Halito Hotel & Residence
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... began to get really rough, we found ourselves at the pier in Parika. We got off the boat and began our walk to our car.
At one of the street intersections, we stopped at the market to buy some fruit. Actually, Leslie had been looking for potatoes for our dinner that evening. Not one of the vendors we checked with had potatoes.
I believe we were all relieved to get into the relatively ...
... as I am – though he knows a lot more) climbed in (me taking co-pilot again, Paul and Keegan in the middle, and Kyla and David at the tail). Our first stop was Orinduik Falls, on the Brazil border. The flight was wonderful – a little bumpy and times, but it provided such a great view of the surrounding countryside. The rainforest stretches for a seeming eternity and is seldom broken, and then only by small mining camps or homesteads. Few roads were visible. ...
... everyone looking for the best spot from which to watch. Many children across from us passed the time waiting on the floats by playing a game of jump rope.
Finally, after much waiting and anticipation, the first float arrived. The occasion reminded me of a parade of lights one might see in Anytown, USA, during the Christmas season. The only difference is there were quite a few wide gaps between many of the floats. From that first float to the last, there was ...
... with motor vehicles. The vehicles are sometimes so close that one is worried about getting "flat" toes from the tires. Often there are just inches to spare. The drivers don't let this bother them in the least. It is not unusual to see a driver stop, order an item from a vendor, pay for the prize, and then drive on, without ever leaving the driver's seat.
There are even live chickens and ducks available in the market. Supposedly the owners of the stands ...
Main Street hints at how beautiful Georgetown used to be. When the garbage is picked up it does look striking with the stately trees providing a canopy over the central walk in the median. Early on Georgetown was known as the "Garden City of the Caribbean". That title no longer holds due to the amount of garbage that seems to be everywhere.
Continuing to circle around I ended up in front of St. George's Cathedral. This is ...