Royal Palm Suite Hotel

Address: 7 Saddle Road, Maraval, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 7 Saddle Road, Maraval, is near La Brea Pitch Lake, Mount St. Benedict Monastery, Mayaro Bay, and Temple in the Sea at Waterloo.
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      Travel Blogs from Maraval

      Red Ibis colour the sky

      A travel blog entry by kayyendole on Feb 06, 2014

      20 photos

      ... roost and when they settled in the trees the trees looked like they were decorated for Christmas. They arrived in waves over a twenty minute period as dusk was falling and the sight was quite spectacular.
      Our captain had kindly delayed departure of the ship to allow us to witness this phenomena. The Scarlet Ibis are unique to this island and it is a memory we will carry with us ...

      The Trip Thus Far...

      A travel blog entry by saudade777 on Feb 04, 2010

      29 photos

      ... br>
      Doubles is a common street food in Trinidad and Tobago. It is a sandwich made with two flat fried breads, called "bara" (hence the name "doubles"), filled with curried chick peas or garbanzo beans, commonly called channa (from Hindi/Bhojpuri "chanaa"). Topped with a variety of spicy chutneys (mango, cucumber, coconut, tamarind) and extra ...

      Trinidad, Part Two: Indian Food

      A travel blog entry by phil.aldridge on Apr 01, 2009

      ... to get a superb curry dish, with many different varieties. It makes a very pleasant change from latino food. Apart from the food, our tour also took us to two Hindu temples. The first, Waterloo Temple, is quite small but in a good location on a kind of pier in the sea, but most interesting is the story behind it. A lone laborer, when not working, built a temple on the coast. Unfortunately, the coast was privately owned. The government ...

      Floatin in our boatie

      A travel blog entry by sparrow07 on Jun 16, 2007

      ... bits and peices including Milo our addopte cat and loaded it all onboard, cast off the lines and headed for our new location.... attached to a YSATT buoy. Sadly that evening was not he calmest of evenings, and too add to the chaos, our nerves were in a knot. Early on in the evening we rolled this way and that which made dom a bit queezy, and I was too buzy trying to stow things away so that we could actually make our way through the saloon ...

      Drifting in the caribbean...

      A travel blog entry by treasaor on Jun 12, 2007

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... speed limit in Tobago of 50km/h, but it is rarely heeded. 4. There are animals all over the place (they badly need a neutering programme here!) dogs, cats, chickens (we were woken by a cock crowing repeatedly this morning) and goats a plenty. They have goat and crab races here in Easter! 5. Galvanised iron is used everywhere, and rooves made of it are the norm. We'll leave it there for now and we'll update our log to let you all know how we get on in ...