Casa Colonial 1830
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... played on! Im praying it looks and sounds as good as my memory of it. So we get back to the car and eventually arrive in darkness at the Iberostar, Trinidad at 6.30pm.
The town is approximately as big as Teignmouth, our home town, but 12,000 people live at totally different ends of the scale. Again the town is made up mainly of tiny shacks, each joined to electricity wires, but you hardly see a lamp. The centre of town ...
Observed having another very nice fruit and omelet breakfast by sparrows and lizards. Morning coffee happened on the terraced stepped plaza next to the church. There were a number of birds there and we caught a glimps of the very small humming bird. We decided to walk up to the ruin of Ermita de la Popa which we had seen from the bell tower terrace the night before. On the way up there were a number of people selling their wares, including an ...
... spent more time with the family my friend knew. They didn't host me but they insisted to have me for dinner and cooked a lot of food for me, felt love with these people.
During my daytime, when I couldn't deal with the super sweaty hot weather I was meeting some more tourists and locals going to the only bar doing something special for the world cup. FYI, all the Cubans supported Brazil.
Rest took, let's go for some more party in ...
Off to the local Trinidad beach today on bus 2cuc return. Rented a beach chair under the palm frond umbrella then went out snorkelling on a catamaran to the reef approx 1k off shore. So snorkelling in the Caribbean today was great. Fish small but the colours wonderful. Really a chilled out day with the French and Germans. No Aussies met yet....maybe thank god..... ...
... of voodoo. Dinner was delicious. Lots of seafood and vegetables. As we sit eating, I spot people walking past with what looks like half a pineapple with what I can only assume is Piņa Colada inside. We finish dinner and find out the place is right next door. How convenient. So I have a pretty strong Pina Colada with white and dark Havana Club rum, condensed milk and pineapple juice for dessert. Served in a pineapple. With a pink straw. And then I nearly trip over the rock behind ...