Forty Winks Inn

Address: 24 Warner St, Port of Spain, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 24 Warner St, Port of Spain, is near Maracas Bay, Queen's Park Savannah, Independence Square, and National Museum and Art Gallery.
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    Travel Blogs from Port of Spain

    Bake and Shark

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Mar 09, 2015

    5 photos

    ... Atlantic and the Caribbean. Didn’t see the other two on a map either so maybe it’s a Trini thing.

    Now we are heading down the other side of the mountain to the beach area. When we arrive, we pass by some small buildings on the parking lot side that says Bake and Shark. Wasn’t quite sure what that meant but it is apparently a great food snake that the Trinis love. It is shark meat that is inside ...

    1903. First Impressions of the Caribbean

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jan 28, 2015

    30 photos

    ... contact, Giles Gilad, my the fellow I travelled with in Azerbaijan. He's on a mission to visit every country on earth, and he can give me the real scoop--since he travels on a tight budget like me. Giles reassures me that the islands are all reasonably safe, and he gives me list of hotels that, although still well over budget, at least would not push me into bankruptcy... Then I thought of something I've had in the back of my mind for many years: how ...

    And so we begin..,

    A travel blog entry by daveserrao on Jan 18, 2015

    6 photos

    ... in the Caribbean. The biggest problem HH Trinidad has is that because it is an island, owning property is very difficult and limited, but HH needs the the property to be owned by the recipient in order to start building and most in need are squatting (build their own shack on land that does not belong to them). HH also teaches the recipients how to budget time and money and supplies the kids with school supplies. All recipients have an ongoing relationship with ...

    Heading home

    A travel blog entry by andy_n on Feb 14, 2014

    1 photo

    ... for us in a private party room at the back which was overly air conditioned, but at least one could conduct a conversation. The food was good, standard pub-type fare, and plentyous. James and Lindrena tucked into hamburgers the size of dinner plates.

    So, back to the Holiday Inn, where we would rouse ourselves at 4:30am to catch the first shuttle to the airport, and a WestJet flight departing at 7:00am for our return to the snow. Yuck, on both accounts.

    Habitat for Humanity 2013

    A travel blog entry by agreenslade on Aug 29, 2013

    ... right, which is never fun for me! Mr. Singh assured me that no taxi's have lights, the "H" on their plate is how you can tell. Really, if Mr. Miagi tells you something, it is difficult to think that they are lying. Two other reasons I got into the car - I had this guy by at least 50 pounds, and he said 6 magic words - you can smoke in this car". He had me, and off we went! He even offered me a "Trini" cigarette, which was just a pack of DuMaurier's printed ...