Coblentz Inn Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Conference facilities
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... the first to arrive to order our meal. Only one lady knew that our group was coming up to do that and of course she wasn’t at the station when we started showing up. Trying to explain this to a wait staff that has no clue that this can even be done was really frustrating. And or course while we are trying to explain, more group members come in to order their meals as well. But it finally was ...
... passing by stops to listen. Soon she's joined by another lady... they both seem fascinated by the sight. "Are you a professional musician?" they ask. I explain the Global Parkbench Tour concept and they seem to really like the idea. "So you've just come here to Trinidad, without knowing anybody?" they ask in amazement. The first lady tells me she's a singer as well--so I as her to take a turn, and she lets out a beautiful gospel tune. "I really need to go to work ...
... we went to see Yip, one of Jabz's school mates for a 'lime' (their word that can mean anything from a chill to a party)... We just chilled, drank a bit and Yip cooked an amazing dinner (it seems to be a cultural thing, they never cook just for themselves, they cook a huge amount and offer it to guests until it's finished). While cooking, Yip, who's really funny and a bit overweight, made the best quote, "ders 2 tings I don't eat, a lil bit an' a ting ...
... and said we would take our chances in Port of Spain.
About an hour and a half later, we were boarding the Caribbean Airlines plane. Much to our surprise, we pushed away from the gate about ten minutes early. Caribbean is a nice airline, but they are not always the most punctual, hence our surprise.
In a short 55 minutes, we were at the airport in Port of Spain. We were surprised again when ...
Upstairs these lovely old colonial houses have all the rooms off a central corridor with a covered veranda going all the way around the outside so each room had light and natural ventilation – bathrooms & kitchens were traditionally downstairs. Here they have slotted in kitchens and bathrooms in closed off sections of the veranda. My move to get away from puking man and get better sleep has meant a room with 2 windows onto the kitchen, meaning ...