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Scarborough (Trinidad and Tobago)

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Scarborough is the main city on the island of Tobago, part of Trinidad and Tobago, a Caribbean country.

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Scarborough is the gateway to Tobago. The airport is not here. Chances are, you are going to have to pass through Scarborough on your way to one of the resorts. the airport is at Crown Point.

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Buccoo Reef is a natural coral reef on the North Coast of Tobago. Glass Bottom Boat tours are available from Pigeon Point and Store Bay. The nylon pool is an area of shallow water on top of the reef. The water is crystal clear and looks like fishing line nylon, hence the name. A glass bottom boat tour will take you there and allow you to bathe

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  • Salsa Kitchen Tapas Restaurant, 8 Pump Mill Road, +868 639-1522, [1]. Not a typical tourist type restaurant, tucked away on a side street in the outskirts of Scarborough, some taxi drivers call it the hidden kitchen. By reservation only, small and intimate, there are only 5 tables, seating a maximum of 20 at a time. Seating is on a terrace illuminated by miniature lights, surrounded by enormous greenery and banana trees. The food is all cooked fresh to order, coming mainly in Tapas style. A variety of different dishes including, fish, pork, beef tenderloin, shrimp, garlic bread, salads, pizza, lobster and scallops are available. Many of the dishes are Creole in flavor with a Caribbean twist. There is a small bar featuring a wide range of rums among the usual beverages and house wine is available by the carafe.  edit

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