Iv King'S Guesthouse
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Monday 8th was another chilled day, I did some reading in the hammock and watched a bit of tv. Jabz's brother, Satori, came back from studying in England and I chatted to him for a while during which time we drank some horrible boxed wine which I don't think either of us really enjoyed. Nothing was going on in the evening so Jabz and I went to watch a film called Lucy at Movie Towne, a complex with bars, a cinema and ...
... above sea level. I don't know the size of the footprint of the hill, but something under 80 acres would be a guess. I was excited about this visit because as a boy I had spent many hours ascending and descending its steep slopes.
During the Second World War, the Americans built fortified gun emplacements at the summit, from which vantage they were able to control much of the Gulf of Paria. Germany was interested in the area because of the oil resources ...
... 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 – ...
... Again there were some amazing views.
Curtis took us to his favourite Roti place for some take away. This was very interesting. It's a concoction of curried meat of your choice, pureed pumpkin, spinach like substance and local vegetables. It was pretty good. We could only eat a small amount because it was spicy.
Saturday the three of us headed off to Pitch Lake. The largest natural asphalt pit. There ...
... 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 ...