Valley Vue

Address: 67 Ariapita Road, Trinidad, \N, Trinidad and Tobago | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 67 Ariapita Road, Trinidad.
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Travel Blogs from Trinidad

Our amazing friend Enid

A travel blog entry by andy_n on Feb 08, 2014

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... surrounding countryside. One is cautioned, however, not to linger up there after dark, when the bad guys take over. Good guys retreat behind their iron-barred windows and doors for the night - which seems wrong, to say the least. Paradise lost.

Leaving the hill we drove north and west through the most amazing labyrinth of back streets to an area known as "Vistabella." I remembered this area very well because we lived there for a short time in a rented ...

18: Island Hopping Home

A travel blog entry by eurobertson on Jun 01, 2013

51 photos

... Rock started circling me too and I’m not sure if they were happy that I had dislodged some hidden fish for them or angry that I was close to their babies – either way I survived and didn’t get dive bombed! It was a great star to the day and then I scrambled back up the cliff, picked up a yummy Chicken Roti for lunch and then went to wait for Lemon! Lunch was great and very tasty (glad I didn’t opt for hot sauce!) but after 1 hour of waiting there was no sign ...

So Scared of Snakes!

A travel blog entry by kumar.jensen on Apr 11, 2013

45 photos

... birds are apparently large, live in caves and squawk, cluck and generally make a ruckus. They cluck because they use it to echo locate (like the Pokemon!). Anywho, their screeching and clucking was described to me as resembling a child's scream. Not sure why we wanted to go see these things, but we did. To make it even more appealing, or terrifying, one of the guys who had already been there told us the cave is the only place he had seen a bushmaster viper. These things are ...

Port of Spain, Trinidad

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Jan 07, 2012

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... sanctuary. Words cannot describe the natural beauty we encountered. Ducks gathered on the shore of a large lake covered with lily pads. We could see caiman swimming across the lake, and beautiful birds, including the Scarlet Ibis, the national bird of Trinidad, filled the trees surrounding us. It was a truly wonderful way to spend the afternoon, and we returned to the ship having experienced a unique cultural and naturalistic experience in ...

Just another day in paradise

A travel blog entry by finneyfamily on Jan 14, 2011

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... ll quit complaining….it could be worse….we could be home with all that damn snow. Holy ****, you guys are really getting dumped on, and brrrr.

I think our gardener thinks I’m a creeper. Every morning he comes to work and looks up and here we sit. He’s probably wondering if I do anything other than sit on the patio…….well the jokes on him….we don’t. But watching him work is ...

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