Le Sportel Inn
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... was a light lunch of soup, salad and homemade fruit juice. And another gorgeous digital screen photo display of the 13 species found here at the sanctuary. I also need to point out that this sanctuary is a natural environment - no cages or aviaries anywhere - these little guys hang out here because of the dedication of these property owners who have devoted their lives to the preservation and education of the Hummingbird. They are a protected species and it is illegal ...
... through the region known as Paramin, which is a very hilly region just outside of Port of Spain. We had fabulous views towards both sides of the island. It was getting dark, so we could not really see the neighborhood, but we could tell that people were out and ready to party.
Once back at the hotel, we were tired, and so we went for the free food and drinks at the lounge. Then, upstairs to bed, because we have a very early morning ...
... Vegas style hearses and roaring flames!
Walked back along the road to try and find a good local roti
– met a friendly older lady and talked for about 1km until the roti shop where
I had a quick but very uninspiring roti breakfast.
As temple visit short went to see another – Hanuman Murti
with a massive statue of the monkey god – certainly makes a statement!
St Mary’s has a shop that sells bus tickets plus used ...
... daily in Woodford Square, which just happened to be one of the parks that we would be walking to today. But that happens later in the adventure and we still had to walk to Victoria Square first.
Our first obstacle was crossing the main thoroughfare of Wrightson Road, where crowds of automobiles were racing on the twin lanes of each side of the divided highway. As I mentioned earlier these cars were driving on the left side of the road and they did ...
It seemed I was just drifting back to a sound sleep when our 05:30 wake-up call came courtesy of my Blackberry. By 06:30 we found ourselves with one of the embassy drivers on our way to the airport. There were virtually no vehicles on the road (no doubt due to the war last night), so we arrived at about 07:20; a land-speed record for Georgetown! We checked in and began our wait.
Thanks to Leslie's recent ...
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