Iv King'S Guesthouse
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... not surprised, to see that a coconut tree I had planted in 1958 was now a rotting stump lying on the ground in the back yard. The stable where I kept my donkey, Trigger, and where Mary kept her goats, was long gone.
The good news was that the complex seems to be flourishing, the old wooden buildings all having been replaced by sturdy, well maintained concrete block structures. A down side, again not surprising, was that all buildings, once open ...
... don’t give up that easily as you will find out later.
The next morning was an early start as I had been persuaded to go on a 6am deep sea fishing trip to get revenge on the infamous ‘Barracuda that got away’ the day before. I slept through my alarm but Brandon woke me up anyway and then we walked down with some serious fishing gear to see our captain and boat charter for the morning. Brandon does a lot of fishing and is accustom to catching 6-10ft Marlin on ...
... This doesn't work out. I give in and know the solution will come to me later in the day. So, I didn't make it to Maracas Beach. I stayed in the city of Port of Spain, took some pictures and then tried to find another Internet cafe that the tourist information told me about. I walked around for thirty minutes trying to find it but it was not in the area they described. Then I was approached. Some friendly guy called Markas, he made some brief ...
... 1/2 hours at 10am. Usually it takes 35 minutes. Was busy, busy, busy.
2) Delta Flights have touch screens on the back of each seat. You can choose to watch movies, television shows, or satellite TV, listen to radio, or full albums, and play trivia against other passengers. I played games, and watched CLASSIC ESPN sports, which was a home run derby ...
Merry Christmas everyone!
I was having a very lovely morning sat at the waterside in the sun eating a fruit platter, drinking some green tea and writing my journal when I heard a bit of a commotion from the fishermans pier in front of where I was sitting. The fisherman had caught a turtle and it was now lying on its back flapping about. Then a guy with a big machete arrived and chopped its head off.....oh my god!!! This is the first wild turtle I have ever seen and I have just ...