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I was at the airport by 10.30 on the 28th ready to fly to Trinidad. The flight went to plan and, after almost a 2 hour wait at immigration, I finally got out and met Jabal (a Trinidadian friend from uni who I'm spending the next 2 weeks with). I went to get some money out before leaving the airport and for absolutely no reason the machine ate my card... ****** off was an understatement and once the necessities of food and a couple of beers was out of the way, ...
... have to get off.
We waited in Port of Spain on the plane while it was serviced and the additional passengers boarded.
The 52-minute flight from Georgetown to Port of Spain was very, very bumpy. Usually bumps do not bother me; however, it was getting to me on this trip. It was mostly cloudy and rainy throughout that ...
... to Leslie's cane. The bad news is Leslie was then immediately singled out for a second security search. Reflecting back, I guess she should be glad. Yesterday we were not certain she would make the trip. She was running a fever of 101 degrees. Today she did not feel 100% but at least she was not running a fever.
We pushed back from the gate at 05:20, about 15 ...
... or Early March).
If you have never read any of my previous posts…which also speak of Carnival, well a brief idea / introduction is its’ a Season in Trinidad that is dedicated to Music, Art, Drinking, Parties, Pan and Revelry. You see, this thing is what most people on the island look forward to. Several months in advance, people are seen getting in shape, running around the "savannah", Spin Class, Gym as if you are going to survive the month of ...
... the last wicket tumbles,
When it’s finally close of play?
Why, of course, you’ll take it in your mighty stride,
Because that has always been your uncomplaining way.
Thanks, old chap, for the pleasure that you’ve given,
The example that you’ve set;
You’ve graced the game of cricket,
And you haven’t finished yet!
Queen’s Park Oval, March 19th 2001