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... souvenir stalls. Also it is a popular spot so rather crowded up here. Seems like most of the cars climbing the hill pull into this turnout for a look. It is a bit hazy over Port of Spain, the capital city, but we can see the landmass of Venezuela in the distance. Vanessa regales us with tales of the border and boundary disputes between the two countries. Seems like both countries like their national waters ...
... the descendants of the Spanish colonizers are the ones that have much of the political power, money, and positions of influence. The native Amerindians are for the most part trapped in the lower classes. Just watch a Mexican TV commercial, telenovela or news report and you won't see any Amerindians represented. In fact, calling someone an "indio" is considered an insult, and living in Mexico I knew Indians who actively tried to deny their heritage, as if it ...
... rain forest. We settled at pool no.3 and spent the afternoon there... this was my favourite as the waterfall could be climbed and at the top was a decent sized jump into the pool. I went for another power nap when we go back at 8 and didn't wake up again until 11, at which point Jabz and I went out for a couple of drinks. We got back at 2ish; that left a 2 hour sleep before I was up to get to the airport for my 7am ...
While on the flight to Trinidad and Tobago, the flight attendant gave everyone an immigration form. I did not think we were going to need one since we had a confirmed reservation. Luckily, I decided to keep the forms.
At the transit desk on the lower level of the airport we found out we would have to exit the airport, go to the Caribbean Airlines desk, get our boarding pass, ...
... When we were boarding, Kyla was upgraded (because her record had been associated with mine.) I let her keep the upgrade. Keegan and I were seated in the exit row, so we wanted to talk about his thesis. (Yes, of course Keegan was super-eager to talk about his thesis.) We did that, resolved every issue, then we both read the rest of the flight.
Upon arrival, Keegan and I had to catch up with Paul and Kyla … and when we reached the immigration line, we were ...
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