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Suite - 1 Bedroom
Suite - 2 Bedroom
Based on Double Occupancy
Extra person in room
Map Breakfast & Dinner per person $125.00
All apartments are air-conditioned and contain, colour
TV with 15 satellite stations and fully equipped kitchen.
The daily newspaper is provided complimentary as well
as transport to Pigeon Point Beach and the use of 100 ft
long swimming pool with wet bar 50 x 20 swimming
pools also available, 2 jacuzzi, mini gym on site.
Every Wednesday there is also a complimentary
Manager's Rum Punch for all guests. 10% Government
Tax applicable on room and meals. 15% vat on food.
10% Service charge on room
Reservation only- 384-8851-52
Call 639-8533/4, 639-8391 or your local travel agents.
Rent your car or jeep from Sweet Jeeps and get complimen-
tary pick-up at the airport.
STEAK & LOBSTER GRILL on the beach for the best
steak & lobster on the Island.
Complimentary admission to the Deep
The Liming Spot of Sandy Spot Point Village
The Deep Pub Disco
www.sandypoint.net Email: email@example.com
2 NIGHTS/ 3DAYS
TT$2304.00 (DOUBLE OCCUPANCY)
Extra Night: TT$1152.00 PER PERSON
15th September 2015 - 15th December 2014
Refreshing Caribbean cocktail on check-in
Superior Room accommodation with private balcony
Full Mt Irvine breakfast in our Historic 17th century
Sugar MilI Restaurant
Two rounds of golf with golf Cart and reserved tee times
Club cleaning and storage
Service charge and government taxes on packages features.
2 Nights/3 Days ................................. TT$1725.00
Extra Night ............................. .... ....... TT$863.OO
Mount Irvine Bay Hotel:
Tel: 639-8871/2/3, Fax: 639-8800
Or Your Travel Agent
All Major Credit Cards, Cash and Linx are accepted
MT IRVINE BAY HOTEL LIMITED TOBAGO
HOLIDAY PACKAGE 2014
(2 NIGHTS & 3 DAYS)
15th September 2014 - 15th December 2014
Single Occupancy @ TT$$1208.00, Extra Night @ TT$604.00 Per Night
Double Occupancy @ TT$1498.00, Extra Night @ TT$750.00 Per Night
KIDS 1-4 Years Old: Free
2 Adults & 1 Child in room: TT$1883.00, Extra nights @ 942.00
2 Adults & 2 Kids in room: TT$2270.00, Extra nights @ TT$1135.00
* Refreshing Caribbean Fruit/rum swizzle on check-in
* Superior room accommodation with private balcony
* Full Mt Irvine Breakfast daily in our 17th century Sugar
* Service charge and Government taxes
FOR RESERVATIONS. PLEASE CALL
Mount Irvine Bay Hotel
Tel:639-8871/2/3, Fax: 639-8800
YOUR TRAVEL AGENT
All maior Credit cards, Cash and Linx are accepted
"Go for views plus tour of small fort"
This is the best location for early history and a free tour
guide was helpful. Not overwhelming at if for nothing else,
go for the view of Scarborough and the ocean (Trinidad
can be see in the distance on a clear day). There is a mu-
seum that closes as 4:30 p.m. Around 10 original cannons
are on display, one wall, and the restored Powder building
along with some good plaques describing a few locations.
It will take about 30 min to one hour to visit. The hospital
on site just closed and it will be under restoration to the
original fort buildings probably over the next decade.
Reviewed by Travler8 - January 6, 2013
Visited January 2013.
TripAdvisor has its eyes on Tobago and several of
the island's tourism establishments have been
awarded certificates of excellence for their reported
first-rate quality and service to visitors. More and
more persons traveling to Tobago are expressing
their satisfaction with the island's accommodation,
entertainment, and natural environment wonders, on
TripAdvisor. Here's one such review.
Cocoa has been grown on the is-
land for many years. And now
that people really appreciate great
tasting dark chocolate, Tobago fi-
nally offers a gourmet chocolate
bar totally made here from bean
to wrapped bar! This is thanks to
the long term perseverance of
Clement Olando Bobb who has
spent the last seven years turning
himself into a "bean to bar" choco-
late maker! But making hand-
made chocolate bars is far from
Every step of the process en-
hances the flavour of the final prod-
uct which is why you start with a
really flavoursome bean. The best is
Trinitario which is indigenous to
Trinidad and Tobago. Clement's
beans are organic and single estate
sourced from the Louis D'Or Estate
in Tobago, recognised and awarded
as a world-class quality cocoa at
the Cocoa of Excellence Awards
2011 at the Salon du Chocolat,
Paris. There are two types of bean:
one with a citrusy flavour and the
other with a dried fruity flavour, the
mix of these varies as will the re-
sultant chocolate. A new variety
specific to Tobago, a Crillo (Creole)
pod with white and purple (the nor-
mal colour) beans with a wonderful
flavour, is in the process of propa-
Pods are harvested when they
turn from green to purple and then
to a beautiful yellow/orange colour
and the beans can be carefully re-
moved. After this the real work be-
First step is the fermentation
process: fermentation is done in a
three high stacked box system. The
beans cascade from one to the next
over a seven-day period. This
process kills the germinating seed
and allows natural yeasts to grow
to produce the flavour.
The beans are then dried for
seven days, slowly for the first 4
days and then full sun for the last 3
days. In the past they were placed
on a shallow floor beneath a roof on
rails so that they could be covered
if rain should fall. Charlotteville has
a number of these still standing.
The dry beans are then roasted
at a specific temperature and
cooled immediately to get that in-
tense flavor from the roasted
The beans are now cracked and
winnowed to remove the husks,
after which you have the 'nibs'.
These now have the real chocolate
flavour, all the bitterness of the
original bean has gone.
Finally the nibs are stone ground
producing the cocoa liquor as the
cocoa butter is released. Unrefined
sugar is now added and it is then
left to grind and refine for 72 hours.
After 'ageing' for two weeks, the
chocolate is melted and 'tempered'
giving the bars their trademark
'snap' and 'shine'.
Final stage: unwrap, eat and
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