Hostal Maria y Enddy
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... 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 ...
... as I could but there was no bar, just people hassling me, so I turned round and went back to the safer part of the beach.
The next couple of hours, I sat with the look of a puppy dog waiting for a mini bus ride back to Port of spain. I waited and waited, and well, there was nothing else I could do. If it got dark, I'd have to grab a taxi or try thumb a lift, but after a couple of hours, one turned up and I sat next to some big ...
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 ...
The Trinidad and Tobago Carnival is celebrated two days before Ash Wednesday.
Carnival in Trinidad and Tobago is the most significant event on the islands' cultural and tourism calendar, with numerous cultural events running in the lead up to the street parade on Carnival Monday and Tuesday. It is said that if the islanders are not celebrating it, then they are preparing for it, while reminiscing ...
... a few to document on our last night, including a batch of hatchlings that burst through their sandy chamber on the beach in front of us. We watched them scrambling on top of each other, bubbling out into the humid night air, and we lit them up with dim red lights to be sure that no one accidentally trampled them. Nature Seeker Don (who incidentally has a pet squirrel that he keeps in his left pants pocket--and yes, I actually mean a squirrel) came over to me with two of ...
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