Like so much in the West Indies, there are hidden gems tucked away in unsuspecting spots. Step into this humble looking building and find local treasures worth taking home: pretty local paintings, historical, children's story and cookery books, cards, and even a book exchange. A few steps to the left and the sweetest restaurant. Take a seat besides the cat basking in the shade, find yourself soothed by the tumbling waves and kick back to enjoy delicious local fare, made to order. Giselle and her team took time to explain and answer all our questions with enthusiasm in laid back Caribbean style. We ordered so much it was time to lime the afternoon away. On a side note, being originally a Brit I loved the carved wooden 'loo' sign, classic! And the artistic fabric covered roofing overhead. Check out next door's 'Being with Horses', that too a very special Tobago experience. You'd be mad to miss out on Shore Things, its a gem!
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