Sunday, December 8, 2019

Where to Eat And Drink in Trinidad

All you need to do if you're hungry or thirsty in Trinidad is head to Avenue. Call the Uber and get there ASAP. Hot dogs and pizza are not in short supply. However, there are local favorites that should not be missed.

Outstaying Your Welcome: Hyatt Trinidad Says No Pool Access

I was at Maracas Beach in Trinidad and returned to the Hyatt to kill some time before my 1AM flight to Tobago. I hadn't had a chance to check out the pool so I thought...

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.

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...

Crab & Dumplings Tobago: Forget It!

Crab and dumplings, crab and dumplings. Jerry, when you gonna see the baby! Everyone in Trinidad and Tobago hyped up crab and dumplings which is specially made in Tobago in Crown Point.

Trinidad & Tobago: Dangerous? Nonsense

If you read the #fakenews on the Internet, you would believe that Trinidad & Tobago are dangerous, especially Trinidad. There are articles about tourists being killed by machetes and robbed in broad daylight. There...

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...

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...

Visiting Every Island in the Caribbean: TPOL’s Latest Trip Report

Courtesy of Caribbeanislands.com, here are the choices. It's an interesting list because it denotes the islands' sovereignty and it provides me a new goal besides padding my country count list (see Where I've been). 

How to Book Trinidad’s Carnival Last Second for Free*

It was the Thursday before Fat Tuesday and I had nothing to do after an arduous round of golf in Puerto Rico. Anxious from retirement life, I hopped on IG to see what the real world was doing.
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