Trade Winds Hotel
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... to the harbour and then up to the cliffs for a view across the bay and over to Buccoo Reef. At the top of the cliffs I also noticed a small spot which you could climb down into a secluded bay – so I took on the challenge and was rewarded with my own private beach leading on to crystal blue waters and good snorkelling! About 60m out there was also a rocky outcrop called Wolf Rock so I spent the morning snorkelling around the area and saw a huge Barracuda for my troubles. The birds ...
... toucans and bellbirds (a genuine treat), seeing Pedro confront a lizard or two, and me take a splash in a gorgeous mountain stream and pool, it was alas time to leave our Lost World and return to the valley. Many of the birders had warned us against Venezuela and given the recent election, our dislike of Hugo, my back and a need to rest and recuperate, we decided to detour to Panama instead.
... the boat, I was leaving Trinidad and setting off for Caracas.
It seems my little summary of the last few countries have been, I would love to visit again, but the real reason behind Trinidad visit was to get to Venezuela from Guyana, there were no real other alternatives. Carnival in Trinidad looks amazing, I saw some clips on TV and Tobago looks even more beautiful than some parts of Trinidad. But, I can say I stayed in Port of Spain and I survived! ...
... and talks, or you could say yells on his cell phone every morning. Unfortunately for Rob he does this right under her bedroom window. Let's just say that everything about this place is loud. Dogs are barking 24/7, roasters crowing 24/7……they obviously haven’t read the job description of only crowing in the morning and birds…OMG the birds. We had a flock of green parrots fly over. Beautiful and extremely loud. ...
The temple in the sea is the culmination of the vision of one man. Returning from India during World War Two he had a narrow escape from a German torpedo and vowed to build a temple to thank God for his escape. Siewdass Sadhu repeated sought to erect a temple ...