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Travel Blogs from Port of Spain
... was a light lunch of soup, salad and homemade fruit juice. And another gorgeous digital screen photo display of the 13 species found here at the sanctuary. I also need to point out that this sanctuary is a natural environment - no cages or aviaries anywhere - these little guys hang out here because of the dedication of these property owners who have devoted their lives to the preservation and education of the Hummingbird. They are a protected species and it is illegal ...
... come back into the airport. To enable all of that, we filled out our immigration forms, much to our dismay.
Leaving immigration, we went to customs. Since we did not have any checked baggage, we made it through very quickly.
We picked up our boarding passes and made our way back to the concourse. The passes we had indicated that boarding would begin at 23:25. In ...
... same old spiel,
going over a bit again word for word too!
However the pitch lake was definitely worth a visit – like
nothing I’ve seen or sensed before! The water pockets, pushed up by the rising
asphalt were quite disconcerting – just a jet of hot liquid splashing on you,
feeling and sounding worryingly like a mini eruption. Most of the central bit
has quite a lot of give but knowing which bits are still liquid is vital, hence
... that were so american, but there were other bits that looked a little island style ghetto.... I honestly have no idea what I was expecting, and it was dark, but I quickly realised that I was not in "Kansas" anymore. I was also a little worried on the trip about the hotel. I had never been in contact with them myself, and I was worried about whether I had a reservation at all, if they knew that I was coming so late, if anyone would be there to let me in ...
... looking for a restaurant. We settled on Trader Jack's Island Bar and Grill.
We opted to sit inside since it was a little cooler. The first thing we asked for were two big glasses of ice water. We were both dying of thirst. Once our thirst was quenched we switched to a glass of Malbec. It was from the Trapiche vineyards of Argentina. I could see how Malbec could replace Merlot as our favorite.
We both ...
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
5a Saint Ann's Avenue , Port of Spain | 2 star hotelfrom $146
24 Warner St, Port of Spain | 2 star hotelfrom $102