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... them - good news indeed. We spent so much time here and traffic was so chaotic that we had to abandon plans of taking me to a popular beach if I was to get back to the ship on time. A quick picture stop at a lookout over the Port of Spain cityscape, a stop for a local beer and back to the port. Goodbyes to Sati and Lynda, many thank you's from me for their hospitality and gifts of a hat, bracelet and traditional Trinidad fruitcake and I left with promises to meet ...
... br> My tour was of the Garrison Historic Area - this garrison was established in 1789 and remained in operation until 1905 when the forces were removed. The garrison is also home to the oldest functioning race tract in the Americas as there is still racing occuring every two weeks here.
The black men were freed slaves who did the work and the white men were the officers so segregation was very up front and centre.
We arrived at the garrison and entered the state room ...
Caribbean Airlines were a mixed bag – many of the in seat screens failed, which is a drag on a 10 hour flight. Reluctant to give up my good legroom window seat for another with operational entertainment. Had the stewardesses trained to bring me regular beers to keep me going through the long hours – got myself in the holiday spirit with some Stag, one of the most popular Trinidadian brews.
... enjoying the sounds and sights of the band in the center of the park. Large TV screens allowed viewing from all parts of the park. Large statically placed speakers ensure that all in the park would be able to enjoy the music from the center stage. The festival appeared to be a run-up to the Carnival activities that would be beginning next week. As a precursor to Carnival, we felt that it was indeed preparing us for the event. We will be involved with Carnival ...
Port of Spain is located on the northwest coast of Trinidad island and is the capital city of Trinidad and Tobago. It is probably most famous for its Carnival which takes place prior to Lent. It is a mixture of parades, music and calypso competitions with costumes and masks. While entering the port facilities from the ship, you are greeted with a huge ...
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