The Villas At Stonehaven

Grafton Road, Black Rock, Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago, Caribbean | 5 star hotel
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Tobago farewell

A travel blog entry by andy_n


This was going to be our last full day in Tobago so we fired up the mighty Suzuki and headed up the northwestern coast, in the direction of Plymouth. We weren't going to go very far; the rest of the family had made the great circle tour of the island in their outing yesterday, and the Suzuki was not the right appliance for twisty-road travel. But during yesterday's circuit they had spotted some interesting beaches and we thought ...

Bachacks on parade

A travel blog entry by andy_n


... species, iguanas and the endless array of flora unique to this amazing UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Lindrena was particularly taken by the parade of leaf-cutter ants, known locally as "bachacks" that marched considerable distances along well worn paths, carrying their green burdens like huge parasols back to their nests.

Just by-the-way, the serendipitous choice of guide was one of the great success stories of our trip. ...

Out on the reef

A travel blog entry by andy_n


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The Nylon Pool is essentially a coral-sand sandbar, created, one supposes, by the way tidal and other currents intermingle at this particular point on the reef system. The sandbar is quite shallow, generally not much more than three feet deep. Its lack of depth allows it to absorb the sun's heat making it significantly warmer than other places on the reef. It is, therefore, a delightful place for swimming and dabbling and even non-swimmers can enjoy the pleasure. The ...

In the shelter of the reef

A travel blog entry by andy_n


... Good stuff!

For lunch we went to a buffet-type restaurant at the end of the Point. It featured excellent Caribbean delicacies such as king fish, curried chicken, peas and rice and good salads. It was great.

Following a welcome nap the group spent the afternoon pool-side before going out to the Kariwak Inn for dinner. Highly recommended. King fish. Starting to get the hang of wheelbarrow driving on the wrong side of the road.


On the beach

A travel blog entry by andy_n


We were greeted this morning with a rap at the hotel door and the sight of two young faces beaming from ear to ear. Alison had arrived with Lindrena and James sometime around midnight, after a fourteen hour journey from Sault Ste Marie. We expected the kids to be fatigued by the long journey and late night - but they were excited and raring to go. A quick trip to the airport, a short plane ride and the six of us were standing in the sunshine in Tobago.


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This 5 star hotel, located on Grafton Road, Black Rock, is near Argyle Waterfall, Nylon Pool, Fort King George, and Store Bay.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding