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... in which they continuously update HH on how their families are doing. One such recipient just had their daughter graduate university! Now I haven't blogged yet as I wasn't sure if you were at all interested in what I have been doing in my days prior to the reason you have sent me here. However, here is a little about my time in Trinidad so far if you ARE interested.... I was in a swamp to see birds. And saw birds. And snakes. And Cayman (like alligators). At dusk ...
... 8211; extra 4 tt$ for an air
conditioned lounge with toilets, over airconditioned bus, a complete waste of
time boarding pass, a snotty driver (who told me to do up my daypack as the zip
was open an inch!) and some dubious music selections.
Took a detour on the way (not!) back to Pearls and found the
much feted Breakfast Shed – nice location on the water overlooking some
atmospheric rusting hulks but the food options a little uninspiring.
DAY 9 …… January 26th ……. At Sea
A pleasant day cruising East along the Venezuelan coast ending with an enjoyable cocktail hour mingling with the crew.
DAY 10 …… January 27th ….. Port of Spain, Trinidad
What a great day ……… a reunion with old, old friends …. Janet Scott and June Alexis-Matthew … from our days traveling to Port ...
... we planned to head north after South America and fly back to the UK from somewhere in the United States so we were only interested in a one way flight to South America. For some reason they seem to want to discourage one-way travellers, so those same routes cost about £850 per person just for a single, and singles to other destinations in South America are similarly priced.
Fortunately we stumbled upon a new route recently started up by Caribbean Airlines, which allowed us to ...
... benches), concrete floor (in Georgetown, wooden floorboards), steel girders (only wood in Georgetown).