Cascadia Hotel & Conference Center
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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 ...
We had yet another early morning, with a 5am departure for the airport. It is a long drive away to the Georgetown airport, and it was good to get there early. We had coffee and watched the sunrise. The flight was on-time…and this time, we had big international seats. It was a bit pointless for the 50 minute trip, but it gave me a sense of what business class on Caribbean Air must be like. ...
... at the KFC next door before joining the scrum to get back on the bus
Decided to take a stroll into the Woodford suburb where the
smarter bars, restaurants & hotels are but dead mid afternoon on a Sat –
plumped for some local Caribbean food, jerk chicken at Irie Bites – there was
no bite whatsoever in the jerk and no garlic in the garlic sauce – what a cop
out. Menu pointlessly confusing – plantain & cassava were ...
... back at the cars speeding along the road as if we had never crossed. From there to Victoria Square was a mostly uneventful walk in the warm morning sun. After traversing Wrightson Road the other two lane streets seem small and slow moving. We had crossed their equivalent of a freeway and were now back walking on small city streets. Victoria Square was a pleasant block size park full of trees that were groomed and providing adequate shade for the benches that ...
... before we could get to our connecting flight.
Once we got on the concourse we bought some sandwiches, chips and drinks ($136). After inhaling those, we bought a magnet and key chain ($60). It was then that Tyler noticed he did not have his crucifix and St. Thomas medal. A quick trip by Leslie back to security resulted in retrieving the lost item. Then it was simply a matter of time, waiting for our connection to ...