Courtyard By Marriott Port Of Spain
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Spent christmas eve dinner with friends and will be off to Tobago the next day :) happy holidays!
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... was at Baganara in Guyana.
When we arrive, the dock is full of tourists going on the same boat ride. A boat leaves the dock that is chock full of people and I’m hoping that we don’t end up as packed. Luckily we got our own boat and a good guide except I ended up in the front of the boat and sometimes could not see what he was pointing out because he had gotten the boat close to ...
... the carnival brings us all together" We all exchange emails and phone numbers and go our separate ways. A really refreshing first multi-encounter here in the Caribbean. I continue on into what looks like the embassy district. Here there are some beautiful traditional Caribbean houses, with their intricately carved wooden or metal eaves... nice to see a little historical architecture at least... I come to some big, ugly concrete roadblocks. Let me guess... ...
... again, probably had to be there but it had me in stitches We left Yip's and went down south so Jabz could show his face at a house party quickly and to pick up his girlfriend. We were back by 2am where Kahlil, Jabz's brother, was waiting to drive us to a massive party for their independence day. The party was aptly called 'in the paint dance' - try saying it in a Caribbean accent. The party was sick, it was on a beach, had free alcohol and food, there ...
... to San Fernando (7am) & vice versa at 4.30pm – this is a long time to fill in SF, even with the trip out to the pitch lake.
I took a later bus, about 8.20am, and had seen/done everything I wanted by 2pm so headed home – I had considered hanging out in the Machismo Rum Shop, but there was so much spilling out onto the pavement, I wasn’t up to braving it!
The pitch lake is easy to get to in a route 5 Point Fortin ...
... regular basis so we were definitely in good hands. The first objective was to catch our bait for the bigger fish but unfortunately we were not so successful. After an hour had passed we had caught only one small-ish fish to use as our bait and normally you want at least 4. Ideally for Marlin fishing you need to use a whole fish as the bait but as we had so little we ended up chopping it down into smaller pieces and went hunting for Barracuda instead. Brandon knows the reef like ...