Valley Vue

67 Ariapita Road, Trinidad, 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

18: Island Hopping Home

A travel blog entry by eurobertson on Jun 01, 2013

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... 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 ...

Day 5: On route to Trinidad

A travel blog entry by makefairtrade on May 22, 2011

... deserves a medal.

Its entirely appropriate to pause
infant mortality statistics to watch dolphins out the classroom
window.
I am a rock, paper, scissors champ.
How to 'superman'.
… More importantly, what it means to
'superman'.
Trust the process!



...

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 ...

Got here Safe

A travel blog entry by rast_a on Oct 28, 2010

5 comments

... need to lay!!

1/11 So we just had our first day of classes today! Not exciting. We woke up at 5:30 and took a maxi taxi at 6:15. The maxi taxi is just this lil van that drives along designated routes and is supper cheap. We only have to pay $5TT for it which is just less than $1 USD. The lady told us on friday that we should be at the taxi stand at 6 inorder to get to the school at 8. She was way wrong! We got there at like 7 and had to wait until ...

Kiddy Carnival and the Harvard's Fete

A travel blog entry by saudade777 on Feb 07, 2010

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1) Carnival is such an important aspect of life in Trinidad that many schools believe that sponsoring a carnival band is a way to teach young people about their roots and culture. In Trinidad’s Kiddies Carnival, hundreds of schools and community organizations participate! In this way, communities work together to develop stronger friendships and greater respect for the ...

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