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Trinidad is famous for Carnival, Calypso, Pan and Oil & Natural Gas in the Business world. Of Course, there are other things but the Island isn't famous for beaches etc. Well, not like its sister Tobago and neighbouring Caribbean Islands.
However, there is much natural beauty that is kept secret, hidden or not portrayed to the rest of the world. Now if you happen to be on the land of Trinidad, sometimes you need to get out of the City ...
... tourist beach for a dip in
the surf – plenty of lifeguards and red flags to indicate strong undertow – the
former obviously made the latter not an issue as everyone was swimming where
the red flags were!
As ever, timing of maxi taxis is crucial – they only run
when full so you have to choose wisely – try and take one too early, like I
did, an no-one has finished their POS shopping and is not ...
... taxi by myself in a country that I had never been to, at night. In comes the sweet Mr. Singh. I ran right into the "official taxi counter" when I was finally cleared to enter the country, and the man seemed like he really couldn't give a rats ass, but pointed to the cute little man standing off to the side who had already offered me a ride, and said, "he will take you". I had already politely declined Mr. Singh's offer of a lift because my mother explicitly ...
... flight home. Just before it was time to board we changed our seats. From the new location I could see the sign at the gate. I saw our flight number but the destination was listed as Barbados. I just about died. I walked up to the counter to inquire. That is when I learned our flight home was not direct. We did indeed have to travel to Barbados first. Luckily, the agent said we would not have to deplane in ...
... 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 ...
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