Coconut Cove Holiday Beach Club

Address: 33-36 Calypso Rd , Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 33-36 Calypso Rd , Trinidad.
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      Travel Blogs from Trinidad

      18: Island Hopping Home

      A travel blog entry by eurobertson on Jun 01, 2013

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      ... 8216;Bifsteak’ dinner with a beer for only 6,700 Peso’s (3) just around the corner from the hostel. A great deal considering it is a very touristy destination and the bars and restaurants on the strip are significantly more expensive but not necessarily better quality!

      The next morning I was up early again to take full advantage of the island before my flight at 12.44! Graziano has been here relaxing for a week already and has a 2 week bike rental so ...

      Our Day in Trinidad

      A travel blog entry by markturner on Apr 19, 2012

      4 photos

      ... us, how truly lucky we were to be there on a beautiful beach while it was raining.

      We then went on to find ourselves at a local merchant for something called a Bake’nShark. An amazing idea combining bread and shark. It was a delicious sweet bun with soft battered shark; you could add your own condiments as well. We then made our way home and off to the last day of the West Indies Cricket match.

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      West Indies - Home Of Brian Lara.

      A travel blog entry by heatheravan on Nov 18, 2011

      30 photos

      ... where we saw amazing amounts of birdlife, caimen, crabs, and some unusual fish called 4 eyes fish, which swim with a pair of eyes above and below the water. But it was the Scarlet Ibis that held our attention. The colour is just so vivid and from a distance they looked like waving scarlet flowers on the swampland trees.

      We are relaxing in our surprise luxury, and will be ready to take on a series of three long flights that ...

      Got here Safe

      A travel blog entry by rast_a on Oct 28, 2010

      5 comments

      ... nothing. Although I complain alot about this i feel like it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. For lunch we all went to the cafeteria to sit in the air conditioning were we all continued to ***** and make jokes. Although it's pretty funny here cause charley and i have a pretty hard time understanding them. So after lunch we made are way back to the storage room and put on all of our wet gear for round 2. This time we had to put on the respirators and the gas ...

      The Day Everyone and their Dog Fell into the Ocean

      A travel blog entry by qgirl128 on Jun 17, 2009

      5 photos

      ... of the kayaks. Then I made out the shapes of three heads, floating above the water line next to the upended kayaks. At first it made me laugh and I yelled at Ronald, "They all capsized!" Of course I assumed that they were all fine, since, for godsakes, who would go ocean kayaking without knowing how to swim....right? And they were all wearing life vests. No worries! But it became quickly apparent, even at a distance, that Peter, Lee and Richard could not get ...