Roraima Residence Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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Etter å ha forlatt vårt lille paradis i Tobago og en cirka 3 timers reise ankom vi Guyana, kom til hotellet før midnatt. Man blir alltid litt sliten etter å forflytte seg - så det var rett i seng. Litt spesielt og spennende å sovne på et sted man bare har sett i mørket. Hva våkner man til neste morgen ? Vi skulle bli hentet av agent kl 0830 for …
... they didn’t so two whole suitcases were with us. Chris was busy trying to read them from the scales which was impossible to do so I suggested he hold them and get the weight and then subtract his weight. He’d never done that before. Wow, they just don’t teach “youngsters” how to be ...
... Inside, there are buckets placed strategically about the church to catch the roof leaks. Still, it is a lovely church and it is indeed quite large. We see some parishioners head into the back of the church - little old ladies barely able to walk but still manage to get to church. Inside is a lovely pipe organ. Only a few people are there besides us. We learn about Georgetown and Guyana's past. It's been colonized by many and ...
... taken into the jungle when space/weight permits. My driver's license was good enough for processing.
I had with me, Ray, the bag for the Mt Gay 1703 purchase. A staff member said I should try the local El Dorado product. He drinks the 5 yr stuff. All Caribbean nations are proud of their versions of rum.
As we waited, chatted with Mike about Alaska, bears, cruise ships inundating small towns, etc. Cheap Mr Teacher was filling his water bottle at a water ...
Back at the seawall we walked to just the perfect spot for the maiden flight. Preparing for that moment I was reminded of flying kites in Colorado in my childhood. I recalled the need to run for several yards with a kite in tow to try to get it up in the air. That was not required at the seawall. There was a fairly stiff breeze. I just directed Leslie to stand in one location and let out some of the string. I stood where I ...