Bel Air Int'L Airport Hotel Limited

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

2000 The Temple at the Sea

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 26, 2015

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... the Caribbean. During this time I visited the most "first time" countries in a year since 2007 (5)... as well as make the most international flights in one year (7) 2014 was still was a relatively slow year. But I think quality improved a bit. I wrote more about every day, met more people and really tried to hone my observation skills to appreciate the subtle details that I completely overlooked back when I first parkbenched the Northeast USA back in ...

1907. A City with No Hotels

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jan 30, 2015

6 photos

... him that there are plenty of "Mohameds" in the US!

I liked the sound of that--that a welder be paid enough that he wouldn't feel the need or desire to immigrate to America in search of a better life. When a country starts paying its blue collar workers a middle class wage, it's taking a major step towards developing. In fact, Trinidad might alreay be considered a "developed" country.

Time to head back to Chaguaramas. It's rush hour, and ...

1906. A Delicious Lunch

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jan 30, 2015

5 photos

... a couple of locals enjoying the water. I find a tree to strum under, and--sure enough--am soon joined by a couple of construction workers who come to hear my songs. Playing music in Trinidad is definitely the way to connect with people here in Trinidad. "You're here for the carnival, right?" It's just assumed that I will not want to miss Trinidad's signature event. On down the road I reach the town of Carenage, where I follow a sidestreet and spot ...

Afloat at Last

A travel blog entry by wendy60 on Jul 28, 2014

2 comments, 26 photos

... Day) A parade celebrating the freedom of the slaves in 1838. Lots of tribal native costumes and pan steel bands, calypso and Soco. A distinct costume was the Moko Jumbie( spirit diviner); they walk on impressively high vertigo inducing stilts and are supposed to see evil coming from further away than normal mortals. It was fascinating watching the youths get ready. Old trainers, knocked up blocks of wood and a bit of foam strapped to their legs. Their friends ...

The Way Home

A travel blog entry by tlvice on Sep 07, 2013

... He told us the tire was not completely flat, so he was going to drive back to the embassy and switch vehicles.

Off we went! Luckily it is only about two miles from where we were.

When we arrived at the embassy, the driver parked the Suburban in front. He walked into the compound to get another vehicle while we stayed outside. By this time the left front tire was completely flat. We removed our bags and waited. ...

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