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... minutes in total but definitely worth it… During my swim a storm had slowly crept up on the island too and it started raining whilst I was in the water. When I got back to the beach it was deserted – but it was only a tiny bit of rain! And then it got harder and harder until everybody hid under the covers apart from me – and I walked home as I was already soaking wet from swimming and I had to pack and leave asap! The storm passed, the packing was efficient as ...
... pads and of course our gaiters. I didn't think I would be helping catch fish because I figured it was too important to let a novice like me try it out, but I paired up with Finn and by the end of the day was getting the hang of things, although I bet I was slow as molasses. It was pretty tiring crouching in a stream all day trying to locate and then catch tiny little fish. It takes a lot of patience, technique and the drive to be thorough and never skimp out. I probably ...
... great, providing us with a drink as we'd forgotten to buy one. Lovely hot shower and comfy bed. Sadly we didn’t see much of Trinidad, but Oasis Valley was located in the cool mountain region about 30 minutes from the airport in a gated secure area. There was a very inviting pool, but we were too tired and stressed to use it.
Good luck Arlene and Randy
... this will be a short blog about nothing…..lol
We’re hoping to get over to Tobago by the end of the month.
I did go to hot yoga again. Boy am I blonde.
Chow for now
PS…..We miss you ...
... cane land and was prevented from doing so. In fact he completed construction of a small temple on
land but the estate owners broke it down. Eventually in 1947 he began construction of the temple on land that he reclaimed from the sea, doing the reclamation ...