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A scientists' day! An 8am start ! Walk in the rainforest with tons of chattering birds that kept hiding in the canopy. Discovered 2 waterfalls..in the middle of nowhere.. But still a touristy trail.. Maybe 15 were traipsing that we passed on the route. Many species of trees and flora.. I am old so don't remember all the names and you don't really care! One of most fascinating sights is following the trails of the leaf cutter ants. They cut and carry parts of a leaf to a home ...
Yesterday was a very busy day as we travelled the island and discovered beaches as requested by Mark Pearce! It was a tough job but we took it on! The Atlantic side is choppier but temperatures similar to the Caribbean side! First stop was beer shooters and stretch of legs. Lunch of snapper and trimmings was on the beach at Charlottesville, the upper tip of Tobago! ...
... enough to head off with his snorkelling mask and pictured lots of fish and coral and a ray! Lunch was at Englishman's bay at Eula's treetop restaurant! Here we ate "Blow up rotis" which we all rated delicious. Once home we read a review that said to avoid at all costs due to criminal behaviour! Heh we think we got my sarong purchase for free! So we would go back! 18 km in this country takes an hour due to drives through up and down rain forested ...
... walk! Then went on a car tour through some very lush and hilly landscape! Ended up back at first beach for a lunch of fly fish in coconut sauce, rice and callaloo salad! Quite delicious at 15 US $ drinks included! Dinner of pizza and drinks was ...
... The first privateers were 'semi-licensed'by the governments of France, England and Holland and directed to hijack the Spanish caravelles and return the booty to the 'licensing' Court. Around the middle of the 17th century, coinciding with the cessation of the wars in Europe, privateers became pirates, outlaws beholden to no one other than the members of their fleet. The pirate fleet was a democracy; the captain was elected and grievances ...