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... music and looads of body paint which everyone enjoyed throwing over each other (my previously white vest is now a mixture of red, purple and blue), and when the national anthem played at sunrise, a load of coloured powder appeared and everyone threw it over each other, which together with the paint looked awesome. At 8ish, the gates opened and everyone piled into the sea. We left about 9.30 and I promptly went to sleep. The only time I left the house on ...
... of the President. A review of articles published in 2008 and 2013 do not make it clear when they are or will be ready for use, but, while Whitehall might be in use, Stollmeyer’s Castle did not appear to be inhabitable. Another nearby house was all boarded up, and the article from 2013 seems to suggest that it collapsed a few years ago.
But it was pleasant walking along the park. A few children’s football matches were ...
The boat ride from Guiria to Port of Spain in Trinidad was choppy to say the least. But my lying flat on my back to minimise nausea was accompanied by some banging tunes and complimentary refreshments. Kes was, by far, the better mingler on this journey and got chatting to various people with interesting stories. There was a Dutch couple who sailed from the Netherlands in their own boat and were doing a tour of the Caribbean. ...
... no place for S.G.
Annette was very clever after our day 1 cab ride sourcing out the Maxi cabs that cost just 6TT, about a dollarUS to get to POS from our hotel. A cool system, you just flag down one of many Maxis, and buzz when you want off. Like the airlines they like to travel full, and at 15 seats times 6TT, the maxi driver makes about 20 % from locals of what a taxi driver makes off tourists.
time to rest my Jumbie for a few days
Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago is a busy modern city that has none of the rustic charm of our previous ports. Unlike the previous ports, this city is a commercial center that has some tourism. The main reason for our stopping here is to fuel up the ship for our cruise to South America. We will not need to refuel until Montevideo, Uruguay. It is a large city with a population of 1.3 million people. The island was originally discovered by Christopher Columbus in ...