Palm's Hotel Trinidad
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... a square shape – very cool building but hard to describe! I then entered into Panama Bay, which is lined with these huge buildings, but is also home to a lovely park and walkway all the way into Old Town. The park has free football pitches, outdoor excersize zones, a Chinese park, a botanical garden, kids park etc… It goes on and on and is really cool! I especially enjoyed watching a couple of speed skaters who were flying down the bike path – they were ...
... a trip to Aripo Falls which was a nice little section of a stream that had a deep pool (15-20) below a small waterfall. Towering above the pool and the fall was a 20-plus foot rock that we could jump off of. I took a few leaps from the top which were nerve-racking but fun. For those who have facebook if you check my wall I shared a video taken of me jumping from the highest point and weaved into it are videos of others diving in the pool and doing flips off the ledge.
... Finding myself a tree, I lean on my rucksack and let time drift by. I am the World Champion at killing time, but this was different, the only thing I'm thinking about is how long before I go get some bake and shark, seeing as I just had an early lunch, I better wait a little longer.
I rest in my spot for around a couple of hours, listening to some music in one ear and the ocean in the other. I went for a paddle, but did not ...
... people and the pavement. We were in stores that most pasty white folk wouldn’t go in….thank goodness for Curtis.
We went out for supper for Robynn’s big 18th birthday. We had a great time
Mike is off to Tobago…..let’s see how that goes. Here's hoping that we all get to make the big move soon.
Until next time
... sounds of Jouvert in Trinidad the mass of revellers takes the street party winning and chipping their way to the savannah in Port of Spain in the early hours of Lundi Gras, before the daytime carnival parades.
The roots of Jouvert in Trinidad go back 200 years, with the arrival of French plantation owners. The French never colonised Trinidad, however elements of their ...