Portsmouth Beach Hotel
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... nice seahorse alongside a lot of other small life. Once out of the water we were able to shower and change before looking in the dive centre's shop (they gave me a free sticker, simple things eh?).
We got lunch on the way south at Tomato again, this time I got got the meatball sub but without the fries and was still full! We did still buy dessert for later though. We all have a rest when we got home and I ...
... plants and lemon grass.
We got back and met back up with the parents. They had chatted with Yasmin over tea and cake before heading off to Shirley Fort, in Cabrits. They were also able to book some shore diving with J C diving for tomorrow. Went and picked up chocolate cake from Tomato and headed home. We stopped off at the Tamarind Tree Restaurant for dinner and saved the cake for dessert when we got home.
... that live there. Alpert rowed the boat for about half a mile down the river and dropped us off at the Bush Café so we could discover some of the plants and flowers along the river while enjoying drinks from the bar.
It was dark after we left but a pleasant treat for us. All the kids and adults listened to the sounds of the river and whispered comments about the shadows created by the moon above.
When it comes to sitting in geothermal activity, versus anything else, sitting in hot water almost always wins with me. However, choices between items that exist almost no where else in the world are tough. Tonya thought if we hired a driver, we would be able to incorporate the Carib Territory into our day of double waterfalls and natural hot springs.
The Carib tribe, or Kalinago, is known to have killed off the original peaceful tribe that lived here, ...
... and the Sisserou. Both can be found in Syndicate.
Brother Romain, the preacher for the church here, is also a registered driver and tour guide. He took us to the park, and also provided an extensive tour, explaining the uses of a variety of the indigenous trees.
The cool darkness of the rain forest is enchanting, as are the trees with roots flowing like ribbons. Hunters used to beat these ribbon roots. The sound echoes like a drum through the ...