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  • Day120

    Port of Spain H3 #1075

    April 30 in Trinidad and Tobago ⋅ ⛅ 30 °C

    It was another fabulous hash trail through the jungles of Trinidad. As the sun was rising, and through the early morning hours, we all were a bit concerned if we were going to get out of town to the trail. Seems there was a bit of a scuffle in the ville with reports of a shooting, and even a double shooting last night. Traffic was backed up for miles, but just as if G himself was watching, traffic cleared out, and with 10 busses fully loaded, we were off to the countryside for some hashing bliss.

    Once we had all assembled, and our hares explained what was in store for us, we set off splashing through the shallow stream at the start. After about 300 meters, the cry of ON BACK was heard, and we all turned around to splash our way back down the stream. Turning left, and uphill (for the runners), trail made its way to the top of what would be many peaks in the area. After this bit, we made our way back down to the stream to meet up once again with the walker’s trail where things got a bit jumbled up for a bit. But soon the walker’s were called aside to allow the runner’s to have their way.

    Circling around behind some houses, trail soon buried itself into the jungle for the next couple miles, finding the top of a couple more peaks, before making its way to the beer stop. From there, it was all smooth sailing into the finish, where the walker’s had already assembled, and polished off a good share of the beer. The runners continued to fill up the park, as the line grew for the food that was provided with the transportation. Just as the circle commenced, the word started to circulate that the beer had run out . . . so a quick scout team was rallied to head out into the local community to gather up some more beer to keep the pack happy and make the circle. While we waited, two lovely women entered the circle to shake shake, shake your body now, shake shake your body now . . .

    Still waiting for the beer to arrive, hashers where called in to sing the song of their country, and we had several great songs to entertain the pack, until . . . a pick up truck flashed its lights, the circle parted, and 10 cases of beer appeared . . . and just like that . . . circle OVER. Drowning their thirst, the pack quickly demolished all 10 racks, and were sent up the hill to catch busses back to town . . . or to the ON ON ON. Most went to the ONONON and danced their booties off until it was time to head back to town . . . fully sated with trail, food, and beer . . . and late night entertainment. All that was left was hanging out in the Hilton Bar until well after midnight. Another day of hashing completed, on a fabulous trail on the wonderful island of TRINIDAD. Many thanks to the hares, and the whole POSH3. On On

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  • Day119

    Founders’ Hash #13 (or 14)

    April 29 in Trinidad and Tobago ⋅ ⛅ 31 °C

    INTERHASH 2020 (or 2021) . . . (or 2022) was eventually cancelled, but OUTERHASH visitors to Trinidad didn’t care . . . we went anyway. With nearly 400 hashers on hand, there would likely be some founders about . . . and China Brush jumped on the opportunity to show us around her native Trinidad. After introductions, and a brief chalk talk, we were sent out from the main entrance of the Hilton to find trail. After a bit of search, flour was spotted headed up the hill, and we went up . . . and up . . . and what seemed to be up for three quarters of the whole damn trail. After reaching the first peak, cutting through a family plot with a house under construction (of which our hare had to beg to let us pass through, and only after copious sexual favors, made it work), we managed to find even more up to the top of hill. Heading down the back side along a gravel road that was obviously too steep to pave, we skittered down to a gate that made it clear there would be no traffic even attempting to drive up it.

    China showed no mercy, as we hit bottom, crossed the main drag, we then again . . . you guessed it, went up the other side to another peak, before dropping down, circling the neighborhood, for the final on in to a small street side store selling beer. All in all, we had about 20 founders on hand, and a handful of stragglers (plus ones) that joined in. Our first order of business in circle was to issue a life time ban on China Brush ever haring for the founders’ hash again. Once that important first step was complete, we recognized The Penguin as the longest hasher, having run his first trial in 1975, and starting the oldest hash of those founders’ assembled, in 1978. We also recognized the youngest founder, Cock & Balls, at 36 . . . and concluded his hash has not yet even qualified as it is not a year old yet.

    Several beers later, we reached culmination, having passed the assignment of down downs to a few around the circle, and the pack was sent out onto the street to walk back to town after this A to B trail of 4 kms. Well done to China for setting trail, and great to see so many founders turn up here in Trinidad. If anything in this draft is missing, or inaccurate, well . . . blame it on the beer. 😊
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  • Day117

    OUTERHASH Trail #2

    April 27 in Trinidad and Tobago ⋅ 🌧 27 °C

    This was the Rincon Waterfalls trail, with a robust climb . . . Where to begin??? After yesterday’s experience on trail #1, the past 12 days of straight hash trails including the prelube cruise, and being quarantined in Qatar for 7 days with COVID just 3 weeks ago, I was feeling pretty sluggish this morning. As we were leaving the parking lot at the start, Likk’mm said something to me about catching up with the runners, and I uttered seven words that have rarely ever (almost never) come out of my mouth . . . “Nope, I'm doing the walking trail today.” <insert those famous string of quotes from Lloyd Bridges in the Movie AIRPLANE> . . . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lm8fYf53SMg

    That would be the beginning of a series of events of my own creation, and being a victim of circumstance. It was dry all morning, unlike the previous few days, but just as we circled up for chalk talk . . . the rain started. Not a lot, but enough to turn trail into a slippery mess, which we would not find out until a ways up the mountain. Anyway, after the start and walking for about 5 minutes, and seeing the FRBs and front of the pack disappearing around the bend, I figured I would just run a little bit to stay in contact, but the damage was already done. As the trail snaked its way through the jungle, and onto some of those single file tracks, I ended up behind some slower runners and got way behind. But I was still planning to hit the walker’s cutoff and work my way back down the mountain.

    Although we passed several hares on trail, none of them mentioned that they were the split point. They just kept pointing us in the direction of trail. When we hit the part marked with yellow caution tape, where the instructions were that that was the point of split, there was no indication to go another way. I was with 4 or 5 other hashers at this point, and we just kept going up the stream, and then climbing. After another 20-30 minutes we come up to yet another hare, so I ask is this the split? He said no, this is the waterfalls . . . Ughhh. I mentioned that there were a few other walker’s still trudging their way up the mountain thinking there was a split . . . so the hare then went back down trail to gather them up and turn them all around. Guess I did the runner’s trail after all today.

    By this time I am double dog tired, but after a 15 minute rest I stepped off with a bold . . . 10 steps and hit the bottom of yet another incredible climb. There were about 10 hashers hanging out at the waterfalls, and they soon passed me, making me the DFL. I hated the feeling, but there was nothing I could do about it other than hope I didn’t die on trail, and leaving my body for others to carry down the mountain. 😊 After what seemed like an eternity, I finally made it to the ridge, where the hares claimed . . . “It’s all downhill from here” . . . which was mostly true. That is when it really started to pour down, and as we would find out later, the start of the flash flood.

    It was Doctor Bomb Bay and I, and one hare, making our way down the mountain. 2 miles later, we finally see the busses and the finish . . . but this is where the flash flood became an issue. There was a stream crossing right at the finish, and the entire pack had easily made it across. But when we got there, the stream had risen to probably 5 feet deep and was flowing very fast. After several attempts to find a way across, including throwing a rope over, it was useless. We reviewed our options, and our hare finally decided that we should follow the out trail back towards the start (of this A to B trail).

    Having already completed over 7 miles, the thought of slogging back another couple miles along the trail was not blowing any air up my skirt, but we all stepped off and headed that way. Our hare managed to recognize a shortcut, and we hit the main road in just 1.5 miles, making our day’s excursion into excellence just under 9 miles and just over 4 hours. We then got picked up and driven back to where the other hares were waiting, the busses had already taken the pack to the On On On. We then moved to another location to meet up with other hares, only to find out there was a flat tire. We waited for that for a bit, then we waited for another hare to change clothes, then to collect her glasses . . . THEN, we finally headed out to join the rest of the pack. WHAT A @#$!!#$@ day it was. I’ll be going back to sniffing glue (running trail) again, like Lloyd Bridges. Fortunately, the pack was happy to see us, or maybe just relieved that we were not dead. 😊

    After downing a couple beers and a bottle of water, I was feeling almost human again. So the hares said we should get circle going, and that capped off an amazing day. I really want to “again” thank all the hares for taking the time out of their already busy lives, to set trails for all the visitors of OUTERHASH this week. We certainly could not have all this fun without their effort. Circle was great, we gave the hares their customary down downs, we had a birthday cake, recognized a few heinous trail crimes, and drank lots of beers, before getting back on the busses for the hour ride back to town. Tomorrow is another day, and trail will be the Red Dress Run in town, so no chance getting stuck on the mountain . . . End of story.
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  • Day118

    OUTERHASH Trail #3 – Red Dress Run

    April 28 in Trinidad and Tobago ⋅ 🌧 29 °C

    The Queens Park Savannah was awash in red today, as the pack gathered in anticipation (for many of them as their first) trail for OUTERHASH. The numbers have swelled, more than anticipated. Yesterday’s pack was just about 100 . . . Unofficial count for the RED DRESS RUN was 300+ according to the hares, based on the number of wristbands distributed. Along with all those new hashers arriving, there is a whole new energy and lots of new questions. Seems we may even have a few hashers who had no idea that INTERHASH was cancelled, they are here ready to rock and roll and wondering what has changed. Help get the word out that this is not a preplanned and arranged event, this is a totally ad hoc mixture of hash trails and events for the pure joy of hashing . . . and hanging out with friends you may have not seen in years due to COVID. So make sure to thank your hares at each trail you attend.

    Once everyone had been checked in, and wristbands issued, the hares provided a quick chalk talk and the running hares were sent off. Soon after, the runners were sent off in one direction, while the walkers were led off in another. Both packs were brought back together at the first beer check with the sweaty runners mingling with the lightly perspiring walkers, in the back lot of a local pub. Quickly finishing off the numerous racks of beer, the runners were once again sent off, while the walkers wound their way to the second beer stop right on the sidewalk in front of the next pub. The pack overwhelmed the street, crossing back and forth from each side of the street until the hares once again yelled for the pack to get moving. From there, it was a short jaunt back to the start on the Savannah, were more beer was available . . . and soon hamburgers and chicken sandwiches were being passed out for those with a bit of hunger. Drinking beer, stuffing their faces, and generally socializing was soon overtaken by loudspeakers blasting dance music and the pack were “getting’ jiggy with it.”

    What an awesome event, great job by the whole hare team. As the beer ran out, the pack started to filter away to find more food and drink to fulfill their appetites. There were less than 100 left as I started heading back up the hill towards the Hilton, but I heard the music stop and announcements start, so maybe more beer was acquired and a circle commenced. That’s part of that new energy that has arrived, and hopefully it was a grand time for all those remaining. On On to 4 more days of hashing bliss.
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  • Day116

    OUTERHASH Trail #1

    April 26 in Trinidad and Tobago ⋅ 🌧 29 °C

    Fresh off the Men’s Monday Madness H3 last night, we awoke to another torrential downpour that lasted until just about 12:45 pm. We practiced a little mind over matter, and boarded the busses at 1 pm anyway. There was a bit of confusion about whether trail would happen, but after about a 30 minute delay getting all the stragglers gathered up, we headed out to the run site about 30 minutes away. The run site looked rather dry, but 5 minutes after we set off on trail, once again the rain came down and turned the trail into a slick and sloppy mess.

    After 5 water crossings in the first couple miles, we headed into the recently plowed fields where the water soaked in, but the mud stuck to our shoes like a freshly picked booger, and kept growing with every step. While this helped with traction getting up some steep parts of trail, it also added a lot of weight to our shoes defeating the benefits. Finally reaching the halfway point of 3.5 miles in just under 2 hours, I reached my tipping point (after 8 trails over the past week), and asked the hares (who had been stalking us the whole way up to this point of the prelaid trail) if there was an ejection point that I could find my way back to the on in . . . pointing up the road, they said I could get back. Not sure what was going on in the minds of the rest of the runners pack, but 16 out of 18 others joined me on the escape plan. Zipping down the narrow road, we all made it back to the finish in about 20 minutes. Two stalwart hashers remained on trail and finished the second half . . . 3.5 miles, coming in to the finish nearly 2 hours later. The walkers had finished their trail in about an hour, and had already enjoyed a few beers by the time the first of the runners shortcutted their way home. It was an awesome trail, but rain soaked and muddy, we were happy to have a beer in hand and finished with the trail.

    After all had assembled at the on home, the circle commenced and a few of the more heinous trail crimes were recognized. We then were entertained by a local Trini belly dancer, as the weary pack consumed several more beers. Totally sated with trail woes, and liquid refreshments, we boarded the busses for the trip back into town. Dragging my tired old ass back into the hotel, there were a couple dozen new arrivals hanging out at the Hilton bar, of which I knew several, including my old pal The Penguin, who by this point has already had a few, while explaining how it took him 4 days to get to Trinidad. He offered to buy me a beer, but soon forgot the punch line . . . and I ended up buying a round for him, and a couple others he was chatting with. Anyway, 4 or 5 pints later, I finally slunk my way up to my room for a hot shower and a more horizontal position. Tomorrow is another day, and the busses leave at 9 am, so better call it a night and get some rest. On On.
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  • Day115

    Men’s Monday Madness H3 (HHHMMM)

    April 25 in Trinidad and Tobago ⋅ ⛅ 30 °C

    After a most awesome prelube hash cruise, hashing on 7 different islands . . . we now move on to another lovely 8th island . . . Trinidad. Our plane was delayed from landing for about a half an hour as we made circles in the sky over the torrential downpour. Another plane landed just before us, and I ended up being about the last in line at customs . . . so another hour delay. Rush hour traffic was bumper to bumper as we creeped along the way to the Hilton . . . BUT, we arrived with just enough time to check in, drop off, change clothes, and head out to start of the hash.

    The HHHMMM is known as the runners hash, and it did not disappoint. It was a FAST 7+ miles through the streets of Port of Spain on a warm but humid evening. Trail was marked in flour, with circles for checks, X for checkbacks, an occasional arrow, and plops to lead us along the way. Although they don’t normally have multiple beer checks, they had 3 on this trail for all the visitors. I don’t drink on trail, so was just time to chat and meet some of the Trini hashers. We finished with a short circle back in the parking lot at Queens Park Savannah, and all was right in the world. On On to 7 more days and 7 more trails here in Trinidad for OUTERHASH 2022.

    https://www.gotothehash.net/OUTERHASH-Schedule.pdf
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  • Day7

    På færgen.

    March 2, 2020 in Trinidad and Tobago ⋅ ☀️ 26 °C

    Er nu taget af sted med pigerne Mai, Laura og Sille til Tobago for at mødes med Søren og Axel. En ret hektisk morgen. Mai og jeg var sent på den og Sille var ret stresset. Men med en fix busschauffør gjorde at vi nåede færgen med 8 to spare.

    Sov i cockpittet med Birger i nat... fantastisk. En sti projektør lyste mig lige i ansigtet og alt knirkede og gyngede. Men jeg sov som en sten.

    Søren og Axel tog af sted i går og har fundet et hotel vi skal Bo på. Der er plads på deres værelse til mig imod 10 dollar mere.

    Birger havde en tekniker om bord som skal arbejde på motor og bovthruster m.m. de næste par dage. Jeg har ikke hørt fra Peter ang. Påhængsmotor mm. ... Det må Birger og ham klare.
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  • Day487

    Abschied ist ein bisschen wie Sterben...

    February 26, 2019 in Trinidad and Tobago ⋅ ☀️ 31 °C

    Da unser Flug erst heute Abend ging, nutzten wir den sonnigen Tag, um noch ein paar Stunden am Strand zu relaxen.🏝🏖🏜
    ....und dann war es soweit🕕,....Abflug vom Flughafen Tobago 🏝nach Barbados.🏖🛬🛫
    Wir fühlten uns, als wenn wir zu unserem nächsten Ziel fliegen würden. 🌐🌏🌎🌍 Irgendwie realisierten wir immer noch nicht, dass unsere wunderbare Reise zu Ende ist.🤔😏
    Als wir dann im Flieger von Barbados nach Frankfurt saßen, kam im Ansatz die Erkenntnis.🤔😏
    16 lange kurze Monate,....489 Tage gehen ihrem Ende zu.⏳⌛🤔
    Es war eine unbeschreibliche Zeit, in der wir so wahnsinnig viel Schönes gesehen und erlebt haben,....eine unwiederbringliche Zeit in dieser, unserer so wunderbaren Welt.🌐🌏🌎🌍😍
    Wir haben es genossen gemeinsam zu Zweit 💑❤ so viele Länder🇸🇨🇰🇭🇹🇭🇱🇦🇲🇲🇲🇾🇯🇵🇭🇰🇲🇨🇦🇺🇼🇸🇿🇦🇫🇯🇹🇴🇸🇬🇵🇭🇹🇼🇨🇷🇺🇸🇧🇧🇱🇨🇻🇨🇩🇲🇫🇷🇦🇬🇦🇼🇩🇴🇬🇩🇧🇶🇨🇼🇹🇹 unserer Erde in unserem Tempo,.... in unserer Art zu bereisen.😊😀🌐🌏🌎🌍
    ....und wir sind uns auch bewusst, welches Glück wir haben, dass wir diese Reise unseres Lebens überhaupt machen konnten.🍀🍀🍀
    ....und doch sind wir auch traurig, dass diese Zeit nun zu Ende ist.😔😔😔 Wir hätten noch so viele Ideen, was wir alles noch sehen wollten🤔🤔🌐🌏🌎🌍 und hätten auch noch richtig Lust weiter zu reisen. Ist aber nun nicht....😔
    Andererseits erwarten uns zu Hause Familie und Freunde, eine neue und schöne Wohnung und unsere Jobs....
    Wir sind unseren Arbeigebern dankbar dafür, dass wir nach dieser langen Auszeit auch wieder nahtlos einsteigen können.😊😀 So etwas ist schon sehr kulant und nicht selbstverständlich.😊
    Auch möchten wir uns bei allen bedanken, die uns während unserer Reise begleitet, sich mit uns zusammen gefreut, mit uns gestaunt, uns immer mal wieder Anregungen gegeben und in schwierigen Situationen Trost gespendet haben. 😊😀 DANKE.😘🤗😘
    Es hat uns großen Spaß gemacht mit euch.😊😀
    Auch für all die lieben Grüsse für unsere Rückkehr möchten wir uns an dieser Stelle bedanken.🤗🤗🤗
    Wir werden uns bestimmt wieder"lesen" und sehen.😊😀🤗
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    DiePaubers

    Vielen herzlichen Dank für eure vielfältigen Eindrücke auf eurer tollen Reise 🧳.

    3/10/19Reply
    489days Reise um die Welt

    😊 Wir haben auch so viele Anregungen von euch bekommen. Dank euren schönen Reisebeschreibungen und Bildern wird Vietnam eines unserer nächsten Urlaubsziele sein.😊😀 Ganz liebe Grüße und bis bald 🤗🤗🤗

    3/10/19Reply
    Tobias Riedle

    Wahnsinns Reise! Danke für die tollen Erfahrungen. Zuhause ist aber auch fein, gerade mit so vielen tollen Erfahrungen und Gedanken.

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  • Day486

    Liming am Raining Day

    February 25, 2019 in Trinidad and Tobago ⋅ 🌧 25 °C

    Unseren letzten vollen Tag auf Tobago wollten wir noch einmal richtig schön am Strand relaxen.🏝🏜🏖☀️😎🏊‍♀️🏊‍♂️
    Doch daraus wurde leider nichts.😏🙄
    Nach dem Aufstehen hatten wir noch einen Regenbogen.🌈 Doch kurze Zeit später fing es wieder an zu regnen🌧🌧🌧,...und das heftig. Das hielt auch bis zum späten Nachmittag an.....😏😔
    So taten wir das, was die Tobeganer am besten können 😉😎, limen.😊😎😀
    Als am späten Nachmittag noch einmal die Sonne raus kam und uns einen schönen Abschiedssonnenuntergang zauberte, waren wir dann doch noch am Strand.🌅🏝🏖😊😀
    Zum Abend packten wir letzmalig unsere Taschen.
    Irgendwie ist uns aber nicht so, als ob unsere Reise zu Ende ist. Mal sehen wie es morgen ist.🤔
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    Maria E.

    😍😍🏝️🌅

    3/7/19Reply
    DiePaubers

    Super schön 😍

    3/7/19Reply
    huuontour

    Schöne Heimreise ✈️

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  • Day485

    Buccoo fiel ins Wasser

    February 24, 2019 in Trinidad and Tobago ⋅ ⛅ 26 °C

    .....und das im wahrsten Sinne des Wortes. Es war den ganzen Tag bewölkt und zwischendurch gab es immer mal wieder einen Schauer. So verbrachten wir den Sonntag auf unserer schönen Terasse, freuten uns über die vielen Vögel, die uns besuchten, bekamen den Nationalvogel Tobagos, den Rotschwanzguan endlich mal zu sehen und nicht nur lauthals zu hören und lasen.🤓📖
    http://www.fotoreiseberichte.de/t&t/t&t…
    Nach unserem Nudel-Abendessen wollten wir los zur Sunday School in Buccoo......, aber es sollte nicht sein, der Himmel öffnete alle Schleusen und es regnete Strippen.....🌧🌧☔☂️
    Bei solch einem Wetter macht Strandparty keinen Spaß.😏🙄
    .....und so blieben wir auf unserer Terasse und spielten......♣️♦️♥️♠️🎲
    Solch ein Tag mit Nichtstun kann auch sehr erholsam sein.😎😎😊😀
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    huuontour

    Gut, dass Ihr die nicht jeden Tag esst...😜

    2/27/19Reply
    huuontour

    Genießt die letzten Tage Eurer wunderbaren Reise und denkt dran: nach der Reise ist vor der Reise 🧳

    2/27/19Reply
    489days Reise um die Welt

    Das haben wir uns auch gesagt...und vor allen Dingen nicht jeder einen ganzen....😲😲😲

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You might also know this place by the following names:

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