Hostal Maria y Enddy
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... hope the ones in business stop, not just some likely lad, as seemed to be the case this time – he certainly tried in on in regards of the price, which I agreed before getting in, not knowing the airport was less than 2 miles away. Then he tried to suggest he could meet me in South America as a woman would enjoy her travels much more with a man for company!!
Conviasa came up trumps and got me safely (despite the hideous cheese roll “snack” on the plane) and even ...
... at 3pm having been
waiting for 2 hours!
By the time I got back I was ready for a refreshing drink –
took a while to find a not very supermarket (coffee filters but no coffee!) to
find they don’t sell beer. All the rum shops, which I’d identified all sold
beer, were near the market – eventually found it in a petrol station at £1 a
pop for just 275ml – good job I’m not staying long!
... a Crocodile fish and finally saw a huge Green eel with its head sticking out from under the rocks! I think I have definitely been spoilt by the Galapagos now and the dives were great fun but very different to seeing Hammerheads, big sharks and other stuff! I was told that occasionally Tobago gets Whale Sharks but after talking to a few of the locals and dive guides I think that it is just a myth and it got me excited over nothing! After the dive the Americans I was diving with gave ...
Our first day with out Dad/Mike.......where to start,
Well the day started at 4:00 am your time 6:00 am our time. That in its self is crazyness. Mike left for work at 6:45, to get to work for 8:00...again crazy! But as it turns out, because he left before the traffic got crazy, it only took him half an hour.
That left only 11 hours till he got home (not that we were counting..lol) I ...
... in his hand and presented me with one. "Q, for your last night, we're going to have a turtle race." We kneeled down in the sand, set out our two mini-Leatherbacks, and watched them twiddle across the sand, looping this way and that, catching their teeny flippers in bits of seaweed, and finally getting swept away by the incoming tide. My hatchling kicked ass.
My last nesting leatherback was in an area called "Paradise," which is a misnomer because Paradise is the ...
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed