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... for the guests. Several group members did the same after I had gotten the first one. We were walking downhill over a lot of roots and rocks. We stopped for him to show us some of the leaf cutter ants which are really tiny and carry these big pieces of leaves that they have chewed into small triangles which are still bigger than they are. I could hardly get close enough for a photo.
Our guide then hit ...
Yesterday the ship anchored off of Tobago, set sail during the evening and this morning we awoke in Trinidad. It was hot and sunny, but rain was forecast (accurately it turned out) for the middle of the day.
We disembarked right at the harbor in Port-of-Spain and boarded minivans for our trip to the market and garden tours. Once again, our local guide, this time named Sherry, was excellent. Along the way to the Saturday Green ...
I was met by Sati, a friend from my Europe coach tour, who lives with her beautiful family on this island of Trinidad. With her equally beautiful cousin Lynda, we set off for a tour of part of the island. I had requested a visit to a hummingbird sanctuary (thanks to Tripadvisor - you won't find this place in travel brochures). I've never seen a hummingbird, but was interested in learning about these fascinating little creatures. What a drive! We climbed high up onto a ...
... down the communal plumbing, and then his groaning/moaning meant I got no sleep whatsoever, despite the earplugs – I was furiously tired by morning and asked to move rooms.
Needed 2 massive cups of very strong coffee just to get me moving – stupidly I had only brought instant, thinking there wouldn’t be facilities in a place like this, but there was not only a coffee maker, but filter papers ...
... going to see one. We started the patrol at 8 and there were 5 of us in total (I took 2L of Coca-Cola and some crisps as a guest) – the first beach to patrol was Turtle Bay and we didn’t find any there. We then went down to Grafton beach and again we didn’t see any. The turtles do not like bright lights (they follow the light, mistaking it for the sea and get disorientated and confused) and both of these beaches have either large hotels or some lights shining onto ...