Bantu Hotel & Lifestyle
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- Minbar in room
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... tidy squares and a wide range of lunatics trying to sell you tat. I nearly bought a hat from some guy, but decied not to. Because I already have a hat. And I didn't like the one he was trying to sell me. And it cost the equivalent of one night's accomodation. One can't sleep in a hat., can one?
Apart from sweating and strolling around town I visited the Naval Museum of the Carribean, set in another colonial building, ...
... walking, he said that he had met Lidia in the mall and she was going to the beach now. I changed quickly, and Lidia and I headed to the beach. Ahhhh! The water was like bath water. We bobbed and floated in the water for an hour and a half. Then we decided that we better return to our rooms as it was time to shower and get ready for lunch. It was perfectly delightful to chat with Lidia and enjoy the fresh air, sunshine and waves.
We met Lidia ...
... br> 2. Feeder flights - allow as much time as possible between arrival time and the departure time of your next flight. I thought 2 hours 10 minutes was long enough - but wasn't especially with a terminal change at somewhere like Heathrow, a late arrival, and not having ben booked all the way through at the start.
3. Don't fly BA....... unless no other flights involved or important travel deadlines to be met.
4. Carry toothpaste and toothbrush with you - ...
... a beautiful job of landscaping where the ship docked and there was a very small zoo near the entrance to the port. We had a tour scheduled that included a carriage ride in the old city and then a drive through the newer parts of the city. The old city is contained in the inner walled part of the city and was declared a historical sight by UNESCO in 1985. We drove to the Old City and saw typical industrial and residential areas. Near the port most of the homes were older and ...
... out that every little village always has a school and soccer field. We made a stop at a local families home where they had different fruit samples available. My first tast of sugar cane stock, cocoa beans and a tropical apple. Then we headed to Del Monte Plantation, a banana processing plant. He took us into the banana groves first and then we got to watch the bananas ...