Halito Hotel & Residence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... tasty food. Some of the local dishes were ok and some were just so so and there wasn’t that much of it either. Usually there were three dishes and a dessert but they really tried to calculate how much food to make for the number of people. While that’s admirable to keep waste down and such, by the time ...
... all their "suitcases" in a row for pick-up and storage and small bags ready to go to the nature reserve.
Breakfast done - rather slow - but we had expected that having been warned that things happen at a much slower pace in these countries. Head out to the hotel reception room and start introducing ourselves to people whom Chris (tour ...
... to skip it but it was the only chance to see a bit of Georgetown plus The Bottle restaurant was attached to a heritage hotel property. The usual mess up, the taxis 15M late on a night when sleep will be at a premium for me [leaving the hotel at 0300]. Many unseen bits of attire out for the last supper.
Georgetown by night was a blur. The restaurant was in the central part of the city. Most of the tourist attractions are to the west. Tulse was our ...
... Brazil. However, first we needed to get to Lethem in the southwest of Guyana. We had a choice of a 27hr 4x4 journey or a 1hr flight. After our previous experience of 4x4 travel in this wet and muddy part of the world, we opted for the latter which involved a very small plane and some spectacular views across the Guyanese jungle.
We spent a night in Lethem, a nondescript border town, before taking several shared taxis to Santa Elena, Venezuela, via Boa Vista, Brazil, 4hrs.
... I was actually taking some of those photos with the aid of my tripod. At one point, a man approached. He kept saying, "Did you see me? Did you see me?" I finally figured out he was talking about the photograph. I told him no, but quickly hit my shutter release button. Then I was able to tell him I did see him!
From the seawall, Leslie and I headed toward the Kitty area of Georgetown. I had driven by a few days earlier and ...