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... to our vehicle. On the way, Leslie stopped at a beer vendor booth and asked what their diagnosis might be. They agreed the kite's tail was too light. Leslie asked how that might be remedied. The three unanimously said we should add a branch. At that very instant, one of the young men jumped up and pulled a weed out of the ground. He tied the weed to the end of the tail. Then he escorted Leslie to the back of the vendor tent and put the ...
... began to get really rough, we found ourselves at the pier in Parika. We got off the boat and began our walk to our car.
At one of the street intersections, we stopped at the market to buy some fruit. Actually, Leslie had been looking for potatoes for our dinner that evening. Not one of the vendors we checked with had potatoes.
I believe we were all relieved to get into the relatively ...
... worshiping her.
Another recurring theme in the motorcade was two elephants. They apparently signify the attainment of spiritual and material prosperity.
Apparently part of the celebration includes sharing candy and/or cookies with others. While I was busy trying to photograph the scene, one of the participants gave Leslie a couple of sweet cookies of some sort. Unfortunately, neither was shared with the author. Regardless, Leslie said they were wonderful!
... of the expense. I ended up tasting the 15, eight, and six year rums. My favorite by far was the 15 year rum. I could see it as a "sipping" rum. The eight year smelled sweet, but I thought it had a real alcohol smell and taste. The six year was even worse. I likened it to rocket fuel (by the way, all of DDL's rum have a 40% alcohol content). If I were to buy rum it would be the 15 year variety.
I would highly recommend the tour to anyone that visits Georgetown.
... hear the falls. The view from the first of the three lookouts (boy scout's view) was stunning. The falls are 250m high, 120m wide in the wet (only 80ish during our visit). Millions of litres of water cascade over them every second. Spray from the falls makes the entire gorge beautifully green. I stood on an overhanging rock near the falls for a photo; 500m to the ground with no rails - frightening! The second ...