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... feel like I'm choking on my own liver. Moreover, drunk homeless people have started following me, perhaps because they believe that I am actually a walking bottle of white rum. I certainly have the complexion for it.
3) A Proportionally Sane Population
I have described at length some of the antics of the people of Tobago previously in this blog, ranging from erotic Twerk-o-thons, to worshipping at the ...
Did you know?
Tobago is home to around 220 species of bird, including some not regularly seen in Trinidad, such as the Red-Crowned Woodpecker, the White-tailed Sabrewing, the Red-billed Tropic Bird and the turkey-like Chachalaca, which is commonly known as the Cocrico?
No, of course you didn't. That piece of information is utterly useless for anyone who is ...
... for a small Caribbean island, there seems to be a lot of sand. In my opinion, there is actually too much: it feels like I'm living in a giant hour glass that is forever ticking down to some kind of sand dune apocalypse. 'Mr Sandman' does not bring anyone a dream here, he just brings an experience similar to full-body dandruff. This must be what it is like to live inside Anne Widdecombe's vagina
Despite all the odds, there are a ...
... my apparently 'irrational' fear of open water. One may question the logic in my decision to visit an island surrounded by open water for my elective: but isn't that what the elective is all about: facing your fears? With this attitude in mind, I've booked in to wrestle a giant spider and go parachute jumping with a few dementors next week.
I recently watched a documentary about marine life in the Caribbean. Whilst there are apparently no Great White Sharks, there do seem to ...
... a local to repeat what they said for a maximum of two times, before responding with "yes", and hoping for the best
- Demonstrate ability to allow a pestering group of local children to play with your iPhone, only to remember with terror that it contains pictures of you 'blacked up' only two weeks earlier
- Demonstrate understanding that the practicalities of updating a travel blog every two days are unrealistic and tiresome for both writer and reader