Travel Blogs from Oakdale
... among us tourists before it started to **** us all off. Our guide didn't know any facts about the island but he knew everything there was about law breaking and the harsh penalties and fines you would face if you got caught. We weren't too shocked he knew all about them considering what we seen of him do during the day. He ran 8 stop signs, 5 red lights, drove over the lines on the road taking up two lanes, cut people off, he sped, tailgated, and shouted his HELL NOs out the window. ...
... enjoyed a few beers, but we were very guarded as this bar is famous for getting a bit heated once the locals were topped up with the local ale and whiskey.
The following morning K could not miss another boot purchasing opportunity in all the food and grain stores. She managed to get herself a pair of cowboy boots convinced that these were the real deal - BA have been notified they may need a bigger ...
... events, like belly flop contests and hairy chest conflicts, and lots of fun shows are on that day too! It was really amazing, but I was sea sick for a good portion of it because it was the choppiest cruise I have ever been on and I honestly think it was only because of the time of year we went.
Events on the ship:
- There are amazing things to do while you are on this ship. On the Destiny in particular, there was options to gamble, drink, play ...
... got settled and kids had a long swim, getting a bit cool for swims but still not bad, Don had a big sleep after 2 disprins one of about 3 headaches he gets in a year but theyre always good ones. I Had our happy hour alone then across to the Steakhouse ... Ryderz, was such a nice meal good fresh salad, steamed veges, steak and baked potato, feel real good. Back to the hotel and all in bed by ...
... a drive of 60-70 miles will take between 2 and 3 hours. This is because of the windy slow roads in all sorts of bad conditions, and the fact that the truck has to stop every half an hour to buy a beer. It's too much to ask Trini's to carry a six pack along for the ride, that would mean the beer gets warm. There are probably more bars per-capita in Trinidad than in Hoboken, NJ. So you can always stop and get a cold one whenever you want one. Now, to those of you ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services