Airport Inn

Address: Factory Road, Piarco, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago | Inn
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This inn, located on Factory Road, Piarco, is near Englishman's Bay, Castara Bay, Mount Irvine Bay, and Bloody Bay.
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          Travel Blogs from Piarco

          1905. The People who Live at Sea

          A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jan 29, 2015

          33 photos

          ... in the South African military and learned some extreme survival skills, skills which he would use later in life on some amazing adventures--like cycling across the Kalahari and other nearly uninhabited deserts and offtrail hiking through Eastern Africa. Then, at some point, he decided to switch to sea travel, worked on different boats until he'd gained the necessary skills, then bought his own yacht and now earns his living independently at sea. "I don't have an ...

          Afloat at Last

          A travel blog entry by wendy60 on Jul 28, 2014

          2 comments, 26 photos

          ... citronella candles and mossie coils as defence. A great cardamon chicken, a great time and a great Swiss wine! We learnt that Roman had been in the building trade in London. A big Boss. He was involved with many famous people. Michael Caine, Freddie Mercury, Phill Collins, Elton John, Cliff Richard. Very interesting and left Craig and Roman wishing they'd known each other earlier. Anna and Rob, our Dutch friends have also now arrived and waiting to be hauled out ...

          7. Trinidad - the land of the 'titi'

          A travel blog entry by kesvic2013 on Sep 18, 2013

          1 comment

          ... stopped in Trinidad for a couple of months because it is hurricane season. However, they had overstayed their visa by accident and so had to make the 3.5 hour journey from Trinidad to Venezuela and back in one day to get new passport stamps. Then there was Felix, a really friendly Venezuelan who was married to a Trinidadian. He was shocked that we could pronounce his name (Feh-lix) as "Most white people call me Feeeeelix"! ...

          West Indies - Home Of Brian Lara.

          A travel blog entry by heatheravan on Nov 18, 2011

          30 photos

          ... us to LA for one night, then across the Pacific, and the International Date line, to Auckland, New Zealand. Closer to Australia than we have been since March.

          Tourist Tip: Caroni Swamp Expeditions are operated by Nanan's Bird Sanctuary Tours and leave daily at 4pm to about 6pm.

          VISA INFO: We were required to pay a visa waiver fee of 62 US dollars each (800 T&T total)

          Hanuman Statue, Temple in the Sea, & Caroni Swamp

          A travel blog entry by saudade777 on Feb 09, 2010

          3 comments, 45 photos

          ... permanent artificial island and finished the temple to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Indian Arrival Day.

          3) Caroni Swamp:

          The Caroni Swamp is the largest mangrove wetland in Trinidad and Tobago. It is located on the west coast of ...

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