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... at the KFC next door before joining the scrum to get back on the bus
Decided to take a stroll into the Woodford suburb where the
smarter bars, restaurants & hotels are but dead mid afternoon on a Sat –
plumped for some local Caribbean food, jerk chicken at Irie Bites – there was
no bite whatsoever in the jerk and no garlic in the garlic sauce – what a cop
out. Menu pointlessly confusing – plantain & cassava were ...
... vehicle that had gone over the edge!
Got dropped off at the fisherman’s village to see the catch
being landed – mainly juvie hammerheads so you can see why “bake & shark”
has been made into the local delicacy. Bake is a fried fat laden sort of
savoury holeless doughnut that is split and filled with breaded shark – you
then smother it in salad and sauce.
Then headed to the ...
... and swam before returning back to the bay where I rented a scooter for my next days adventure… I also stopped at my favourite chicken and noodle place on the way home as I got used to the scooter and then had a good night back at the hostel whilst hearing the stories from the afternoon deep sea fishing trip! Before bed I also did a 10pm tour of the local beaches to see if I could spot any of the famous Leatherback Turtles nesting – unfortunately luck was not on my side ...
... minutes to watch some birds from the terrace; they have feeders set out so that you can watch the animals who venture close to the house. We saw a tegu lizard (about 2.5 feet long) and about 5 different kinds of hummingbirds, as well as a cute couple who fed their baby birds in plain sight of the visitors. We had a guide who took us a little less than half-way down the path and pointed out a few types of birds and trees and bugs before ...
1) Now that I have your attention, Elise and I joined the Trini Hash Harriers for a 6 mile run from the SAVANNAH proceeding through-out the city and I mean right IN the city, running through traffic and around pedestrians. There was 40 of us. It was quite crazy. We lost the trail a couple of times but eventually made it to the end.