Palm's Hotel Trinidad
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... of the day we actually had a crowd of neighbours watching over the fence, showing appreciation as they have not seen any progress at this location for years and were finding out about Habitat for Humanity through our field volunteers. It was very surprising for me to see a crowd and very affirming for the whole team. But how could it not be, right? I have added pictures to show our progression throughout the day. More ...
... and organise a hostel for our first few nights in Costa Rica. No rest for the liver though, hit the rum again Tuesday night with the Manchester and Edinburgh crews, dancing away at Gravity... Still the only ones on the dance floor! Edinburgh kids kicked our asses at karaoke though... Wednesday was a final trip to the beautiful marigot bay before a relaxing night with movies and popcorn. If any of you readers ever make it to st Lucia, you have to go to marigot bay. Amongst ...
... a square shape – very cool building but hard to describe! I then entered into Panama Bay, which is lined with these huge buildings, but is also home to a lovely park and walkway all the way into Old Town. The park has free football pitches, outdoor excersize zones, a Chinese park, a botanical garden, kids park etc… It goes on and on and is really cool! I especially enjoyed watching a couple of speed skaters who were flying down the bike path – they were ...
... an exit row was completely empty. I asked if we could switch to those seats, but I was told no. There was some sort of a problem with the exit window. The flight attendant did offer the row in front of the exit row. It was completely empty too.
Leslie and I switched. As soon as we did, the lady that had been seated beside Leslie, had her friend come sit with her. As soon as ...
... to some reggae music. It's these kind of opportunities where you really get a feel for local life and this was one happy singing big black dude. When back in Port of Spain, I picked up some drinks and headed back for a little Siesta.
In the evening I wanted to sort out a few things on the Internet and while walking to the cafe, guess who I bump into? Yep, Markus. He walks over, grabs my arm and tells me I made him sad. I pushed him off ...