The Chancellor Hotel
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... against traffic. Our poor guide, we passed right by her apartment but her car was at our hotel so we couldn’t do her a favor and drop her off there.
We had agreed with one other group member that we’d all go fabric shopping if we had time because his wife is a quilter also (I’m a quilter) and he was sorry he didn’t get any in Suriname. He wanted to walk into town. We saw how ...
... Trinidad had no need to develop a tourism industry. As Sherry pointedly observed, "there are no white sandy beaches."
But there are some lovely green areas. After negotiating a series of hairpin turns up a mountain, our van arrived at the The Green Market, located in the northwest corner of the island. The Market is a weekly event, small but happening, with foods, spices and crafts for sale, a band from Ecuador and places ...
... late. Today was absolutely no exception. Our driver actually arrived at 02:20. We loaded our baggage in the Suburban, locked the door on our home for the final time, and took our seats in the vehicle. By 02:35, we parked in front of the Pegasus Hotel. The additional passenger was due to depart the hotel at 02:45. She did not actually emerge from the hotel until 03:05. As people that like to be on time, that drove us nuts.
... 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 ...
... have no communication with them. Pretty tough all told!
Had got a feel for the lay of the land on the flight over the North, with lots of mainly wooded (jungled) hills, with lower flatter levels given over to agriculture or the urban sprawl of Port of Spain, the capital. Could even see the massive traffic jam I would hit on the way into town from the airport!
Was a long slow journey to get ...