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... experience while here. We drive into Port of Spain and through the city while Vanessa points out many of the important buildings. Problem with that is, we can’t get photos and a good many of the buildings are behind construction walls or behind fences. Then we climb up the hill to the lookout. This is the Lady Young Lookout and there are a few sales shop kiosks here with drinks and such as well as ...
... I notice right way is, everyone around is either of African, South Asian, or Chinese descent. Despite this being a British colony until just a few decades ago, I do not see a single person of British descent. I immediately realize that this means there is a much different social dynamic here than what I was used to in Mexico. See, in Mexico, the Conquista of 500 years ago still casts a long shadow that can be painfully obvious even today. You will quickly ...
... wait and ended up chatting to a random guy who bought a bottle of rum which we spent the next hour sharing. In the afternoon Satori, Jabz and a tipsy me went to Maracas Bay again for some bake & shark, then, with another bottle of rum, made our way to 3 pools... it's similar to the spring but much better. 3 pools close together, each with a waterfall running into it. They can only be reached by a 20min hike ...
Our flight departed (through Houston) from the International Terminal. We stopped briefly at the Club to grab a yogurt and banana. The flight was boarding when we got to the gate … we were among the last groups to board. The flight was boring, which is good. I read.
At Houston, we had lunch then stopped again at the Club to briefly download any files needed for the next trip. Paul made a phone call. I had been upgraded yesterday and gave my seat ...
... work in places and I made good use of the ropes to help me down and up. The waterfall had a 200 foot drop into a pool that was perfect to cool off in. The second trip was called "A Taste of Trini" and was a day long drive around the island eating as many local foods as we could find. We had 42 different tastes, some Indian, some Carribean, and some just too awful to try! I did eat the barbequed pig tail but drew a line at chicken feet soup!!
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