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... on his lunch break and quite chatty, working on the new boardwalk in Chaguaramas. His car had cracked windows and looked worse for wear. We went off the main road as he explained he was just dropping off the old lady first. A detour that turned into a hair raiser!! She lived at the top of the steepest of rugged hills in the Carenage. Tracks of road with holes and pits and bits missing. Narrow and windy with sheer drops and s-bends. I had to shut my eyes, cursing ...
... south. I was eager that Ted and my wife, Linda, should see something of the place I and my siblings had called home for about eight years.
The Hilton was just a place to crash for the night, although it could also be labeled "cash" for the night because the bill came to just under $600 CDN, including three meals and a couple trips to the bar. I have stayed for an all-inclusive week on the beach in Cuba, including air-fare, for less. That said, the ...
... taxi from right outside the bus station (not where nor as described in the
guidebook – no need to head to or stop in La Brea either). Authorised guides
now wearing red shirts but so too are the canny touts – they will approach
whereas the authorised guys sit in the shade waiting to be allocated the next
punter. My unlucky guide (30tt$ per person) was not happy about getting a solo
tight person and made it very obvious – he just rattled ...
... Trinidadian red and black and said "Happy Independence 2013" why the hell can't we get Somerset Marlboro Lights in July?? I digress..... On the way to the hotel, Mr. Singh told me all about Trinidad, and showed me the mountain that all of the gangsters who shoot each other live on (at least they contain it to a mountain - why can't our wannabe gangsters keep their **** to themselves?!). As we drove through the city, I was a little taken aback by it. There were ...
... retired to our room for a while. From the room we could see the national football stadium. That was to our north. Farther to the north was a small mountain range which ran essentially east-west. Just on the other side of the range is the Ocean. I believe at that point it is still considered the Caribbean Sea.
About two-thirds of the way up the mountains, in various locations, we could see some small fires. ...