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Travel Blogs from Port of Spain
Another early start, following a 6am microwave pinging wake
up call. Was at the bus station before 8am but a complete waste of time as the
ticket booth doesn't open til 8 on a Saturday and the bus left at 8 – the next
wasn’t til 9 though no-one will tell you that – the ticket person can’t be
bothered and information don’t seem to work at that hour and the timetables
shown are only for weekdays.
It’s a ...
The big problem with these traditional houses is the thin
non-insulated walls that don’t reach the ceiling and the boards that run
through from one room to another – this means you can see and feel every
movement of your neighbour – in my case it was a very heavy footed guy who was
ill and had to get up every 25 mins thoughout the night to puke – his
thunderous run to throw up and the ...
... the queues after a 6 car pileup and I was thankfully dehydrated as we later got lost – couldn't find the guesthouse as on the wrong square. When we got to the right one, still couldn't find it - directions and signage poor.
Having read the reviews I was expecting a pretty run down but traditional place and it didn’t disappoint, but Pearl’s is friendly, well located and economical. ...
... to see something new for the day. And that goal was accomplished. We felt satisfied with our choice for the day, instead of being herded about from one tourist location to another; we did a walk about on streets less traveled by.
On returning to King’s Wharf, we again passed by the tent full of small stand selling a multitude of items that would ensure we would remember Port of Spain. At one of the booths , we noticed the lady that had sold us a ...
We arrived in Trinidad this morning and had breakfast as our ship docked at the port, from which we could see several large hotels. The amount of industry and business in Trinidad means that hotel space is needed for the many business-people that visit from other countries. We disembarked and boarded buses to discover the southernmost island in the Caribbean. First we visited two Hindu temples on the island. About 25% of the island identifies ...