Cara Suites - Pointe a Pierre
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... both warm and clear not getting much beyond about 3-4m depth at any point so I never really felt in danger and it definitely wasn’t a shark zone. The biggest problem was the current, which I had evaluated before beginning the swim but underestimated slightly in the deeper parts of the channel. Anyway – it was fine but just took an extra 10 minutes or so as I slogged through it and means my total effort was more like a 2.5Km swim! Towards the end I had to dodge a few ...
... was the last day of Australia vs West Indies match– and unfortunately the game was rained off and resulted in a draw. Unfortunately also, the boys managed to polish of TWO bottles of rum in about three hours. What resulted is something I’m still not quite ready to write about, but lets just say I was not a happy camper because of those boys and I don’t think I could ever look at a plate of bbq chicken nachos ...
... tell the driver to stop, so I mumble to him when I pay, pier 1 please sir! The route takes 30 minutes, people are constantly being dropped off, picked up, it's such a simple and convenient form of transport.
I see my stop and I get off. I tell the guard on duty I'm here to buy a ticket, he allows me through but not before he asks me if I need some beer for my trip. I'm good thanks, I answer back with a smile. I proceed to the ticket desk ...
... Sat by the pool today and met three people from Canada. They are teachers from the International school and have lived here for over three years. We told them that we are only here temporarily, moving over to Tobago and they were jealous. You have to understand that Trinidad is like living in downtown Toronto, or Vancouver, but with crazy ass drivers. It's very busy and very loud.
I made our first ...
... high ceilings, decent ac and a lovely pool - bliss after our travels.
We decided to hire a car to explore some of the remoter parts of the island. We took a taxi to downtown Port of Spain through traffic-choked streets and managed to find a rental company with a car available - the only one, but if we waited a few minutes while they completed the service - it was ours. It was a bit battered and had an almost bald spare tyre, which we ...