Forty Winks Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... we move into the mangroves and under the trees.
We are motoring slowing up the canal under the canopy of trees with the mangrove roots along both sides. I think it’s going to be difficult to see anything when suddenly the boatman stops and backs up the boat and says “You’re lucky because this one is hard to see. It’s a silky anteater”. I’m busy looking in among ...
... at all... This could be a problem. For years I've been focusing on Superhiking, going from town to town on foot--with the goal of eventually piecing these segments together to create massive hikes around the world. Now, if I can't hike long distances in the tropics, this whole concept could fall apart. ...And when the scenery is pretty boring... that doesn't help much either. Well, let's just focus on making it to Petit Valley. Then I'll think things over with a cooler head ...
... bake 'n' shark" - basically fried shark meat in batter in a pitta - very different but tasted good! We got back at 9ish after taking Renelle and her friend home, and just chilled for the evening. I did very little on the 2nd; Jabz went to work so I stayed at his house and watched tv and read in the sun most of the day. In the evening, we went round to his cousin's for a while then to Yip's for a few drinks. With Jabz at work again next day, I went into Port ...
... we turned up the road that borders Queen’s Savannah did we cool off.
The old houses along the savannah were a bit decrepit but pending renovations. Most of the houses were built in the first decade of the 20th century for wealthy plantation owners and other ex-pats. The two most famous (Whitehall and Stollmeyer’s Castle) apparently housed the Office of the Prime Minister and are being renovated for future use by ...
... vital, hence me putting up with a proper guide. There was quite a collection of discarded shoes at various points, as well as other bits and bobs which occasionally surface, such as a mastodon skeleton.
One advantage of being there in wet season is being able to bathe in the sulphurous waters that form in the large crevices and rinse off in the fresher waters on the outskirts, though these do not have the same supposed health benefits. ...