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... 20 minute flight and a world away from POS. My host set me up with another guesthouse in Crown Point. I literally walked about four blocks from the tiny terminal, dropped my backpack, and walked across the street to the beach. Today I'll head to Pigeon Point which is supposedly Tobago's finest beach. ...
It's not much more than about a three hour drive to get just about anywhere on Trinidad. Next week in Tobago you will be able to drive the entire island in one day!
Our road trip started leaving POS and driving east to Valencia. Here the highway ends and the road winds up the east coast. We stopped at many beach vistas. These are the most important turtle breeding grounds in Trinidad. ...
Left Blanchisseuse for Arima on a long, long backroad that takes you through some real jungle. We stopped at Asa Wright Nature Center known for 100's of rare birds, plants, things that crawl, and things that hang from trees. We didn't do a lot of hiking as we are just finishing with the tail end of the Christmas storm.
I found a guest house in Port of Spain and will lay low until after New Year's. A BIG city, with lots to see and do. More to follow.
... hospital much or really did anything too intellectual, but we definitely had a good time. Started off the week showing the Manchester kids around pigeon island and the stunning views up the hills. Napped on the beach to recover from the not so strenuous hike before heading to the bar for more beers and the Super Bowl. One of the local pubs was throwing a Super Bowl party so we hung around for some chicken and popcorn. The game seemed to go down hill in the opening ...
In all fairness I only saw two snakes during this 10 day island trip, but the stories I heard about them terrified me and haunted me throughout the trip.
When I told people I was headed to Trinidad and Tobago most of them looked at me strangely and asked "why?" Turns out one of my good friends from school, Finn, is doing research down there. He heard about it through one of our mutual friends and decided to hop on the project. The deal is he works for three months and then ...