Jasmine's Ocean Resort

1 Simmons Drive, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Trinidad

Red Ibis colour the sky

A travel blog entry by kayyendole


... roost and when they settled in the trees the trees looked like they were decorated for Christmas. They arrived in waves over a twenty minute period as dusk was falling and the sight was quite spectacular.
Our captain had kindly delayed departure of the ship to allow us to witness this phenomena. The Scarlet Ibis are unique to this island and it is a memory we will carry with us ...

18: Island Hopping Home

A travel blog entry by eurobertson


... Biosphere Reserve here. When they first told me it was a Biosphere Reserve I have no ideas what they meant but an informative sign told me that it means they have a self-contained ecosystem. I.e. The water gets evaporated from the ocean, drops into big pond from the hills and the fresh water supplies all of the animal and plant life on the island before going back into the ocean and starting the process again. Upon arrival at Big Pond I was greeted by a very old, very Caribbean ...

Again nothing!!

A travel blog entry by finneyfamily


We did nothing today...sat by the pool. Sure beats the -43 with the wind that you guys had....brrrr.

Mike got the signed contract today!!!!!!!!

That means we're packing up to move. We're not sure when, still waiting for him to get home from work to ...

West Indies v South Africa Trinidad 2001

A travel blog entry by mulqueen


... close of play?

Why, of course, you’ll take it in your mighty stride,

Because that has always been your uncomplaining way.

Thanks, old chap, for the pleasure that you’ve given,

The example that you’ve set;

You’ve graced the game of cricket,

And you haven’t finished yet!

Queen’s Park Oval, March 19th 2001



A travel blog entry by saudade777

... may be used to indicate a false trail, a backtrack, a shortcut, or a turn. The most commonly-used mark is a Check, indicating that hashers will have to search in any direction to find the continuation of the trail. Trails may contain a Beer Check, where the pack stops to consume beer, water, or snacks, allowing any stragglers to catch up ...


This resort is located on 1 Simmons Drive, Trinidad.
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