Iv King'S Guesthouse
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... music and looads of body paint which everyone enjoyed throwing over each other (my previously white vest is now a mixture of red, purple and blue), and when the national anthem played at sunrise, a load of coloured powder appeared and everyone threw it over each other, which together with the paint looked awesome. At 8ish, the gates opened and everyone piled into the sea. We left about 9.30 and I promptly went to sleep. The only time I left the house on ...
... While our local friends reveled over school-lunches of something called "doubles," we were eating peanut butter and jam sandwiches.
So it turns out that "doubles" were the invention of a "Mr. Ali" (or his brother-in-law, depending on who you believe) who lived in Princess Town, a small village about 12 miles out of San Fernando. The concoction consisted of two flour-dough "bakes," sandwiching a thick curried channa and potato mixture, sort of a ...
... of his hand and took us through “Marlin City” and “Barracuda Alley” during the morning. Although we didn’t have much bait or much time we did reasonably well – I caught a medium size Barracuda and Delroy managed to pick up a big one. It took maybe 10 minutes to reel it in fully and it was about 4 foot long, jumping out of the water as it wrestled against the line! It was going on the BBQ that evening and was easily enough to feed 10 people – ...
... day by the pool and then the deck.
We move next Saturday, thank goodness. Just a heads up.....they really didn`t have a place for us. We are presently working with a real estate agent in Tobago to find us a place. Lucky for us there is a place in the plantation......lucky for someone...lol
We`ll keep you posted on our on going saga
And that was our weekend
Till next time
... craft kiosks that were set up just outside of the port building. We saw various items of interest in the kiosks, but we had a long way to go and many stores to visit before we could select items to buy. Just outside of the port area was the Independence Square which is a beautiful street reminiscent of Barcelona's main street from the harbor in that it had a large wide center section that was for pedestrians. It was like a large narrow park between two ...