Palm's Hotel Trinidad
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the other side of town.... to prevent hanky panky with the boys school, presumably. My sisters had attended here, as did I for half a year of kindergarten in 1949. So it was an important link in the memory lane tour.
A remarkable feature: back in the day, parents would pick up their children after school at a turning circle at the head of the driveway that served the campus. While we waited for our parents to show up, shelter from the tropical sun ...
... he became so much less charismatic when I flipped the camera on, so he doesn't seem particularly happy in the interview. Anyways, I asked him questions about beliefs in the supernatural in his culture; he talked about Obeah, but he said that those types of practices, like in Jamaica, belong to an older generation of Trinidadians.
See you all next time!
Love and Peace,
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... people and the pavement. We were in stores that most pasty white folk wouldn’t go in….thank goodness for Curtis.
We went out for supper for Robynn’s big 18th birthday. We had a great time
Mike is off to Tobago…..let’s see how that goes. Here's hoping that we all get to make the big move soon.
Until next time