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... for us in a private party room at the back which was overly air conditioned, but at least one could conduct a conversation. The food was good, standard pub-type fare, and plentyous. James and Lindrena tucked into hamburgers the size of dinner plates.
So, back to the Holiday Inn, where we would rouse ourselves at 4:30am to catch the first shuttle to the airport, and a WestJet flight departing at 7:00am for our return to the snow. Yuck, on both accounts.
... the kitchen, meaning a different sort of wake up call – the ping
of the microwave at 5.30 am right up until loud voices shouting over loud tv
until I showed them the error of their ways at 11pm last night.
Congestion is a major problem on the highways of Trinidad
and to help alleviate the problems the government have set up water taxi
services – unfortunately they are geared to commuters so there is only one a
day at a useful time ...
... don't be taking any gypsy cabs!!" I scoffed at this and told her that I was not an idiot, and felt like I was proving something by politely ignoring Mr. Singh and his little adorable little mustache - think Indian Mr. Miagi. Feeling a little stupid, I looked at my driver and said, ok, can you take me, but I NEED to smoke first! When we got to his car, there was no taxi light, and I thought, if I am going in pieces buried in concrete, my mother is going to ...
... to see that Port of Spain has a very strong economy. Their downtown area boasts six or eight high-rise buildings. Along the roadside one could see numerous vibrant businesses, quite a few of which were international.
Some 20 minutes later we were at our hotel. Our room was not quite ready so we sat and ate lunch while we waited. We each ordered an $85 ($14 U.S.) Centro Burger. The burgers had eight ounces of ...
... have been wonderful, inspiring, and adventurous, this change to English now marks a turning point for this trip, we are heading slowly home via Miami, Los Angeles, New Zealand and Cook Islands. We'll be in Adelaide for Christmas, to meet our new Granddaughter, Bethany and back in Perth Boxing Day.
From now on English will be spoken, menus understood, pepper will accompany salt on the table, and best of all no more toilet ...
Other places to stay in Port of Spain
8 Carlos Street, Port of Spain | Hotelfrom $70
7 Coblentz Gardens, Port of Spain | 2 star hotelfrom $25
#53 Picton Street, Port of Spain | 3 star hotelfrom $83
5 Alberto Street, Port of Spain | Hotelfrom $83
5 French St., Port of Spain | Hotelfrom $20
35 Fitt Street, Port of Spain | Hotelfrom $20