Cascadia Hotel & Conference Center
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... except for the border crossing. Good guide, except for the border crossing. Good local guides. I’d return to Suriname. I’d return to Trinidad although I’d rather go to Tobago and check it out next time. I probably wouldn’t go back to Guyana unless something special were discovered or someone offered me a free trip or it was attached to something else really grand. But I’m glad I hit all three ...
... this project started--and it would be nice to average it out to 1,000 towns every 4 years--a nice even number... And so, I decided to stretch my 2014 adventures on in to 2015, where I'll finish my 8th year of Parkbenching with a bang: A 30 day trip to the Caribbean. Why the Caribbean? Well, first of all, for family reasons, I don't think I should head to the other side of the globe right now, as my wife and kids are still adjusting to life in the USA. However, ...
... the equator and the ship had an intiation for the polly-wogs who had never crossed before so we went to watch. The poor cruise director was the worst for wear as she was cover in blood, chocolate, spaghetti, jello, merenge and whip cream etc. and then dumped in the pool. That pool must have been fun to clean afterwards.
We have been out in the Atlantic ocean since yesterday and it is rough.
At sea again today but will arrive in Recife Brazil tomorrow.
... than the 7:30pm time we had originally scheduled. They were very accommodating and we were quickly booked on the 12:30pm flight to Port of Spain. At 11:00am we checked out of the Johnston Apartments and trundled our bags to the airport.
Again with the attitude! While checking in for our flight I managed to put our bags on the wrong weigh scale for the counter we were at. They were on the adjacent scale. The young check-in lady made a ...
... cheese, bacon, lettuce, tomato, and Centro sauce. It was served with a small side of coleslaw and French fries. We each chased it with a glass of Merlot, so our $14 hamburgers turned into a $366.90 ($60) lunch...yikes! Even though it was pricey, I must confess they were pretty darn good!
We completed our room check-in after lunch and took a short nap. That was followed by an afternoon of lounging by the pool.