Scott House

Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago | Villa
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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


... of one Elvis Jack as a certified tour guide, so we connected with him to arrange a three-hour exploration of this habitat. Sadly, mobility issues made it impossible for me to accompany the group on this journey.

The family set off with their guide at 6:30am for the two-hour drive to the central ridge of the island. They returned at mid-afternoon with breathless tales of caymans, agouties, various raptors, parrots and ...

Out on the reef

A travel blog entry by andy_n


... Pescador restaurant that had a good reputation for seafood. We eventually found it, after several blind alley forays in very rural Tobago. It definitely had promise, being located directly upon a fisherman's wharf where today's catch was being off-loaded and cleaned, but there was no available seating. We made reservations for Thursday evening and returned to Store Bay where we settled for dhalpuri roti at the Trinibago Curry House. Alison said it was her favorite meal of the trip.

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


... feet away, a small gathering had formed and had set up a huge amplifier powered by a gasoline generator. What followed was eight hours, nonstop, of the world's loudest and most unrecognizable "music." If it had been calypso, I'd have gotten it. Reggae, OK. But this was just a primitive "whoompa whoompa" with screamed lyrics in totally unknown languages, if languages they were, accompanied by electronic noisemaking of the most shrill and rancorous ilk. It was ...


This villa, located in Tobago, is near Little Tobago, Pirate's Bay, Goat Island, and Batteaux Bay.
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