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Travel Blogs from Port of Spain
... the park and sunset, with lots of
birdsong and later, bat song.
Sunday is probably not the best day to travel especially on public transport, but given the rip off the local taxis are to the airport, just had to make sure I left in time. Flagging one down to get to the bus station and then finding the correct maxi taxi to the junction near the airport went fine. The problem is always the route taxis, identifying one in the first place – I just wave at any ...
... be hot
underfoot and the waters would be warm but it is cool until heated by the sun.
Thankfully I’d stopped for a late breakfast of “doubles”
though I’d only had a single one, a fried roti like bread smothered in a runny
veggie curry usually – tasty but pretty hard to eat without wearing it! The
dining options in town were so uninspiring I gave it a miss and got out of
Tried the deluxe non-stop ...
... leave. But
you then can’t get back over lunchtime when they all seem to take a long break
but there is a small window in the afternoon when they will run but soon stop
as there is liitle demand after mid afternoon.
I, and several other people had a very long wait to return
to POS – I had been keeping an eye out and several had passed going out of town
but not a single one towards town – eventually ...
... one would think everyone is drinking whiskey shots!
We arrived in Port of Spain shortly before 11:00. After breezing through immigration and customs we were met by our driver. In answer to my question, the driver told us gasoline was about $2.50 per liter. That equates to roughly $0.40 U.S., so a gallon of gas is about $1.50!! That is a real deal compared to Georgetown and the U.S.
Riding in the car it ...
... have been wonderful, inspiring, and adventurous, this change to English now marks a turning point for this trip, we are heading slowly home via Miami, Los Angeles, New Zealand and Cook Islands. We'll be in Adelaide for Christmas, to meet our new Granddaughter, Bethany and back in Perth Boxing Day.
From now on English will be spoken, menus understood, pepper will accompany salt on the table, and best of all no more toilet ...