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... it coated with a very expensive layer of copper but then covered with primer and Antifoul. We think when we had the boat bonded( and wondered why it hadn't been) that is the electrics earthed inside, it reacted to the copper coat and it blew parts of it off. So, it all has to come off and start from scratch. A nasty laborious job for Craig. He looks like a jolly black giant gorilla with green, copper stained hair after a few hours. The puddling of ...
... more and more questions. It was too rough and we had to concentrate on sailing, at the same time trying not to appear rude!! Eventually they seemed satisfied and sped off. Mmm so it begins... As we reached the calmer water inside the bay a few miles further on, we put the sails away and more clothes on and discussed the now non option of anchoring first. Straight to the customs dock it will be! Then, once again we were targeted by the customs boat and told to slow to ...
... by a big tamarind tree that stood by the circle. At the right time of the year, the tree could be persuaded to give up samples of its delicious, sour-sweet fruit. This tree was and is such an indelible feature of the school that as the complex has grown and expanded over the decades, the architecture of the place has been designed AROUND the tree. And there it stands to this day. And they say you can never go home again.
A short drive took us to ...
... are able to recapture and re-release.
The first full day there we hit the beach. We drove through the windy, bumpy and narrow Arima Valley on our way to Maracas beach. It was a pretty typical Caribbean beach, I think. Lots of palm trees and white sand. We ate some bake (bread) and shark sandwiches with lots of condiments which were really good; I got two! We spent most of the afternoon body surfing in the ocean before resting on the beach and heading back. That night ...
... For anyone visiting Trinidad, Port of Spain is just the airport you need to visit, not the capital. It has spice and life but it looked pretty dangerous as well.
Back to my room, I'll pack in the morning!!
Miles walked 4.56
Day 72 March 16th - Up super early, well 530am, pack quickly and the wine I bought in Guyana for the cash back, I leave for the guest house owners. I contemplated taking it ...
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