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... immediately but of course my husband and I weren’t in that group. The desk clerks were so confused that they were asking who was together and who was in separate rooms. When I’m tired, I almost turn into an ugly traveler and I was close here, especially when other couples were getting rooms before we did as we had been the first couple to turn in our paperwork. Didn’t seem fair. While ...
... and presidents of their own countries and destinies. I'm not saying that everything is fine here, and what happened in the past is all OK--but I do think that this makes it a lot easier for a society to move forward without that weight of unsolved injustices among the races and social classes... old wounds that just keep popping up again and again in other parts of the Americas. "Trinidad is the least racist place in the world" my host, a South African later ...
... the rest of the night arguing with English and Trinidadian banks... which proved a complete waste of time. Jabz had to work so I went out with his mum to visit some friends. Everyone's incredibly friendly and hospitable, but I really can't understand a word they say!! It seems that when Jabz speaks to English people, he massively dulls down his Trini accent so I had a false impression of how they talk. Anyway, Jabz's mum, her friend and I ended up going for a ...
... fashion, boarding did not begin until midnight.
Our seats were 25C and 25D, two aisle seats. They were at the very back of the plane. That bode well, because in Georgetown, they normally bring two sets of stairs, one at the front and one at the rear of the plane.
After an uneventful flight, we exited from the rear of the plane and went through immigration ...
... We grabbed Church's Chicken (which was far, far less popular than KFC) and sat at some very crowded tables. Not what we would have wanted, but it was after 10pm and we needed to eat.
The hotel is fine, though it’s built in a very open area that feels (at least in the dark) like it expects an office park to grow up around it. Or an office park should have grown up around it but hasn’t yet materialized. In any case, the hotel was just fine for our very short ...
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