Regency Suites Hotel
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... bags to pack in so they brought their whole suitcase. This was the one thing that Adventures Abroad screwed up on in their pre-trip briefing. They didn’t tell us to bring a small bag to pack for two nights in the jungles. You’d think the people that didn’t have a bag could have gotten one from ...
... doesn't keep me from trying though.
We get out of the bus to go look at St. George's Cathedral - which Georgetown claims as the largest wooden church in the world. It is huge. It has flying buttresses! No gargoyles though. The church isn't in that good of shape. Some of the outer wooden siding shingles have been blown away or ...
Only Omar d/n go. Paul asked days ago for people to let him know who wanted to come. The price was in the notes. Omar had put up his hand, claiming it was an expression of interest. Wrong again, Diet Coke Drinker. A local staff member of the booking company came along in her stead.
We drove off through the Campbellville suburb where Paul grew up, heading to Ogle International Airport to fly with Air Services Ltd. We all had to get weighed as extra ...
... building. I had taken photos of that building from a different angle in the past. I found the angle that morning particularly interesting.
With the kite in the vehicle, we began our drive back to the seawall for the maiden flight. En route Leslie noticed a home that had a pink door. It stood out to her because of the nearby flowers that were a similar shade of pink. I made my way around the block so we could capture the home ...
... quite certain what to expect since it is a pontoon bridge. One of the people at work said it can be a little nerve wracking when large trucks pass by. Regardless, as we drove across the bridge we did not find it uncomfortable at all.
The Georgetown side of the bridge is a very urban area. Conversely, the west side of the bridge takes one into a mostly rural area. On the west side of the bridge there was a sign indicating Parika ...