Half Moon Blue Hotel
Travel Blogs from Bacolet Bay
Apart from the DFS sale, all things must come to an end.
This will indeed soon be true for my time in Tobago. This adventure has been both weird and wonderful in frighteningly disproportionate measures. Though I will miss the Caribbean, I have decided to commemorate reaching my final week as essentially a character in 'Charlie and the Fried Chicken Factory', by compiling a brief list of things I miss from home.
... the birds, gleefully spewing out useless information like a ******** supersoaker. He stated that Tobago's rainforest preserve is in fact the oldest in the world and largely untouched by man. I believe that this is due to the fact that the rainforest is actually too boring to cut down: any woodcutting equipment which comes within 300 yards of the forest perimeter immediately ...
... of shrugs, monosyllabic answers and conveniently-timed comas has really put across the impression that patients here don't seem to care that much about anything, never mind their health.
Despite the fact that Tobago appears to share one kidney, and that the island is on the verge of joining Atlantis at the bottom of the sea due to the obesity epidemic, very few patients seem to want to discuss a plan to get better. Perhaps they just don't want to talk to ...
... a few 'Nurse Sharks' around. If they're anything like some of the nurses back home, they should be deadly and best avoided. Some 'Minky Whales' are also now thought to inhabit the Caribbean. I was surprised by their name, as 'Minky' is sometimes used as a colloquial term for 'vagina' in some parts of the UK. For this reason, I strongly believe that Minky Whales should be kept well away from 'Sperm Whales'.
Back to the diving experience: our journey began with a ...
... br> Interestingly, goats outnumber humans 17 to 1 here. This concerned me, as if there was some kind of goat revolution, we would definitely be screwed. Perhaps this is why goat is a commonly eaten as a dish in Tobago: indeed I myself dined on a goat curry last week. I felt like that T-Rex in Jurassic Park.
The only thing more common on Tobago than goats are dirt tracks. Instead of a well-tarmacked road around the island, it appears that the path is made out ...
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