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... me. The fruitcake provided the perfect opportunity to appease Robbie of one of many wishes on his bucket list. He had been envious of the waiters singing and banging crockery and cutlery and presenting a cake to anyone celebrating a birthday. I've never seen a grown man get such pleasure from simple gestures - his joie de vivre is intoxicating. I arranged for our waiters to present my cake to him, singing 'happy World Cup' instead of happy birthday. His reaction was ...
... anything that Kyla could eat … so we ended up a Subway, which has make-you-own salads. The line was long with locals, so I suspect it is difficult to get fresh veg anywhere in town.
We spent the rest of the afternoon sitting around the pool. We then had drinks at the lounge before celebrating Paul’s birthday at the hotel dining room, sitting outside, enjoying the cool evening ...
... the park and sunset, with lots of
birdsong and later, bat song.
Sunday is probably not the best day to travel especially on public transport, but given the rip off the local taxis are to the airport, just had to make sure I left in time. Flagging one down to get to the bus station and then finding the correct maxi taxi to the junction near the airport went fine. The problem is always the route taxis, identifying one in the first place – I just wave at any ...
... on all of the sidewalks that converged on the center roundabout from the four sides of the square park. We stopped for a few minutes in the park to look at our small city map provided to us at the Cruise Ship Passenger Terminal.
We exited the park on Park Street, turned right, and headed for Fredrickson Street which would led us to our next designation. We noticed that the closer to our destination the heavier the traffic became. It was approaching noon ...
... extras left over from first class. We thanked her profusely.
The muffin was not warm, but the crusty sugar glaze made up for that. The scone was piping hot. The butter completely melted when it got within two inches of the scone. They were wonderful; although, I must confess I felt very self conscious being one of two people in coach eating.
We touched down at Port of Spain at about 11:05. We had to go ...