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... in the way he does his nest.
A couple of agoutis came along too and were picking fruit up off the ground from where the birds had dropped it. More hummingbirds everywhere you looked – standing on the feeders and just hovering around the feeders while they ate. Remarkable.
This could have been a nice cap to my day but we still had some more sightseeing. We have covered much of the island ...
... night. We must have seen 30 or 40 groups fly by us and settle. Boats finally started leaving. We were one of the last boats to leave. By the time we left, the island was a brilliant Christmas tree with the red ibis just everywhere on it and also quite a few white herons who were not noticed as much when they flew in because the ibis was so spectacular. The Scarlett ibis is Trinidad and Tobago’s ...
... was a light lunch of soup, salad and homemade fruit juice. And another gorgeous digital screen photo display of the 13 species found here at the sanctuary. I also need to point out that this sanctuary is a natural environment - no cages or aviaries anywhere - these little guys hang out here because of the dedication of these property owners who have devoted their lives to the preservation and education of the Hummingbird. They are a protected species and it is illegal ...
... we couldn’t go any farther and parked near a small house where we could change. Then, we hiked for about an hour, mostly along a very muddy road, which used to be paved, long ago. Finally, we left the road and ascended a few hundred feet along a creek until we reached a gorgeous water fall on the Double River. The waterfall has a drop of about 40 feet into a big pool. We immediately jumped in the water, which was cool but not chilly, ...
... with all that liquid asphalt that it would 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 ...
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