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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 ...
... other fish, are more prevalent and so the guppies have evolved to produce more young that are smaller, but mature quicker. In the high streams where predators are fewer the guppies tend to have larger offspring and fewer of them. There are also probably about a million other significant aspects of this study that I don't understand but feel free to check it out at http://cnas.ucr.edu/guppy/.
This was an ideal end to a splendid, but very very long trip. It was ...
... I refuse to buy the same day return and walk away cursing under my breath. I sit on a bench, I consider for a few more minutes the ease of just getting the same day return and getting on with my day, but then money is tight and I can't afford to throw it away. There will be another solution.
I cross the street and hail a mini bus back to Port of Spain. I walk to an Internet cafe to try book a bus ticket from Caracas to Cartagena ...
... 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 ...
... carrying the rocks by hand. In all Siewdass Sadhu spent 25 years building it in the sea. Unfortunately the effect of sea erosion prevented Sadhu from ever completing the structure and he died in 1971
with the structure incomplete. In 1994, the government created ...