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... but, ranging on and on, over two floors and two million square feet, it presents a decidedly Caribbean uniqueness in the shops that line the corridors, in the aromas coming from the food and snack vendors, and most especially in the teeming crowds who fill the walkways. The grand kids were in their glory, darting from toy store to candy shop to clothing store and back again.
For Ted and me the big attraction was the super market. We made a ...
... point out birds , snakes and caiman in the mango groves. There were also iguanas and mud skippers which were harder to spot.
He had eyes like a hawk that spotted the slightest movement long before we could and was very knowledgeable about all wildlife here.
The snakes wind themselves around the branches and are camouflaged so well the birds think they are landing on a ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... we were the first ones to board the plane. Just before they closed the door, Leslie and I were able to move up one row to an exit row. It is amazing how much comfort that little bit of extra leg room adds to the flight.
At about 10:15 we took off, heading out over Venezuelan air space. Just as they started beverage service we got into some turbulence. Thankfully it did not last too long.
As the flight ...
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