Coblentz Inn Boutique Hotel
Travel Blogs from Port of Spain
... his flip flops completes the picture. He tells the local lads he looks like one of them now and they love it. The humidity is 80% and temperatures reaching 38 degrees. It's not comfortable at all and even worse inside the boat. There is no sea breeze and we have no air conditioning as it only works in the water, but lots of fans. So it's more like a fan assisted oven!! We can't keep up with drinking enough water to replace what leaks out!! It's like ...
... good tour and a wonderful interpetation centre aling with a fine restuarant.
We then went to the eastern side of Barbdos to visit the Four Square Distillery, which is housed in an old sugar plant. The site is composed of quite a few old historic buildings.
Set sail at 6pm for Trinidad & Tobago.
Friday Feb. 21st
Arrived in the republic of Trinidad & Tobago at 6am. This is the last of the 4 island discover by Columbus 1498. Trinidad was under ...
... 185 CDN. per night, including every imaginable tax. It was also up in the hills north and east of the downtown area, an important consideration in what has sadly become the murder capital of the Caribbean.
The purpose of our visit to Trinidad was to meet up with our son, Ted, who was passing through the island on his way back to Canada following a business trip. I had spent much of my elementary school years in the city of San Fernando, about 60km ...
... 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 ...
... the Black Africans that had come to this island as slaves and had their descendents remain and eventual become free and helped form the independent and prosperous nation of Trinidad and Tobago. There was a long line passing thru port security that needed to be waited before boarding the ship. This turned into a great experience as we were treated by one musical vendor to a truly Caribbean version of Margaretville on the most Caribbean of instruments; the ...