Hyatt Regency Trinidad
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... with his mum and she gave me a mini tour of the key bits - Brian Lara Promenade, Frederick Street (the main shopping street) and The Savannah (the world's biggest roundabout)... The centre's surprisingly small but it just sprawls forever. I was driven to meet Jabz at his work for lunch and after he went back, I had a wander round Tunapuna, the town he works in... it has a shop called Rattans selling fake American brands at stupidly cheap prices, so I had ...
... we turned up the road that borders Queen’s Savannah did we cool off.
The old houses along the savannah were a bit decrepit but pending renovations. Most of the houses were built in the first decade of the 20th century for wealthy plantation owners and other ex-pats. The two most famous (Whitehall and Stollmeyer’s Castle) apparently housed the Office of the Prime Minister and are being renovated for future use by ...
... what I had just heard! I have gone through Port of Spain seven different times. This is the first time I did not have to get off the plane, go through their airport security, and then get back on the same plane. It was a bonus!
Not long after that, we were back in the air on our way to Georgetown. Another 45 minutes and I was finally home!
... know that our TD account in Canada is good for 2400 TT$' anybody remember travellers checks?
Some bands had two and three times the equipment and if you get close enough your whole body becomes a drum, now I know what arrhythmia will feel like. thanks to the kind and gentle ladies of the Tribe band WC truck who let us sneak aboard so as not to add to the already high level of urine on the streets, check out one of the uploaded photos. ...
... morning sunshine came in…everyone was rightfully intoxicated, all smiles, care free and didn’t want it to end. But alsas….our feet were ready to drop off!
Our Jouvert came to an end and as usual…the sad feeling filled me as I know I will have to wait another year to do it all over again! Once again…Ive lived to enjoy a moment of complete abandonment, joy and embracement of my free spirit!
Hope I will see some of you there next year ...