Radisson Hotel Trinidad
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... shops (similar to Baz Vegas in Essex, if you know what that is). On Tuesday I went up with Satori to a 'the spring' which is a pool in a river in the forest a few minutes' walk from their house. It's a really picturesque place, great to have on your doorstep. My view of the place did take a slight turn for the worse when, while I was sitting in the water minding my own business, I noticed a ******* huge ...
Up and out the door of our home by about 02:15. By about 04:00 we were waiting in the airport for our flight to Trinidad and Tobago. Leslie had read in the local newspaper that because of all of the passengers during the holiday period, we would not be required to get off the plane and go back through security. I was skeptical; however, we ...
... non-metallic items could be introduced to a passenger and be brought into the secure area undetected.
When I made it to the end of the screening line, I was surprised that it was easily 100 meters to the screening area. That did not count the zig zag portion of the line. The line inched along at a painfully slow pace. By the time I got back into the concourse I only had about 25 minutes to wait to board the flight to Miami.
... security again, and then get back on the same plane. Not having a transit ticket made the experience even worse. The attendant had to hand write a ticket for each of us. We took our tickets, went through security, then sat in the waiting area. The one good thing was we got our original seats back.
We arrived in Guyana at 21:45 and made it home at 23:00, a long day of ...
... your matchless haul of wickets –
Half a thousand now with more to come –
But by your unpretentious service to the noble game.
No tantrums, no bad feelings mar the even tenor of your historic path;
Nothing spoils the straightness of your aim:
You’ve always put West Indies first,
And after that your fame.
Unfazed, as yet, by the vicissitudes of fickle Time,
How, Courtney, will you ...