Coral Cove Marina Hotel
Travel Blogs from Chaguaramas
... at 3pm having been
waiting for 2 hours!
By the time I got back I was ready for a refreshing drink –
took a while to find a not very supermarket (coffee filters but no coffee!) to
find they don’t sell beer. All the rum shops, which I’d identified all sold
beer, were near the market – eventually found it in a petrol station at £1 a
pop for just 275ml – good job I’m not staying long!
... he became so much less charismatic when I flipped the camera on, so he doesn't seem particularly happy in the interview. Anyways, I asked him questions about beliefs in the supernatural in his culture; he talked about Obeah, but he said that those types of practices, like in Jamaica, belong to an older generation of Trinidadians.
See you all next time!
Love and Peace,
... bumpy road in the dark up to the Asa Wright Centre in the Northern Range mountains. It was a refuge from the heat of the valley, from traffic, from wordly worries. It was also a haven for hummingbirds, toucans and socially awkward but otherwise lovely birdwatchers from all over the world. One such creature (an American called Chris) asked Pedro "how long have you been a birder?". The wrong ...
... a scam! The tyre wasn't flat but they insisted and elaborated that the steel reinforcing was showing through. Sure enough: when on full lock we could see that the inside corners of both front tyres were worn through to the metal! We thanked the sharp-eyed lads and drove a little more sedately back to PoS.
Passing the airport, we thought we'd try the car rental company office there. They were most unhelpful: no apology, our fault for ...
... entire peninsula, but is sometimes used to refer to the most developed area. The entire peninsula was leased to the United States in 1940 for the construction of a naval base under the Destroyers for Bases Agreement.
* The Chaguaramas Peninsula supports one of the ...