It was a disappointment as there weren't any tourist type shopping as we had been told. It was interesting to see the center of the city
I just passed through the promenade named after a famous cricket player and i notice people on the street,beggars actually.What they're doin in the middle of POS? look like a place where commuters go through to go to work.Not impressed.
It's an ok place but you will see vagrants lying around. Some elderly people go there to sit and lime for a bit. Be careful while walking here as ever so often you hear of pickpockets. I usually pass through here while in POS for work; either walking through or driving by. Not somewhere that I would sit and relax.
This is not a place I would visit as a tourist, I only go there when I have errands to run that can't be done anywhere else. To my mind, the area looks shabby and unattractive, and there is always some risk of running into a pickpocket, so not a place I could go to for relaxation. If you are... More
Seems like a nice place. Very busy though and close to shopping centers and banks. I stayed at the Hyatt which is within walking distance. The ferry terminal is also close by. Can take pics here.
Its clean and you can sit and play chess or dominos as the table have built in games on them, the statue of Brian Lara the world's greatest cricketer is an the end closet to the port on wrightson road...perfect for relaxation...
I was born in this tropical paradise and now live in America. I can't remember visiting the promenade when I was a girl but my curiosity took me on an adventure. I was quite impressed with the collage of art that was exhibited there by local artist. Omitting the one vagrant lying on a bench in the distance, we sat... More
Like the scenery and hospitality of drivers when crossing the busy roads, and citizens when asking for directions or passing them.
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