Courtyard By Marriott Port Of Spain
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Spent christmas eve dinner with friends and will be off to Tobago the next day :) happy holidays!
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Monday 8th was another chilled day, I did some reading in the hammock and watched a bit of tv. Jabz's brother, Satori, came back from studying in England and I chatted to him for a while during which time we drank some horrible boxed wine which I don't think either of us really enjoyed. Nothing was going on in the evening so Jabz and I went to watch a film called Lucy at Movie Towne, a complex with bars, a cinema and ...
... We grabbed Church's Chicken (which was far, far less popular than KFC) and sat at some very crowded tables. Not what we would have wanted, but it was after 10pm and we needed to eat.
The hotel is fine, though it’s built in a very open area that feels (at least in the dark) like it expects an office park to grow up around it. Or an office park should have grown up around it but hasn’t yet materialized. In any case, the hotel was just fine for our very short ...
... is in the concourse area of the airport. That is the "secure" portion of the airport. Instead of being allowed to sit and wait for the connecting flight (which is always the same plane parked at the same gate) one is forced to be screened again. One could argue that is a security flaw since the screening only consists of a metal detector and an X-ray machine. Since there is not a full body scanner, there is a possibility ...
Ode to Courtney Walsh
Written at the Queen’s Park Oval, Trinidad, on the occasion of his 500th Test wicket
Old war-horse, gentle giant,
Last survivor of the mythic eighties
(When gods, not men, played cricket here),
Your wholehearted endeavour touches me.
Like some great Jurassic beast
Stranded in an age of sheep,
You dwarf your fellow players.
... the car properly, the main office was closed for the weekend and “No, we don't have an alternative available but you could have an upgrade, at extra cost”! Needless to say we weren't impressed with this response. We stood our ground and after much telephoning were found a replacement.
The next day, in relative luxury (responsive steering and decent brakes) we completed our tour of the Island with a trip down South to San ...