Two twenty-one year old Englishmen are sent to Trinidad in 1972 by a strange religious sect to help the street dogs Port-of-Spain and become involved in an escapade so bizarre you couldn't make it up. They arrive in a country divided by political and economic troubles, at the end of a State of Emergency, with guns and drugs in their luggage and no visas or work permits. Put up in a house of 'ill-repute' and feted by the Mayor, who embroils them in his re-election, they soon become headline news and eventually upset the Government. Meanwhile, unable to start the job they had been sent to do, they spend several adventurous months exploring the magnificent jungle and deserted beaches, experiencing wildlife encounters and near tragic situations in the process. This is a travelogue with a difference and completely true.