PIGEON POINT HERITAGE PARK AND ENVIRONS, TOBAGO, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
Looking for a short stay without much of anything planed, some simple ideas to pass some 48 hours odd hours roaming slowly during the day and enjoying tranquil nights in the Village of Castara, Tobago.
It’s early around 6.30/ 7am. It’s Saturday. You are in the twin island republic of Trinidad and Tobago. To be exact you are in the smaller of the two islands, Tobago. Head over to Pigeon Point Road. At that time the strip is laced with locals cleaning, cutting and preparing freshly caught fish for purchase. Stand on the shore enjoy the water. The seagulls. The sky. Chat a little. As minutes pass it literally transforms into a fish market.
Head further in towards
the Pigeon Point Heritage Park. No need to entire the actual Heritage Park compound just yet, wander along the shore line just before their gates. Peace. Quiet and Tranquil.
Hungry yet? Try the breakfast at The Original House of Pancakes. They open as early as 7.30 am latest 8am. Try the Tobago Fruit Omelette. It’s an interesting combination of fruit, spices and eggs.
After your bellyful head back to the Heritage Park. Enter. Secure your beach chairs and spend time leisurely sun or shade bathing. Drink. Lay out. Sleep.
Try the padded chairs there are worth the couple extra dollars. Go over to the bar and try the “Bacchanal Woman”.
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