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Factory Road, Piarco, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Piarco

Life in a boatyard

A travel blog entry by wendy60


... a shorter pair to go up the back, which to me is still an ordeal. I'd been having nightmares about this! Still, it has to be done and worked on the theory of aclimbitization ( yep my spelling) climb a bit at a time and get used to it. On closer inspection of the hull we realised it wasn't going to be a simple sand off and coat of antifoul. The large areas which had blown back to the gel coat had also revealed why this had happened. The previous owner ...

So Scared of Snakes!

A travel blog entry by kumar.jensen


... sp?) zones that guppies live in. In Trinidad, the larger southern island where the study takes place, the guppies they are researching live in pools separated by waterfalls in the streams. The waterfalls make it harder for the guppies to move up and down into different pools thus they evolve differently based on the pools they stay in. The farther down the stream closer to the outflow (or whatever you call the part of a stream that meets a larger body of water) the guppy ...

Days 98-102: Carnival in Trinidad

A travel blog entry by mbust02


... The water we were now in was much different from the deep blue waters we've seen so far on the trip. It now had a very green color too it and was almost brackish from all the surrounding rain forest. Once we entered the mouth, we quickly found an anchorage to post up for the night, go for a swim and get out of the heat. We were now in the 10th latitude and from the heat we sure could tell. Welcome to Trinidad. I think back to the Canadian ...

J'ouvert & Parade of the Bands (Day 1)

A travel blog entry by saudade777


... J’Ouvert evolved from the Canboulay festivals in the 1800’s, which were night time celebrations where the landowners dressed up and imitated the negres jardins (garden slaves). Following emancipation the newly freed slaves took over canboulay, now imitating their former masters imitating them.

Canboulay revellers, who carried lighted cane torches, were seen as a potential risk ...

Still Here...

A travel blog entry by kpfingaz Piarco about 4 hours later.

Still waiting on the flight.

I'm tired cause I aint slept last night.

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This inn, located on Factory Road, Piarco, is near Englishman's Bay, Castara Bay, Mount Irvine Bay, and Genesis Nature Park.
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