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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 ...
... venomous snakes in the world reaching up to 11 feet! Why the hell does a venomous snake need to be that big??? It is already terrifying. Anyway, I don't have a picture of one but if you like being terrified just google it and prepare to cry (P.S. I may be terrified of snakes).
We set out around 3 in the afternoon and arrived close to 5 to the place where we would hike into the mountains and then down into the cave. We put on our gaiters and our packs and headed out. I ...
... to Maracas bay, it seems all mini buses to different parts of the island depart from various areas of Port of Spain. On the way I have to pass the avenue where Markus spotted me. I tried to walk slower to not look obvious but when you have hair that lights up like a torch itīs difficult to hide one's self. Luckily, he was not around. I did however pass a new area dedicated to Brian Lara. Those who donīt like cricket wonīt appreciate this but the ...
... 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 ...
... before the culmination of the festival. For weeks ahead, several preliminary rounds of competitions and parties (or fętes) take place. As Carnival is part of the national curriculum, several programs take place at schools across the country. Regional authorities handle smaller carnival celebrations in smaller towns and villages.