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... counter area, we started hearing rumblings that there was a pilot strike brewing at Caribbean Airlines. It seems numerous pilots called in “sick”, resulting in numerous flight cancellations.
In the Caribbean Airlines lounge, we finally made contact with an American Airlines employee. That employee assured us our reservations were intact. We found some comfort in that information. As we continued our wait, we ...
... good tour and a wonderful interpetation centre aling with a fine restuarant.
We then went to the eastern side of Barbdos to visit the Four Square Distillery, which is housed in an old sugar plant. The site is composed of quite a few old historic buildings.
Set sail at 6pm for Trinidad & Tobago.
Friday Feb. 21st
Arrived in the republic of Trinidad & Tobago at 6am. This is the last of the 4 island discover by Columbus 1498. Trinidad was under ...
... yawning” down the communal
plumbing and the his groaning/moaning meant I got no sleep whatsoever despite
the earplugs – I was furiously tired by morning and asked to move rooms.
Needed 2 massive cups of very strong coffee just to get me
moving – stupidly I only brought instant thinking there wouldn’t be facilities
in a place like this – not only a coffee maker but also filter papers ...
... to see something new for the day. And that goal was accomplished. We felt satisfied with our choice for the day, instead of being herded about from one tourist location to another; we did a walk about on streets less traveled by.
On returning to King’s Wharf, we again passed by the tent full of small stand selling a multitude of items that would ensure we would remember Port of Spain. At one of the booths , we noticed the lady that had sold us a ...
We arrived in Trinidad this morning and had breakfast as our ship docked at the port, from which we could see several large hotels. The amount of industry and business in Trinidad means that hotel space is needed for the many business-people that visit from other countries. We disembarked and boarded buses to discover the southernmost island in the Caribbean. First we visited two Hindu temples on the island. About 25% of the island identifies ...