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... shape which enables them to hover; the wings beat between 100 and 600 beats per minute. There are 16 species in the world, 13 live on this property and they only grow in this eastern part of the world - North, Central and South America. If you ever see one in the wild in Australia you can assume it is very lost. I could go on and on about them - they really are that interesting - but have a look at www.yerette.com for more facts and gorgeous photos. Included in ...
... Well, sort of swam, as much of the pool is only a few feet deep. It’s much deeper on the side where the water falls. We swam under the falls as well, which gave one a sense of the power of the falls.
After a while, we were ready to hike back, which we did. We then returned to Brasso Seco and the Visitor’s Center for a delicious lunch of local cuisine … and hot sauce. Then, it was time for the long drive back. ...
... to the Waterloo Temple (6tt$) (Temple in the Sea
as many locals know it to distinguish it from numerous other local temples).
It may once have been an idyllic spot with views back to POS
but now boasts a concrete causeway and a very uninspiring little temple.
Couldn’t even see them burning anyone though one of yesterday’s was still
smoking! Had gone past one yesterday on the bus – quite a lavish shindig and at
least 2 corpes judging ...
... musical. A great start for the day. Just outside on the city side of the passenger Terminal was a long open sided ten that housed many small stands selling everything from clothing to steel drums to masks for hanging on the wall or wearing at Carnival. We would be heading into Carnival ports for our next three stops. Carnival was just a week away and all of our ports are in full preparation for the multiple day celebration. Port of Spain was preparing by having ...
As we slept last night, getting ready for our departure today, we were rudely and unceremoniously awakened by the start of the third world war. At least that is what it sounded like! At the stroke of midnight, many in our neighborhood began setting off fireworks. They were not just little bottle rockets or black cats. No, they were like NASA booster rockets. There were a few times I thought we would have pieces of our house falling ...