Carnetta's House & Inn
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'Recall it as often as you wish, a happy memory never wears out' Fudon
In the marshy wetlands is the Caroni Bird Sanctuary, a half hour coach trip from the port where we boarded a flat bottomed steel boat carrying about 30 people and a guide who looked about 70 years old but not only steered the boat but nimbly danced from one end to the other on the edge of the boat in bare ...
... a mini bus to get to the ticket office for the boat, I grab some lunch from a local place in Port of Spain, chicken with some rice and beans. Very very tasty. Probably the kind of food that once might have made me sick, but I'm guessing my stomach is getting stronger these days?
I walk to the sea edge to find the mini buses. They are perfectly air conditioned and only leave when full. Once we go, I have no idea what I am looking for in ...
... issues that they can identify with. In the process, they would be developing their reading and writing skills, using the writing process as they constantly review, edit and publish their work. They can also learn more about the country of Belize and its author, by searching the various websites for information and sharing it with an global audience. It certainly is a valuable instructional tool.
... beautifully. When we got to Quest in late December, I had been hoping for the best – that the work would be done and Quest would be like new, but fearing the worst – weeks more of “living on the hard” while they finish. It was nearly three weeks until the job was completed, but Quest does look pretty!
We had a party in the boatyard to celebrate the end of the work and eminent launching of Quest. We invited our painters, Errol ...
... it better to be safe and arranged to return with the girls to Arima. At this point, Kim, in her over-the-top way, started arguing with Wren because the girls had no money, they'd only come because Wren had promised food and a ride home. The food had never arrived and now he didn't seem to want to find a ride home for them either. After about two hours of waiting and many phone calls, he found that no car he knew wanted to come up because there was a big jam from a ...