Coconut Cove Holiday Beach Club
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... 8216;Bifsteak’ dinner with a beer for only 6,700 Peso’s (£3) just around the corner from the hostel. A great deal considering it is a very touristy destination and the bars and restaurants on the strip are significantly more expensive but not necessarily better quality!
The next morning I was up early again to take full advantage of the island before my flight at 12.44! Graziano has been here relaxing for a week already and has a 2 week bike rental so ...
... us, how truly lucky we were to be there on a beautiful beach while it was raining.
We then went on to find ourselves at a local merchant for something called a Bake’nShark. An amazing idea combining bread and shark. It was a delicious sweet bun with soft battered shark; you could add your own condiments as well. We then made our way home and off to the last day of the West Indies Cricket match.
... do the practical firefighting. The teacher was explaining what we have to do and it seems pretty intense/sketchy. The teacher also explained that we need to have pants and long sleeve shirts for tomorrow so I had to go and buy some jeans. For dinner we had some chinese food and now we are prob just gonna sit and watch a movie. I think we are both pretty tired.
2/11 So ...what a day!! Today we got to get up a bit later...at 645. And we made it down to ...
... that make up Trinidad.
2) A second FETE. Not as huge as the Fatima FETE, but really enjoyable. We enjoyed good beverages, food, dance, and liming. There were 2 pan bands (Playboyz and Harvard's) and also a couple of live performances from local artists. They have music in the background and just sing over it. No band. Just a backing track. He was quite enjoyable.
... on our way to the beach, I was sitting on a giant white crate in the truck bed next to a Nature Seeker named Ralph. Ralph and I were talking about the local snakes and where an unfortunate soul could go to get anti-venom for a snake bite. Ralph told me he was desperately afraid of snakes, especially anacondas. I laughed and asked him where in the world he'd seen an anaconda.
Ralph said that the Orozco River was full of anacondas.