Salybia Nature Resort & Spa
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... back away from the street so they don't provide me with any shade. I do enjoy a delicious smoothie--I don't know any of the flavors, so I ask the seller (a black Muslim lady) to pick one. She picks "green seaweed" and... it's actually pretty good! Finally I loop back to the main highway, without finding a single place for a decent photograph--much less a Parkbench session... only to find... I'm on the wrong side of the highway! ...
If you remember several entries ago I talked about a hike to Paria Falls? Well, leave it to the Tourists to make the headlines. Paria is one of the "must do" hikes in all of Trinidad. A group of eight ( I WAS NO PART OF THIS) tried to go in Friday. Remember it may be 85 degrees, but it's STILL WINTER ! There was a fierce North Atlantic storm that rolled in Christmas night. These hikers took off Friday morning and made it to the falls. When they tried ...
... hospital much or really did anything too intellectual, but we definitely had a good time. Started off the week showing the Manchester kids around pigeon island and the stunning views up the hills. Napped on the beach to recover from the not so strenuous hike before heading to the bar for more beers and the Super Bowl. One of the local pubs was throwing a Super Bowl party so we hung around for some chicken and popcorn. The game seemed to go down hill in the opening ...
... rumours are that the sand has healing qualities and is good for the skin! Apparently it reduces the age of 40+ years old ladies by 10 years and makes single men 10 years wiser, among other rumours. The boat also had reggae music blaring so it was a bit of a party atmosphere and really good fun. Finally we arrived at No Mans Land – a small sand spit at the end of the land with palm trees, swings into the water and it has no owner (hence the name!). We chilled out on the beach for ...
In all fairness I only saw two snakes during this 10 day island trip, but the stories I heard about them terrified me and haunted me throughout the trip.
When I told people I was headed to Trinidad and Tobago most of them looked at me strangely and asked "why?" Turns out one of my good friends from school, Finn, is doing research down there. He heard about it through one of our mutual friends and decided to hop on the project. The deal is he works for three months and then ...