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Travel Blogs from Trinidad
... 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 ...
My final day in Cartagena was spent relaxing on the beach with a nice massage ready for the long journey home! First a bus to Barranquilla, then a flight to San Andres Island, then another flight to Panama before flying to Trinidad for a few days and then heading back to the UK! So quite a busy schedule…
The bus ride from Cartagena to Barranquilla was short but fairly eventful! First of all they forgot to pick me up… Then they left an hour ...
Well I will keep this short because this is home for me. My family is from the island of Trinidad, and this trip was to go hang out with family and experience Carnival. I had an amazing time, despite the fact that I lost my camera while going across the big stage during competition. So I only have a few photos that I managed to get from my best friend who went as well.
Our trip was filled with going to the famous and my favorite ...
... br> Mike's first day at work was good. Tons of reading of stuff (lol) and meeting new people. He's off to Tobago this week to see the new/old hospital. We're hoping to all be moving over there really soon. Trinidad is great but Tobago is truly paradise.
On a side note...the birds/dogs/rosters are extreamly LOUD!!! Another reason to get off this island....before we snap
... and our guide were fading into the distance.
I looked for dolphins, sure that I was bursting along at speeds great enough to entice them into my bow line. I looked for sharks. I looked for whales. And, of course, I looked for turtles. All the while totally oblivious that the pack behind us was dropping further and further back. Finally, Ronald and I were cruising along behind the sweet and wild island, a dense cluster of tropical trees standing firmly ...