We had a walk around Scarborough Town which felt very edgy. A bit different to the Scarborough I’m used to. Fascinating.
My wife’s a dancer so where-ever we go I have to go to experience some of the local dance.
Not a great deal to see on Tobago but what we saw was interesting.
It always fills me with disgust when I look at the past. Everywhere you go there are castles, forts, cannons and instruments of torture. So much energy has been put into fighting, killing and creating agony.
If only, instead of being ruled by greed and power, we had put our energies into positive things the world would be so much better!!
We approached the island as the sun started to rise!
We docked in Scarborough and headed up to Fort King George to get a view!
Remnants of colonialism vie with colour and an edgy layer of poverty. One has to take care here. But where don’t you?
I like driving around a new place and taking shots of anything that catches my eye. Sometimes you just catch something interesting or beautiful in unexpected ways.
The Pitons are a pair of mountains at the far end of the island. Beautiful.
It was fabulous up in the mountains, in all the lush greenery.