Travel Blogs from Tobago
... fact that every evening in Tobago is akin to a 'warm summer evening', combined with the fact that the Caribbean sea is approximately 73% rum, I feel that I have had quite enough. Where some countries have a 'wet' or 'rainy' season, I believe that Tobago has a 'rum' season. This season lasts for 6 months, only to be followed by 'double rum and coke' season.
The effects of all this rum are beginning to concern me slightly: ...
... it seemed to me that most of these species had been driven to extinction by sheer boredom, or had simply fled to more stimulating climates, such as low-level office jobs or watching paint dry. We certainly did not encounter any exciting animals, apart from the occasional bird. It appeared that the birds were constantly screaming. I sympathised.
Our guide was as ...
... Goode, about their problems? A ridiculous notion. I used active listening and everything.
Privileged White Medical Students
I suspect the solution to the health problems of this nation, and perhaps the economic, social and immigration problems also, is to bring in more middle class British medics. The fact that the main hospital ward has more medical students than it currently has patients should not be an issue: we're always happy to team up to ...
"We're going to need a bigger boat..."
These famous words echoed in my mind as I began my first diving experience in the Caribbean Sea. Unfortunately, I didn't even have a boat: all I had protecting me from the various tropical underwater beasts was an ill-fitting wetsuit and an oxygen tank that apparently weighed more than three skinny white boys. I couldn't help but feel that I would have preferred an actual tank, complete with turrets and cannon.
My problem ...
... a local to repeat what they said for a maximum of two times, before responding with "yes", and hoping for the best
- Demonstrate ability to allow a pestering group of local children to play with your iPhone, only to remember with terror that it contains pictures of you 'blacked up' only two weeks earlier
- Demonstrate understanding that the practicalities of updating a travel blog every two days are unrealistic and tiresome for both writer and reader
Other places to stay in Tobago
Batteaux Bay, Northeast Coast | 3 star innfrom $118
- Great "Get-away"
- Great ecotourist getaway!
- Great Diving, Great Hotel shame about the Dive Staff
Storebay Local Road, Crown Point | 3 star innfrom $89
- You would have to be 'Bonkers' not to love this place
- Bonkers about the place
- Great place for a relaxing, stress free stay!!
Tobago | 2 star innfrom $28
Old Milford Road, Tobago | Innfrom $50
Corner of Commissioner, North and King streets, Plymouth | Innfrom $44