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... we got to some stores that seemed to have fabric and popped into the first one and there was our other group member, getting some fabric. Yea. He had much better instincts for finding it or much better instructions.
We ran in and I started pulling out cotton fabric to be cut. Hubby went across the street which looked like another fabric store and found out the best place was around the corner ...
... this trip that has gone so well thus far.
After dropping off my stuff at Tony's Guesthouse, I head back into Port of Spain to finish exploring the city (it hasn't even been officially Parkbenched yet) On my way I realize I missed some of the most interesting parts--like the main shopping area, the cathedral and the new auditorium which is the most visible landmark from the air. I guess I don't really need to rush around cramming in new towns--I've done plenty of ...
Lunch on the ship, served on the Lido Deck, is a buffet-a few hot dishes and a selection of salads, cold meats and cheeses, all very tasty and more than enough to eat in the middle of the day. Seating during a deluge (like today) can be a problem as not all of the tables are under cover. Everyone seems to get fed though.
Nothing more is scheduled until dinner tonight. It is still raining. I may go to the ...
... additional bills to replace those refuse.
I made it back to the immigration line just as we were motioned forward to the next window. On the other side, we made it to the lounge where we finally had our first cup of coffee for the day.
We finally boarded our flight, but the door of the plane did not close until 05:48, 13 minutes late. The plane pushed back at 05:52 and we were "wheels-up" by 06:00.
... state functions are still held here today.
The Barbados flag with the two blue stripes represent the sea, the yellow in the middle represents the sand and the broken trident on the yellow represents the break from Britain as Barbados gained their independence Nov. 30th 1966.
There is a Prime Minister as well as a Gov. General like we have at home. In 1990 the then Gov. General Rita Barrows whose brother was P.M. at the time lead a motion to have Nelson Mandela freed ...
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76B Ariapita Road, Port of Spain | Villafrom $80