Hyatt Regency Trinidad
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... the birds. Looks like about 15 feeders or so plus a couple of long plank feeders on the lower level for fruit eaters. It is amazing. So many brilliant hummingbirds just right in front of my face. Surely I can get a good photo of at least one!
We are offered a hike into the woods and my hubby and I join the group. I pick up a walking stick that is sitting next to the door. I had read somewhere that ...
... 8217;s a mangrove tree boa”. I don’t really like snakes much. No, that’s wrong, really dislike snakes a whole lot and don’t want to see them out in the wild and can barely go into a snake exhibit. In fact, I could not become a docent for the zoo where I lived because we had to handle a snake. No thank you. Oddly enough, if someone else is holding it, I can touch it but I ...
... time of the north east. We went to a beach and looked at some developments, but really it was pretty similar to the rest of Trinidad from what I've seen. We came back after lunch and I spent the afternoon reading outside. Jabz's football team had an end of season lime in the evening so (once we'd got past the m*********** someone had decided to dig in the road for no apparent reason) we chilled there all evening and came back by about midnight having had a few ...
... some more people were out and about along the Savannah road. Clouds covered the sun periodically, which helped cool us off a bit. We hoped that a Thai restaurant might be open, but it showed no sign of life. So we continued back along the city streets, past all of the closed shops and gauntlet of Jehovah Witnesses (who were very unenthusiastic about talking to us) to the hotel. I was very hot when we arrived, so we changed quickly and went to the ...
The big problem with these traditional houses is the thin, non-insulated, walls that don’t reach the ceiling and the boards that run through from one room to another – this means you can see and feel every movement of your neighbour – in my case it was a very heavy footed guy who was ill and had to get up every 25 mins throughout the night to puke – his thunderous run to throw up, the consequent ...