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... point out birds , snakes and caiman in the mango groves. There were also iguanas and mud skippers which were harder to spot.
He had eyes like a hawk that spotted the slightest movement long before we could and was very knowledgeable about all wildlife here.
The snakes wind themselves around the branches and are camouflaged so well the birds think they are landing on a ...
... long wait but there was plenty to look at. I saw one guy I had seen
earlier elsewhere again – he was distinctive for his T-shirt logo that struck a
chord – “it is what it is”
Only took 15 mins to hit the first traffic jam and
consequent detour – later discovered it was because of the Cat that was heading
up the steep long windy hill they call the saddle over to the other side –
It was around 05:00 when we landed at Port of Spain. Within the hour, after getting our baggage, I was standing at the Caribbean Airlines counter trying to get us to Georgetown. The ticket agent told me the next flight was at 10:30. She said we could go standby on that flight. However, she said she could not ticket us until I paid any fees due at counter 1. She continued by saying I could not do that until ...
... we planned to head north after South America and fly back to the UK from somewhere in the United States so we were only interested in a one way flight to South America. For some reason they seem to want to discourage one-way travellers, so those same routes cost about £850 per person just for a single, and singles to other destinations in South America are similarly priced.
Fortunately we stumbled upon a new route recently started up by Caribbean Airlines, which allowed us to ...
... haven’t been able to communicate with taxi drivers who speak only Spanish. Now we have crossed a mere 159 nautical miles of water from Venezuela to the island of Trinidad and, praise be, we are back to English! It feels so good.
As the airport pick up ride continues, our driver chats to us about random things but mostly cricket. His chatter is music to our English starved ears. He knows all the famous Australian ...
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