Nemoy Guest House
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... additional bills to replace those refuse.
I made it back to the immigration line just as we were motioned forward to the next window. On the other side, we made it to the lounge where we finally had our first cup of coffee for the day.
We finally boarded our flight, but the door of the plane did not close until 05:48, 13 minutes late. The plane pushed back at 05:52 and we were "wheels-up" by 06:00.
... until 1797 when it came under British rule and gained its independence in 1962 remaining a member of the Commonwealth.
Our morning began early as our tour started at 7:30am. We boarded our bus for our tour of Port-of-Spain (capital of Trinidad and a 21/2 hour ferry ride to Tobago) home to over280,000 people. The whole island is home to about 1.2 million people. We past the parliament building, the cultural centre that looks like the Sydney Opera house in Australia, ...
... the only brand available in the local supermarket is ***** so I’m
sticking to the instant for now.
Too tired to undertake the planned trip so decided to head
to the beach – Maracas Bay is the best one within “easy” striking distance of
POS. It was a pleasant stroll around the market trying to find where the
appropriate maxi taxi there departed from – when I did, I discovered it would
... the Black Africans that had come to this island as slaves and had their descendents remain and eventual become free and helped form the independent and prosperous nation of Trinidad and Tobago. There was a long line passing thru port security that needed to be waited before boarding the ship. This turned into a great experience as we were treated by one musical vendor to a truly Caribbean version of Margaretville on the most Caribbean of instruments; the ...
We arrived in Trinidad this morning and had breakfast as our ship docked at the port, from which we could see several large hotels. The amount of industry and business in Trinidad means that hotel space is needed for the many business-people that visit from other countries. We disembarked and boarded buses to discover the southernmost island in the Caribbean. First we visited two Hindu temples on the island. About 25% of the island identifies ...