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... smelled horrible. Things that smell bad and taste bad are usually good for you in some fashion. So the tree and its fruit were used for a variety of illness like gastrointestinal upsets, menstrual problems, as well as impotence. I looked it up and it is used in some cultures for cooking as well. Whew. Definitely something you must grow up eating, like durian.
Finally the bus comes round to get us and we are back ...
... by a big poster that says "ALL CAMO IS ILLEGAL IN TRINIDAD. IF IT IS FOUND IN YOUR POSSESSION, YOU WILL BE FINED" Oh ****, I brought a pair of camo long shorts which I figured would be nice casual attire for strolling around the islands. Should I report them? Maybe they'll just fine me anyway. I get the impression that government officials take themselves very, very seriously in these tiny countries, and are quick to show they are the ones in authority. Finally ...
Monday 8th was another chilled day, I did some reading in the hammock and watched a bit of tv. Jabz's brother, Satori, came back from studying in England and I chatted to him for a while during which time we drank some horrible boxed wine which I don't think either of us really enjoyed. Nothing was going on in the evening so Jabz and I went to watch a film called Lucy at Movie Towne, a complex with bars, a cinema and ...
... drivers back out on the road. Eventually I arrived back in Crown Point to drop of my scooter and in my lift back to the guesthouse I met Theon – a local who also works for “Save our Sea Turtles (SOS)” as a volunteer! He offered to take me out on the night patrol from 8pm to midnight and I immediately snapped up the opportunity. Unfortunately this meant that I missed the Barracuda feast back at the guesthouse but I was desperate to see the turtles so fingers crossed ...
... way from London to Trinidad for only £275 each and stay for a few days before continuing with the same airline to Georgetown for another £100 each - a comparative bargain! The added bonus was that we have friends to visit in Trinidad and it´s nice to have a few days to relax on the beach at the start of the trip. The only downside was that we missed out on French Guiana and Suriname, but we´ll just have to save them for another trip.
We spent a lot of time researching on ...
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