The Villas At Stonehaven
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... to be a half kilometre away! The major waterfall Argyle Falls was beautiful.. Even had the diamond shapes as it threads over the rocks...10$ american to view and Niagara Falls is free foregoing the parking. But you want to pay the Tobagans! Not a lot of tourists which we love but not so good for them. Found out yesterday that cruise ships come here as well but no docking facilities.. A real treat was the entertainment of Allison at the entrance gate to the falls. We drank Carib ...
... tip we headed down the island on Caribbean side and checked out Bloody Bay and one of our favourites( we have many) Parlatuvier! School right on beach and quaint village. For the folks who need resorts and catering you will not find them on these beaches. At the top of the cliff as we were leaving the beach, Glasgow : Paradise bar beckoned us! View amazing and to ...
Better than any story we were reading was the entertainment of the Castara Bay fishermen who were setting out their 160m seine net to capture anchovies. It was a 7 man job! We also discovered that a delicious delicacy of Tobagans is pelican meat. As we were watching the round up of the catch a man threw a short log at the fish raiding pelicans which took one out( see picture). Their hour and a half job yielded only a sand pail of anchovies. Rick ...
Started the day with coffees and binoculars admiring the abundance of birds and their morning chatter! After a relaxing start to the day( Rene and Rick under the weather) we searched out some close by beaches and bobbed for a bit plus our ...
... first privateers were 'semi-licensed' by the governments of France, England and Holland and directed to hijack the Spanish caravelles and return the booty to the 'licensing' Court. Around the middle of the 17th century, coinciding with the cessation of the wars in Europe, privateers became pirates, outlaws beholden to no one other than the members of their fleet. The pirate fleet was a democracy; the captain was elected and grievances were submitted in ...