Palm's Hotel Trinidad
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... a square shape – very cool building but hard to describe! I then entered into Panama Bay, which is lined with these huge buildings, but is also home to a lovely park and walkway all the way into Old Town. The park has free football pitches, outdoor excersize zones, a Chinese park, a botanical garden, kids park etc… It goes on and on and is really cool! I especially enjoyed watching a couple of speed skaters who were flying down the bike path – they were ...
... surely) was "does clay pigeon shooting count?"
So Pedro and myself were somewhat social outcasts amongst this secluded world of the long socks brigade. However, I have to admit I had more chance of fitting in than Pedro. Whereas everyone else would be reading "Flora and fauna of Trinidad and Tobago" or "Migratory birds of the Lesser Antilles" my choice of after dinner book was the ...
We had a great time in Tobago and just returned to Port of Spain. In Tobago, we had a lovely swim at Store Bay. On the leeward side of Tobago, the waters are much calmer and very blue and comfortable. We also snorkelled off Buccoo Reef and had a refreshing time. We then took a bus from Scarborough to Charlottesville on ...
... people and the pavement. We were in stores that most pasty white folk wouldn’t go in….thank goodness for Curtis.
We went out for supper for Robynn’s big 18th birthday. We had a great time
Mike is off to Tobago…..let’s see how that goes. Here's hoping that we all get to make the big move soon.
Until next time
... permanent artificial island and finished the temple to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Indian Arrival Day.
3) Caroni Swamp:
The Caroni Swamp is the largest mangrove wetland in Trinidad and Tobago. It is located on the west coast of ...