Hyatt Regency Trinidad
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... a one hour lecture about these fascinating creatures and we hung on every word. Trivial fact number eight - where do I start? Hummingbirds are the fastest living thing on earth in relation to size; they are the only bird that can fly backwards, sideways, upside down, straight up, and can hover; their hearts are five times the size of a humans in relation to size; they drink the equivalent of over 1000 litres of nectar per day in relation to size; their wings flap in a ...
... we couldn’t go any farther and parked near a small house where we could change. Then, we hiked for about an hour, mostly along a very muddy road, which used to be paved, long ago. Finally, we left the road and ascended a few hundred feet along a creek until we reached a gorgeous water fall on the Double River. The waterfall has a drop of about 40 feet into a big pool. We immediately jumped in the water, which was cool but not chilly, ...
... as tickets have to be bought in
advance and I stupidly didn’t think to buy for the return trip too! This meant
when I was dropped off on the motorway sliproad that doubles as the bus station
in Chaguanas I discovered there would be nowhere to buy a ticket back – the
onward transportation is therefore not as described in the book either – had to
backtrack to the corner, turn right then left to find a route taxi to St Marys
(4tt$) to connect ...
... vegetarian, and my new found favorite Curry Mango! It was amazing. Finally the night ended, and as I am staying with with the hosts, we were the last ones there to shut down the place. By this time it was about 3am, and we headed back to Marvel. We sat around recapping the events of the party, remembering how many generations of our family were there. Finally we got to bed at about 5am. This was the start of a wonderful carnival with more events to ...
... Wharf as we disembarked the ship and strolled by young girls in full Carnival Costumes, if one could call what they were wearing as full. Several of our greeters were also in Carnival gear but they were also standing on stilts so they make an impressive sight as the towered over four feet above the cruisers leaving the ship. At the end of the walkway from the ship to the passenger terminal was a Steel Band playing lively Calypso music. Out exit from the ship was ...