Le Laine Cottage
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... getting there.
Finally, although the
great experience of the 1-day tour around the island, my impression
of Tobago is a little mixed. It either seems to be an island for
families to spend the 2 week annual holiday (going to beaches
everyday, doing a BBQ ever so often) or for older people who just
enjoy hanging around their guesthouse or their hotel's pool. For
younger people there does not seem to be so much to do except for the
What a great change after eight days in the busy city. Port of Spain wasn't all that bad, but a tire of crowds in a hurry. Rather than an $8 slow ferry ride after sunset, where you're not going to see anything anyway; I opted for the $24 plane ride with Caribbean Airlines. Besides, why waste a ...
Monday afternoon I will take the ferry from Port of Spain to Scarborough, Tobago. Not that I have a plan, but tentatively I plan to go pretty much clockwise around the island for the next 3 weeks. Tobago is known for better beaches way less people, some great diving and snorkeling. Internet will be a little more spotty. ...
... as they won't come in until April. You can tell from the photos, the windward coast is very rough, especially in winter. We came across a couple of fisherman that had to ditch their boats and wait out the storm.
We made it out to the Galera Lighthouse. This is the easternmost point on Trinidad. Still standing since 1867. After a run west from Toco towards Matelot, we turned back ...
... rainforest that covers most of the centre of the island. "Sunday School" occurs every Sun night as the young people of Tobago party week's end. Several venues on a street in Buccoo pump out the music and street BBQ's do a roaring trade. Unfortunately it has become a bit touristy now with more tourists than locals while the kettle drums play until 11 pm. Then the locals come out in droves as the discos start ...