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... in there. I got back home by 4ish, had a little nap and got up in time to go to football training... the fitness side was a nightmare; 30+°s and doing real exercise for the first time 3 months, but other than that I was pleased to see my ability hadn't completely deserted me. Four of us went out for a few drinks and some food that was far too spicy for me after training, before Jabz and I made our way home. Jabz's mum took me on another little tour in the ...
... is raised on vines running along trellises which perch on the steep hillside. To harvest, one walks under the vines (which are only about four feet off the ground), reaching up and picking the produce.
Eventually, we arrived at the town of Brasso Seco (which literally means "dry branch" but refers to a person exiled from the community rather than a dried up river) where we stopped for drinks. Then, we continued up a very bad ...
Another early start, following a 6am microwave pinging wake
up call. Was at the bus station before 8am but a complete waste of time as the
ticket booth doesn't open til 8 on a Saturday and the bus left at 8 – the next
wasn’t til 9 though no-one will tell you that – the ticket person can’t be
bothered and information don’t seem to work at that hour and the timetables
shown are only for weekdays.
It’s a ...
... least. There were times that I looked up, and my Grandmother was up dancing (or as we say wining in Trinidad) and she had such a look of joy on her face. The dance floor stayed packed the whole night. Then came dinner. All I can say is that I have a new recipe! They had of course the traditional West Indian food like rice, stew chicken, potato salad, macaroni, and more. But the best was the fresh hand made Roti, and different curries like curry ...
... was flat and the walking was easy. Our first destination was Victoria Square, a block square size park that was just over a mile from the ship. The weather was different from other Caribbean ports not in the temperature, but due to the fact the Trinidad was just beginning its dry season that would last thru summer. There were still a few rain clouds that could be seen off shore but those clouds were content to remain far off shore. A light breeze cooled ...
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