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... second to last ones to leave.
Know we have walked down the street a bit but thought that it was just walk back to the park and around two corners and our hotel would be there. Wrong! We were over a mile away, more like two miles. So around the corner and to the end of the park, around the corner and to the next jog in the park and around two more corners before we finally got to our hotel. My dogs ...
... buildings are along the shore, there are a series of bas-relief murals telling of the contributions of the various cultures that make up what is now Trinidad. For the native Carib, the picture is of them hunting... for the South Asians, images of women dancing, drum playing, sitar playing and elephants... for the Arabs, images of women belly dancing, a guy shaving a kebab... a fat Arab smoking a shisha...
Wait a minute... is this mural really about cultural ...
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... counter at about 07:30 only to find vacant. I enquired at the information booth and found out the American employees would arrive at 09:00, so we waited. Shortly after 09:00, there were still no agents. I went back to the information booth. They told me the new arrival time was 10:00. We stood by, hopeful. Nearing 11:00, with no American employees in sight, we decided to go to the Caribbean Airlines lounge. However, before leaving ...
... br> We then went to the Armoury to see the cannons and one of the cannons has Cromwell's crest on it and the other one is in the War Museum in London England. Cromwell was never well received here and he forced Barbados to sign a treaty with him -- it is known as the Charter of Barbados in Jan. 1652 and in the chater it states that there will be no taxation without representation in the House of Parliament in England.
The last know battle here was in 1665 when the Dutch ...