A Global Citizenship Project Trip Sponsored by Shenandoah University
Trip Leader: Michelle Brown
Saturday, March 10, 2012
The Trinidad and Tobago group arrived safely last night in Charlotteville, Tobago. Today we explored this rural fishing village, sampled just-caught kingfish and tuna, and hiked to Pirate's Bay where Amanda found a coconut. How many travelers does it take to open a coconut? Three: Mike, Nicholas, and Todd. LaVonda has been filming our adventures and outtakes. She'll post photos when we have more reliable internet access. Erin has been journaling and will post here soon. We're enjoying getting to know Pat, Pussycat, Sharon, and Newton, who live and work here in Charlotteville. Michelle is especially enjoying getting to know such a great group of SU folks. Tomorrow we'll hike in Bloody Bay Rain Forest and take a glass-bottom boat to Little Tobago's nature preserve where Valerie hopes to spot some beautiful birds. Sarah and Layna are excited to snorkel at the reef. We're having a great time in Trinidad and Tobago! Okay, travelers, let's post our adventure stories!