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... bake 'n' shark" - basically fried shark meat in batter in a pitta - very different but tasted good! We got back at 9ish after taking Renelle and her friend home, and just chilled for the evening. I did very little on the 2nd; Jabz went to work so I stayed at his house and watched tv and read in the sun most of the day. In the evening, we went round to his cousin's for a while then to Yip's for a few drinks. With Jabz at work again next day, I went into Port ...
... cool off. And to have lunch.
Then, when the sun was low enough to eliminate most of the shade, Paul and I went upstairs to watch the end of the 49ers playoff game (they beat Carolina). We went back down after the game was over for a while, then back upstairs to pack. Later, we returned to the lounge for drinks and dinner, spending a couple of hours enjoying the calm and view of the ocean. Then, with so much to do, we returned to the room to ...
... Kes some great recommendations for Venezuela and also a few pointers for Trinidad. Once we arrived in Trinidad at about 8ish, we were sniffed 5 times by a very overexcited sniffer dog and then searched. Kes did well to hide the apricots and tomatoes we accidentally brought in. Then I was asked numerous questions about who we were staying with, her job, her daughter's job etc. Apparently saying "I don't know" is just about ok. ...
... feel the excitement in the air already, as Carnival is a huge celebration for the country. Mass Camps, tourists, locals, musicians and everyone have been preparing for this week since last year! To kick off the two week festives, my uncle is throwing a private party for our family and friends. This is super special, because for the first time in 16 years, all of my family and friends will be gathering together here again in Trinidad. So let the ...
... Trinidad, the big sister in the twin-island republic of Trinidad & Tobago, is the most southerly in the Caribbean and a melting pot of African, Indian, European, and South American cultures, which happily exist together. But it's not a typical Caribbean island, since it is a major energy producer and relies very little on tourism for income.
We were in Port of Spain about a year and a half ago. On that cruise we walked all of the way from the port to ...