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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Our wake-up punctuality is digressing rapidly! Instead of 7:30am it's almost 9 by the time we roll out. Down to the hotel lobby for breakfast, we have 1 adult and 1 kid breakfast included in our room rate...we should have stopped there, instead we ordered another adult and kid breakfast and ended up with exactly 1 adult and 1 kid breakfast too many …
This trip is getting off to a late start...usually it's 4-5 days in before we start getting tired and our morning wake up time starts to suffer...haven't even left the house yet and we're up an hour later than planned (yikes!). Not to worry, we scramble and leave only 7 minutes behind schedule. Gotta swing by the jobsite on the way past downtown …
... was at Baganara in Guyana.
When we arrive, the dock is full of tourists going on the same boat ride. A boat leaves the dock that is chock full of people and I’m hoping that we don’t end up as packed. Luckily we got our own boat and a good guide except I ended up in the front of the boat and sometimes could not see what he was pointing out because he had gotten the boat close to ...
... the carnival brings us all together" We all exchange emails and phone numbers and go our separate ways. A really refreshing first multi-encounter here in the Caribbean. I continue on into what looks like the embassy district. Here there are some beautiful traditional Caribbean houses, with their intricately carved wooden or metal eaves... nice to see a little historical architecture at least... I come to some big, ugly concrete roadblocks. Let me guess... ...
... again, probably had to be there but it had me in stitches We left Yip's and went down south so Jabz could show his face at a house party quickly and to pick up his girlfriend. We were back by 2am where Kahlil, Jabz's brother, was waiting to drive us to a massive party for their independence day. The party was aptly called 'in the paint dance' - try saying it in a Caribbean accent. The party was sick, it was on a beach, had free alcohol and food, there ...