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Pictures from Hypertravel: 100 Countries in 2 Years (Backpackers' Guide to the World and the Soul) by Hardie Karges, more info at http://hyper-travel.blogspot.com/
... for the produce department, hoping to find a soursop, but were unsuccessful, as we had been throughout our time in Tobago. Too early in the season, sadly. But there were many other things to attract and we filled a small cart with roasted channa, guava jam, Carib beer and other delicacies unique to the area.
For dinner we went to Malone's Irish Pub, hilariously. The place was packed, clearly a favorite of the local population. They managed to ...
'Recall it as often as you wish, a happy memory never wears out' Fudon
In the marshy wetlands is the Caroni Bird Sanctuary, a half hour coach trip from the port where we boarded a flat bottomed steel boat carrying about 30 people and a guide who looked about 70 years old but not only steered the boat but nimbly danced from one end to the other on the edge of the boat in bare ...
... to the Waterloo Temple (6tt$) (Temple in the Sea
as many locals know it to distinguish it from numerous other local temples).
It may once have been an idyllic spot with views back to POS
but now boasts a concrete causeway and a very uninspiring little temple.
Couldn’t even see them burning anyone though one of yesterday’s was still
smoking! Had gone past one yesterday on the bus – quite a lavish shindig and at
least 2 corpes judging ...
... daily in Woodford Square, which just happened to be one of the parks that we would be walking to today. But that happens later in the adventure and we still had to walk to Victoria Square first.
Our first obstacle was crossing the main thoroughfare of Wrightson Road, where crowds of automobiles were racing on the twin lanes of each side of the divided highway. As I mentioned earlier these cars were driving on the left side of the road and they did ...