Cuffie River Nature Retreat and Eco-Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... shops (similar to Baz Vegas in Essex, if you know what that is). On Tuesday I went up with Satori to a 'the spring' which is a pool in a river in the forest a few minutes' walk from their house. It's a really picturesque place, great to have on your doorstep. My view of the place did take a slight turn for the worse when, while I was sitting in the water minding my own business, I noticed a ******* huge ...
... you to play a game of 'Tarzan'. It led onto a proper path which was lined on both sides by bamboo crossing to an apex and aptly called the Bamboo Cathedral. After an hour and a half trek the finale was a well earned swim in the bay. Wow that was cool!! The sweat and heat melted away, the aching hips and knees soothed temporarily. A great big smile never left my face as I wearily sat on the bus back to be greeted by Craig and a welcome freezing cold ...
... a lovely Sushi place for lunch special and so cheap! Our second only and found ourself watching others on how to conduct ourselves but also the diversity of the dishes. It was fabulous, the food just kept coming, over four courses and we were fit to burst!! The toilets proved a source of amusement. First off, there was a huge water feature with rushing water right outside, to aid with the flow?? Then once inside,a lesson in Japanese sounded out, basic words and phrases. I ...
... sell his wares outside a store on a busy street in Trinidad. The proprietor of the store had three twenty-something year old daughters, all beautiful, but the most dazzling of them was Enid. In an awed voice, Mr. Ali described an occasion when Enid took him by the hand and led him safely, country boy that he was, across bustling High Street. The boy had been smitten then and the man was still slightly gaga. And who can blame him? I shared a similar past - ...
... work in places and I made good use of the ropes to help me down and up. The waterfall had a 200 foot drop into a pool that was perfect to cool off in. The second trip was called "A Taste of Trini" and was a day long drive around the island eating as many local foods as we could find. We had 42 different tastes, some Indian, some Carribean, and some just too awful to try! I did eat the barbequed pig tail but drew a line at chicken feet soup!!