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The Mount Irving Bay beach looked inviting, as did another one a mile or so further up the road. But they were also deserted and we had been cautioned about using a beach area of that description (the forces of evil, don't you know.) Eventually we came upon one just outside Plymouth that seemed to be what we were looking for. It may have been Arnos Vale beach, then again maybe it wasn't.
... staff at the hotel could not recommend him, Elvis Jack proved to be a most knowledgeable, accommodating and enthusiastic guide. Our family, especially the kids, just adored him.
While they were gone on their adventure I began working on this blog and made a quick foray back to the kiosk area for a breakfast of fry-bake and shark. Delicious! A dove who landed on my table thought so, too.
With the family back from ...
... Pescador restaurant that had a good reputation for seafood. We eventually found it, after several blind alley forays in very rural Tobago. It definitely had promise, being located directly upon a fisherman's wharf where today's catch was being off-loaded and cleaned, but there was no available seating. We made reservations for Thursday evening and returned to Store Bay where we settled for dhalpuri roti at the Trinibago Curry House. Alison said it was her favorite meal of the trip.
... in the park area that puzzled me, the more since I had seen it before in Port of Spain, but didn't believe it. In Trinidad and Tobago they mow acreages with weed-whackers. As the owner of an acreage I can't imagine how cutting a ten-inch swath with a weed-whacker could be better than cutting a forty-five inch swath on a riding mower, especially in the tropical heat.
We enjoyed a couple of hours lying about on the sand, splashing about in the sea, ...
... up our six-passenger rental van - some kind of a Suzuki about the size and with the suspension of a wheelbarrow. Mercifully, our hotel was just a two-minute drive away so the adjustment to the right hand drive, manual gear shift, left side of the road dynamics didn’t leave enough time to reach full crash mode. We sort of bucked, gnashed and ground our way into the parking lot, windshield wipers in full Bryson-esque salute mode, succeeding in only ...
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