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... to the Waterloo Temple (6tt$) (Temple in the Sea
as many locals know it to distinguish it from numerous other local temples).
It may once have been an idyllic spot with views back to POS
but now boasts a concrete causeway and a very uninspiring little temple.
Couldn’t even see them burning anyone though one of yesterday’s was still
smoking! Had gone past one yesterday on the bus – quite a lavish shindig and at
least 2 corpes judging ...
... the only brand available in the local supermarket is ***** so I’m
sticking to the instant for now.
Too tired to undertake the planned trip so decided to head
to the beach – Maracas Bay is the best one within “easy” striking distance of
POS. It was a pleasant stroll around the market trying to find where the
appropriate maxi taxi there departed from – when I did, I discovered it would
... authorities, and the tension mounted leading to the Canboulay riots. It was eventually banned, and then was re established as Jouvert.
The spectacular costumes represent characters and events from the history and folklore. Moko Jumbie Bats, Bookmen, Baby dolls, jab molassie, devil mas are all traditional Carnival characters that capture the elements of the past, and continue to tell the ...
... enough is called Scarborough) to a small, very pretty fishing town called Charlotteville. The journey took 2 hours but only cost 80p! I then walked along a track through the rainforest to a stunning cove called Pirates Bay. Hardly any people apart from some local guys selling Papaya and spear fishing. The beach had golden sand, clear turqoise water and was surrounded by the rainforest. I think it may have entered my top 10 all time favourite beaches although the ...
I decided to take advantage of my paid vacation and spend two weeks in Trinidad and Tobago. My good friend Kevin Fortune, who I met in college, is from Trinidad and was a phenomenal tour guide. I stayed away from computers, cell phones and any reading materials related to the economy and/or the environment.