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Another 3 weeks on. It's stuffy, hot, humid and uncomfortable. The Mosquitos rampant and eating me for fun, the breeding season I'm told. The constant water under the boat from rain and washing down the boat from the Antifoul dust does not help as they lay eggs in this. My first trip to a larger supermarket 6 miles away,was interesting. I got the maxi taxi(5TT- 50p) with Ingrid, happily browsing new products, but not wanting to carry too much back, I kept to basics. ...
... When we were boarding, Kyla was upgraded (because her record had been associated with mine.) I let her keep the upgrade. Keegan and I were seated in the exit row, so we wanted to talk about his thesis. (Yes, of course Keegan was super-eager to talk about his thesis.) We did that, resolved every issue, then we both read the rest of the flight.
Upon arrival, Keegan and I had to catch up with Paul and Kyla … and when we reached the immigration line, we were ...
... world I don't understand. One of them is how passengers arriving at Port of Spain from Georgetown are treated. In Georgetown, to get into the waiting area, one must pass through a full body scanner. In addition, shoes and bags must go through an X-ray machine. That is all very similar to the U.S. However, upon landing, all Georgetown passengers are screened again. That is what I don't understand.
After getting off the ...
... down we saw the error of our ways. The seat in front of me was touching my knees. The top of the seat was within four or five inches of my face. Our seats would not recline because of the exit row behind us. That soured our attitude and made for a long flight.
Our attitude took a turn for the worse when we landed at Port of Spain and we found out we would have to disembark, ...
... was lovely and we behaved like tourists having sunbeds on the beach for a few days. We hired a car with some friends and toured the island and found a place called Englishman's Bay. It was deserted apart from the lady who sold us fish and chips for lunch on the beach one day……King fish and Tuna - not quite the same as at home!
The fish we saw whilst snorkelling were amazing and so colourful and we have got many good memories to take ...
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5 Alberto Street, Port of Spain | Hotelfrom $83
5 French St., Port of Spain | Hotelfrom $20
35 Fitt Street, Port of Spain | Hotelfrom $20