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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... we had a good seat to view the falls from the planes. It was not as I expected but both planes had wings over the body so at least no one would be staring at the wings as we were flying. I had rather expected a plane with one aisle and a seat on each side. What we got was a plane with 5 doors and a two person seat ...
... we visit that are new and different. Guyana is a diamond and gold producing country and I had truly hoped for a chance to see some of their gold and diamond jewelery but not today.
We only had about 20 minutes to check out the 8 or so stalls, a lot of which had alligator-skinned bags and other leather products that most likely would ...
... curl together to collect water, the frog then becoming a resident for its natural life.
We walked through some cool rainforest to get to Rainbow View. The soil is poor in nutrients due to the lack of sunlight. Pauline nearly went for a pratfall, saved by hubby of Ms Ice Pack. Imagine being so uninteresting that I d/n even know his name a week into the trip [or even a worthy nickname].
There were better angles down the gorge from the Rainbow View. Not a ...
... we bought two Banks Premium beers from them.
We took our beer to the next tent where an old man offered us a chair. We took him up on his offer and sat there at that early morning hour to drink our beer. The man was probably in his 60's. He had a long beard and long hair. On first glance, one may have steered clear, but he was a very nice man. We very much enjoyed talking with him.
One of the stories he shared ...
... So, the bonfire symbolizes the victory of good over evil.
The following day, Holi or Phagwah gets into full and colorful swing. The colors used actually symbolize spring's emergence in all of its colorful glory. Various colors are thrown on others in celebration. Some even use the ashes from the bonfire for the black color.
The day before Holi, Leslie and I noticed people making a large pile of what looked like ...