The Normandie Hotel & Conference Centre
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... in Port of Spain at 06:55, we taxied to our gate. While taxiing, we decided we should go to the American Airlines ticket counter. American Airlines had all of our connecting flights to Grand Junction, Colorado. Since we would not make our connecting flight in Miami, we did not want the remainder of our tickets cancelled.
Disembarking the plane, we wound our way through immigration and customs. We made it to the American ...
... This is ceremonial done 3 times a week at noon.
Next stop was the George Washington House where George came as a 19 year old from the State of Virginia to look after his brother Lawerance who was suffering from T.B.. While here George contacted small pox and of course he recovered, returned to the states and the rest is history.
Our next stop was the prison to have a look at one of the cells of the blacks as the whites were in different buildings. Our last stop ...
... the queues after a 6 car pileup and I was thankfully dehydrated as we later got lost – couldn't find the guesthouse as on the wrong square. When we got to the right one, still couldn't find it - directions and signage poor.
Having read the reviews I was expecting a pretty run down but traditional place and it didn’t disappoint, but Pearl’s is friendly, well located and economical. ...
... the building was painted red. The name was born and every since the Parliament of Trinidad and Tobago meets here in the Red House. Although it was destroyed by fire in during the riots of 1903, it stands as a symbol of enduring democracy in the islands. This will be an impressive member of our collection of colored buildings. We have seen the White House in Washington D.C; the Blue House in Soule, Korea and now the Red House in Port of Spain.
We were now ...
... and morphed into treasure. So for the past few days, the hard-working Nature Seekers employees would spend their nights guiding turtle tours on Matura Beach, and then arrive at the Nature Seekers office early the next morning to learn how to make glass jewelry. By the time we would roll out of our bunks and wander upstairs for brunch, these awesome young guys had been melting bottle glass with propane torches next-door for several hours already. Within a few days, the guys ...