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After our restless night of trying to sleep in the heat, we were really glad to get up and out of bed and outside where it was marginally cooler and up to the main house where it was definitely cooler with a bit of breeze off the water. Breakfast is some more of local specialties. Our food throughout the entire trip was really good and tasty and …
Groups have their own dynamics. They flow and ebb depending on the members and whether new members join, others leave, circumstances, etc. So the last thing I want on a trip with total strangers is to be the last person joining the group. The last one in is usually the hardest to assimilate because associations have already been formed, clicks …
Brekkie highlights were RIP hogging one of the dishes so others got none. He also took juice with him. If he would stop drinking, we wouldn't have to make so many unscheduled loo stops. Kenny came along for the final transfer to the airport.
Left at 0800, saying bye to Gabriel. it's a quiet existence here. Sat upfront with Big, discussing some of his pending trips. Dirt kept popping into our area of the Bedford truck. There was a slight bit ...
Slept through until 0430 which was pretty good and intermittently until I got up. A bit of time on the computer until 0700 brekkie.
Omar can be engaging and funny; at other times, a boor and irrational. He is the only one in the restaurant. He is arguing with the waitress about why he can't have toast and cereal in the listed continental brekkie. I say a) it may be written down wrong or b) that is the way it is for the included brekkie. He is not satisfied, saying ...
... per seat, it would have been about $50. I opted to wait.
Not too long after the captain's inquiry, the remaining seats were filled and we were all on our way to Parika. The Essequibo River was reasonably calm at the early hour. For the first 30 minutes of our journey it was rather smooth going. However, as we got closer to Parika, the water became much choppier.
At one point, we could ...