $102