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... taken into the jungle when space/weight permits. My driver's license was good enough for processing.
I had with me, Ray, the bag for the Mt Gay 1703 purchase. A staff member said I should try the local El Dorado product. He drinks the 5 yr stuff. All Caribbean nations are proud of their versions of rum.
As we waited, chatted with Mike about Alaska, bears, cruise ships inundating small towns, etc. Cheap Mr Teacher was filling his water bottle at a water ...
... the air. It flew like a champ!
After a couple of minor crashes, the kite was flying well. All of a sudden, it fell out of the sky. The same guy, Leslie found out his name was Bailey, dashed over and recovered the kite. When he brought it back he pointed out that the kite had partially torn. Since he had done so much to help us, Leslie said he could have the kite. He and the other two guys were very happy. In addition, to show ...
... the crowd that had gathered. The din was further punctuated by the horns of the passing vehicles. Straining to see, I could just make out the start of the bonfire at the bottom of the pile.
In no time at all, the fire engulfed the pile. At its height, the flames had to have been nearly 45 feet tall. I imagine the heat was fairly intense for those in the crowd. We could not feel the heat from our terrace. However, we ...
... After the fourth mill, the now dry pulp (called bagasse) moves up a tall conveyor on its way to the steam boilers.
Mr. Henry informed us that everything in the plant is run by either steam or self-generated electricity. This is a very "green" plant.
The dry bagasse heads to the boilers as the liquid (called juice) heads to the refining process. At the two boilers the bagasse fuel is fed in near the top. The boilers are nearly ...
... set in the barrels, a small square of burlap is placed over the hole first. That helps secure the bung. We were allowed to pick up and inspect the bungs and the burlap. They were still wet, having a definite odor of rum. Those that wished were able to take them as a souvenir.
Emerging from the emptying area we were at the cooperage. Unfortunately, barrels were not being made while we were there. At this point of the tour we were allowed to ...