L'Orchidee Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... been in India, I'm well aware that there are aspects of Hinduism that can be backwards, cruel and oppressive if interpreted literally. But, I think, if praying to a statue of Hanuman helps you express your innate sense of spirituality, I'd say go for it. Behind me are a list of rules for visitors to follow: no gossiping... no expressing comparitive opinions of other religions... no expression of sensual pleasure. No rules about not ...
... else in Latin America who would turn down the opportunity to work in the US...
Finally my ride shows up and we head to the airport, passing through Port of Spain. It's three in the morning, so I'm sure there'll be no traffic...
Wrong. The city is in gridlock
"Tonight is ladies night. There's a big concert/party at the stadium--guys can go, but it's mostly for ladies"
Ladies night? I thought that was just a gimmick used ...
... and said Machel was a dick. Haha. I didn't see that coming. Nigel Montano hung out with us for the day aswell. Beach time went until 1700hrs (5pm) in which napped, swam and added to my sunburn. Another great day at the beach. We dropped Cleon off at his house and returned to Morton house in search of a restaurant to have a final meal while Judith, Munira and the other Catherine had a pool party to go to. It wasn't until 10pm that me and Catherine finally settled on the Castle ...
... Breath hold by me...Then to be asked if he'd caught anything Craig replied ' only you!!' At which there was much laughing!! Phew. The Customs on the dockside were just the same and had more of a sense of humour than many others we'd met. We had no TTDs (Trinidad, Tobago Dollars) as we had to pay overtime for being a second bank holiday, Corpus Christi Day fell on the same day as Labour Day so they had two days. We only knew about the first, Bad timing! No problem they ...
... 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.
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