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what to do? tobago hotels...

I posted another version of this question a few days ago, but I recieved no response. Oh, well. In any case, part of the original question still stands- has anyone been to Ocean Point? Is it woth it? They have a package that includes car rental and it sounds very convienient (and inexpensive).
The hotel we're leaning towards more now, though, is Kariwak Village. The only issue I have with it, though, is that it isn't right on the beach. It's alright, though, we don't really go to the beach as it is now, and we live in Florida...it's maybe 15 miles away, and we never go. So, if it was a decision between Kariwak or Ocean Point, which would YOU choose? Anyone?
thanks,
steph

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