The British woman who was injured during a robbery around the Queen's Park Savannah last week, says she would like to return to Trinidad and Tobago some day.
72-year-old Sally Wilson and her husband, Michael, have returned home.
The couple departed for the UK yesterday.
Port-of-Spain mayor Joel Martinez said he met the couple over the weekend.
He posted about the visit on Facebook.
"I did apologise on behalf of the city of Port-of-Spain for the incident that occurred," Martinez said.
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is (TTPS) is actively investigating a report of robbery with violence against a cruise ship passenger who was touring Port of Spain yesterday.
According to police reports, the 72-year-old victim and her 74-year-old husband, both of the United Kingdom, were sitting on a bench in the vicinity of the St. Ann’s roundabout around 12noon on Boxing Day when they were approached by a man armed with a knife.
The man attempted to take the victim’s bag from her possession by cutting at the strap with the knife.
A tourist was killed by a tiger and another seriously injured after getting out of their car while touring a safari park in China.
An investigation was launched into the deadly incident at the Badaling Wildlife Park in Beijing.
Surveillance video captured the moment when two visitors in the front seats of a white sedan reportedly got into an argument while driving through the tiger enclosure on Saturday.
In the video, a woman is seen getting out of the car and walking around to the driver's side door when a tiger suddenly attacks her from behind and drags her off.