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... to lie as the sun came out but soon after closing my eyes we hit a wave which came over and soaked us. After a couple more soaks we retreated to the shelter of the back of the boat. It took us just over 3 hours of sailing until we reached the northern islands of Tobago Cays. The area is made up of 5 islands with the most crystal clear, beautifully blue water and stunning coral reefs. One of the islands, Petit Tabac, is where Pirates of the ...
... to crack open they are harvested using long (15') bamboo poles and ladders. The seed are removed, steamed to remove the covering called Lacy, dried, and finally ground. The drying today still occurs in the open air, however the grinding wheel shown was in operation since the late 1700's. It has been modernized. The water wheel was supplied by an aqueduct running from a man-made damn from high above. Once ground, the spice was shipped around the world. ...
... why people don't use concrete roofs here, since there's danger of hurricanes" "The concrete roof makes the house a lot hotter than the metal roof does" he explains. His son joins us and takes a turn at the guitar. There's something inspiring about this simple, hard working family... growing their own food... building their own houses... practicing a faith outside of the mainstream. But I still have to wonder... with 10 kids--what kind of future does this country offer ...
... t mean he doesn't have time to stop to listen to some music, and even try out the guitar himself. And he gives me some important insights into farming in Grenada "We grow our food and send it to Trinidad to be canned and packaged and sold back to us much more expensive... we should be able to do that ourselves. Under Maurice Bishop it wasn't like this--we had our own factories and canneries--but that's all gone now." Later I talk to Kim about this to ...
... of sludge in them and we have been hesitant to run them below 30%, lest we suck the **** into our engines. We stayed for two days to have the work done and made a trip to Annandale Falls. On the way out we dropped the lines in the water and had some success...