Trinidad & Tobago Information
Scarborough is a small town, but the biggest one on Tobago. There are, of course, bars and restaurants throughout the town, but Tobago is quiet and laid back, especially in comparison to Port of Spain. The Blue Crab is one place I recall that was fun. The nightlife on Tobago is not terribly lively.
Jemma's Sea View Restaurant near Speyside has great food, though service is slow and there's no alcohol served. But you can get a table on their treetop platform and look out over the ocean!
I would just show up in Charlotteville (northwest) and get one of the fishermen to take me out to Little Tobago... They can also take you to secluded beaches.
Cheap food - try the Roti stands, you'll find them everywhere. Scarborough has some horrible fast-food places where you pick what you want from a heated display case. I'd stay away from those
Good drinking places - try Sunday School in Buccoo village, it's a weekly party. Tobago is really sleepy... and people tend to just hang out by their boats and drink all day. I hope you like rum
But if any of you guys want to see REAL Trinidad , there is only one plac to go - Chateau Guillaumme Comfort Zone Bed & Breakfast.
They will pick you up from the airport, and their guesthouse is VERY nice, clean, and the bargain prices include breakfest!! And Matthew, the best guide EVER, will take to the most amazing places and show you Trinidad from a completely unexpected side. Wonderful person - after only 3 days I we treated him as a close friend, and in these 3 days I found out more about Trinidad than in 7 days about tobago...
Here's link to their website: http://www.caribsurf.net/cguillaumme/
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