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Travel Blogs from Maraval

Afloat at Last

A travel blog entry by wendy60 on Jul 28, 2014

2 comments, 26 photos

... pulled from both directions to get them up on their stilts, quite a practiced skill. We started early at 7 am in a maxi with Yvonne and Heinz and their friend Hedwig. It allowed us to find a good spot to watch the parade. After listening to the dignitaries speeches it began. A procession of the most amazing, incredible tribal costumes and bands. Trucks with drums beating, whole tribal families dressing in identical material and the locals dancing reggae style on ...

Turtles in Trinidad

A travel blog entry by halcyon_daves on Aug 04, 2013

3 photos

... were: The St Vincent Elective Awards 2013 1) biggest elective w*nker - Gav 2) international relations - Rich 3) biggest culinary disaster - Justine 4) top chef - me 5) "black man" - me 6) least Rasta - Ash 7) lobster - mel 8) brew master - rich 9) star singer - me 10) best diva - Justine 11) biggest waster - Justine 12) hospital ***** - Justine 13) Roach Ranger - me 14) Best Comedian - me 15) ...

Sweet and Tender Houligans

A travel blog entry by qgirl128 on Jun 15, 2009

1 comment, 5 photos

... the Rustic Shack, he came directly to me. I don't know why. In almost a whisper, followed by a scent of liquor, he said, "I'm interested in viewing the turtles." I wondered, is this what a poacher looks like? We were supposed to have left an hour ago; did he think no one would be here? I pointed him toward two staff members standing nearby, they had a brief conversation, and then the man departed. I went to Francis, Suzan's brother who has been a Nature Seeker patroller ...

Extra Curricular Activities :)

A travel blog entry by allison_mabel on Feb 13, 2008

... PLU. The staff also go out to 35 other children in the community with their pediatric skills, and the food they give these kids is returned at least two-fold in gifts and support, which is awesome. Apparently hospitals around here discriminante against children with HIV/AIDS (for some stupid reason), and so the work being done at CRN is invaluable. There are 20 to 30 other houses who provide care for those affected with HIV/AIDS in Trinidad, ...

Floatin in our boatie

A travel blog entry by sparrow07 on Jun 16, 2007

... we managed to put in a honest days work of anti fouling. By hanging the centre board inside a near by tent thing, i could keep painting coat after coat onto it with out too many interruptions while the rest of the force gave Sparrows bottom second and third coats, as well as brand new coats where the stands had been. Sparrow has tuned out looking very smart if I may say so with her racing green top sides and black bottom. she really looks ...

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