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 ...

      Yes, I'm Limin tonight, you?

      A travel blog entry by aborder on Mar 14, 2011

      2 comments, 24 photos

      ... I refuse to buy the same day return and walk away cursing under my breath. I sit on a bench, I consider for a few more minutes the ease of just getting the same day return and getting on with my day, but then money is tight and I can't afford to throw it away. There will be another solution.

      I cross the street and hail a mini bus back to Port of Spain. I walk to an Internet cafe to try book a bus ticket from Caracas to Cartagena ...

      Trini Living 2010

      A travel blog entry by questmiller on Jan 26, 2010

      10 photos

      ... 2000 costumes. The prices per costume ran in the neighborhood of $400 US for some strategically placed sequins and feathers. If you wanted a costume to “march” in the parade, you would have to order one. The Pan Yards are in the final stages of practice for the semi-finals and we were delighted to hear their happy island music.

      The boating community in Chagauramas is fairly active with social activities and comments on the morning VHF radio ...

      Trinidad, Part one: Toco Police Station

      A travel blog entry by phil.aldridge on Mar 30, 2009

      ... at an early release. At the station we wrote a statement and got on weirdly friendly terms with two of the police men. They gave their names as Chiny and B.I. (short for big indian). As we had nowhere to stay, they made up a bed for us in a little room with an en-suite. I got the impression of a small-town police station with not enough crimes to be attended to. The cops had watched all these crime dramas and were all eager to 'solve' the case or even just to have one. ...

      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 ...