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... above sea level. I don't know the size of the footprint of the hill, but something under 80 acres would be a guess. I was excited about this visit because as a boy I had spent many hours ascending and descending its steep slopes.
During the Second World War, the Americans built fortified gun emplacements at the summit, from which vantage they were able to control much of the Gulf of Paria. Germany was interested in the area because of the oil resources ...
... 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 ...
... you sit with the right people at
dinner, you will be treated to entire renditions of Monty Python,
including the Spanish Inquisition, and Dead Parrot.
How to suck Jello cubes.
The concept of phone tag.
Trinitarians are either the best or the
worst drivers I have ever seen, and I go to school in Sudbury.
... 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 ...
... in the same house. We also met adams wifes sister. Her dad kept wanting me to talk to her in spanish since she spoke. Kind seemed like he really wanted me to like her haha. After they offered us more food at this house which charley and I had declined since we were so full already, we went for a walk. Adam had with him some fireworks from Venezuela. The same ones we had a while ago that light when you strike them against a match box. We went to a park where they had ...