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... menu as "sautéed
Checked out a panyard but, no pan, just some locals sat
around drinking beer, which could have been almost as entertaining. Popped into
the cemetery on the way back when I eventually found the entrance on Mahatma
Ghandi. A little oasis of calm in the middle of the city but surprisingly not
too many lavish tombs.
By then it was beer o’clock and the hammock on the veranda
was beckoning – a nice ...
... yawning” down the communal
plumbing and the his groaning/moaning meant I got no sleep whatsoever despite
the earplugs – I was furiously tired by morning and asked to move rooms.
Needed 2 massive cups of very strong coffee just to get me
moving – stupidly I only brought instant thinking there wouldn’t be facilities
in a place like this – not only a coffee maker but also filter papers ...
... Street is a main shopping and eating street in the city. The sidewalks were full of shoppers and people looking for a place to eat lunch and the streets were clogged with automobiles. As we came closer to our second destination we could see that the small noon time festival was a larger event and the multiple block size park was full of people eating, talking and swaying to the rhythms of a calypso band that was performing in the center of the park. The ...
... and reading guidebooks in the months before our departure and ended up with plenty of reservations and a well defined agenda for the first month - five flights and several hotels, hostels and excursions booked - so we carried a lot of booking confirmation printouts in our luggage as we set off. That planning would hopefully help our first few weeks on the road run smoothly, and after that we hoped to be experienced enough travellers to sort out transport and accommodation as we go along.
... Dominican place in Washington Heights. Gotta love that green sauce!! I grabbed myself a local Carib beer and the next ten minutes were bliss. Similar to Ukrainian town in Chicago, there were unusual noises coming from the ginger gringo table. It was sensational. Could I really justify a second one? Ha, I didn't, I was full!
I wandered back to the beach and walked along to where there may be a bar showing the Man U Marseille game. I walked ...
Other places to stay in Port of Spain
Lady Young Rd., Port of Spain | 4 star hotelfrom $154
- 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 $171
No 1 Wrightson Road, Port of Spain | 5 star hotelfrom $172
Coblentz Ave, Port of Spain | 4 star hotelfrom $131
Invaders Bay, Audrey Jeffers Highway, Port of Spain | 3 star hotelfrom $161
16-18 Cotton Hill, Port of Spain | 3 star hotelfrom $164
67 Ariapita Road, Port of Spain | 3 star hotelfrom $72
10 Nook Ave , Port of Spain | 3 star hotelfrom $149
Lot 5 Waterbridge Rd Blue Range Avenue, Port of Spain | Hotelfrom $100
44 Coblentz Avenue, Port of Spain | 3 star hotelfrom $260
42 - 44 Picton St, Port of Spain | 3 star hotelfrom $96
66-68 Edward St., Port of Spain | 1 star hotelfrom $20
5a Saint Ann's Avenue , Port of Spain | 2 star hotelfrom $140
24 Warner St, Port of Spain | 2 star hotelfrom $90