Wednesday, May 24, 2017

The Best Airport Food: Trinidad’s POS

After arriving from Tobago, I had two hours before my flight to FLL. Instead of heading for the Priority Pass Lounge, I went to the outside food court for a last minute taste of...

Miller’s Guesthouse Tobago: Chill Spot

If you're looking for a name brand resort in Tobago, you won't find one. Following my trip to Cyprus, I vowed not to spend a lot of money on non-brand hotels. There, I spent $150...

Hyatt Place Fort Lauderdale 17th Street: Convenient to FLL And Cinco De Mayo

You can't beat the Hyatt Place when it's a cash and points deal. $55 + 4k points is one of the best values in the points world.

Caribbean Airlines to Tobago: $24 for Convenience

One last stop at Avenue for drinks and it was off to the airport to catch my island hopper flight to Tobago. Flights run all day and are $24 one way. My flight was...

Hyatt Regency Trinidad: A Little Bad, Mostly Good

As a blogger, I write reviews based on my experience. As TPOL, I say what I want to say, regardless if it is popular or not. My stay at the Hyatt Regency Trinidad was as bit of good and and a bit of bad. And that's okay.

LIAT from Barbados to Trinidad: Short, Sweet, Cheap

It's only an hour from BGI to POS. We took LIAT which cost $106/pax. The plane is an ATR 42-600 prop plane. ‎Nothing spectacular to discuss. It took off and landed safely. The bags were free...

Radisson Barbados: Beach Club Or Resort?

The question of this trip is not whether the Radisson Barbados is a nice hotel. The question is whether it is worth staying at a nice hotel or whether is better to save those points and pay for day passes at a beach club. Before I get into that, let's talk hotel.

JetBlued to Barbados

‎Hello from Barbados. I just took the red-eye flight from JFK here. The flight is four hours and fifty minutes. For a cost of 7800 points, I was fine flying economy. I slept most of...

Priority Pass Lounge of the Year? Guadalajara, Mexico

I left for the airport early because traffic in Guadalajara is a nightmare. (see Guadalajara Travel Guide) I arrived promptly only to find out that my flight was delayed for hours. No worries, there was a Priority Pass Lounge that was Lounge of the Year in 2016.

The Westin Guadalajara: The Other Option

Westins feel like home. They're comfortable and familiar. The Westin Guadalajara had the chic appeal of a W, without the IKEA furniture and unremarkable service.
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