Junuary 29th 2009, Japan-Jamaica, 

2008年02月23日(土) 9時33分
The American Airline flight No.176, takeoff at 17:30PM
From Narita airport Tokyo Japan to Montego Bay

Narita airport---------------New York-------------Miami
11~12 hours 2〜3hours
---------------------Montego Bay airport
1hour and half

The Montego Bay airport to hotel we take bus.
We are going to get the BREEZES MONTEGO BAY hotel at around 21:00 PM August 19th 2008
Just stay one night in the Breezes Montego bay hotel.



Junuary 30th 2009, Jamaica 

2008年02月23日(土) 9時47分
At noon
The Montego bay reggae music museum (ISLAND International inct 166B Gloucester Ave. White Sands Beach P.O. Montego Bay W.I. JAMAICA)
Bob Mary museum
Record factory and studio
Record shopping
Than go back to the hotel and eat dinner, to enjoy hotel life.

February 1st 2009, Jamaica-Haiti 

2008年02月23日(土) 9時53分
To go to Haiti
Stay at Hotel Montana Haiti
Presidential Palace in Port-au-Prince
〜listen about Haiti education backgrounds~

Haitian Painting
To do Regional Art
About Haitian painting
Antimonite Artists
The painters of the Artibonite region in central Haiti, where Hopital Albert Schweitzer Haiti is located, have developed their own style, which is quite recognizable.
The style began with Saincilus Ismaël, the recently deceased great master of the region, who was influenced by Byzantine art he had seen in books. Ismaël began to paint in 1956 after visiting the Centre d’Art in Port-au-Prince. His paintings are marked by exquisite detail. Every article of clothing, house, or tree is painted with a different intricate geometric pattern.

February 2nd 2009, Haiti-Dominican Republic 

2008年02月23日(土) 11時11分
Early morning we leave Hotel Montana Haiti and take bus to go to baseball stadium the Estadio de Quisqueya in Dominican republic.

The game is going to start at 6:00PM
Go to watch baseball game of Dominican winter baseball league at Estadio de Quisqueya

address:Calle San Cristbal, casi cerca de Tirrandentes
Plaza De la Salud, Santo Domingo Dominican Republic

We stay at the Sofitel Hotel Nicolas de Ovando Santo Domingo

February 3rd 2009, Dominican Republic 

2008年02月23日(土) 11時19分


We go to Christmas city and we join folk dance.
Then go to Zona Colonial.



Ciudad Colonial (Spanish for Colonial City) is the first settlement made by Columbus and the Spanish explorers in the New World. It has has been declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Ciudad Colonial, colloquially known as “Zona Colonial” (Colonial Zone), is part of the original Santo Domingo de Guzmán, Dominican Republic, and the origin of the district dates back to the 1500s. The District is located in the west corner of the Ozama River, which bisects the city. The district today covers less than 5 square kilometers. It is an important section of the city due to the high number of landmarks, including Alcazar de Colón, Fortaleza Ozama, Catedral Primada de America, and others. The city was surrounded by a defense wall extending from the Ozama River to "La Puerta del Conde" (The Gate of Conde in Spanish), which was the only entrance to the hinterland and the furthest boundary of the city until around the late 19th century.
The Spanish used this settlement as the first point of influence in the Americas and after that conquered much of the American mainland. Even though Spaniards focused their attention more on mainland cities after conquering Mexico, Cuba and other regions of Latin American, Ciudad Colonial remained an important historical site. The cobblestone “Calle de las Damas” is the oldest street, dating from 1502. The pedestrian-only street is is bordered by many of the zone's more prominent landmarks.

There are two important commercial districts in the “Zona Colonial”, these are “Calle del Conde” and “Avenida Duarte”. Both have many shops and cafes. Avenida Duarte is the local shopping center, and is currently undergoing a renovation plan which aims to make the area more appealing to tourists
Then we go back to the Sofitel Hotel Nicolas de Ovando Santo Domingo.






February 4th 2009,Dominican Republic-Grenada 

2008年02月23日(土) 12時41分
We take the airplane to go to next country of Grenada.
Spend the night on the airplane, we arrive Grenada at 7:00AM the next day.

Do diving at 4:00PM
We join the Aqua dreams travel squab diving program.
The program include hotel so we stay the Coyaba beach Hotel.

About the diving program

Aqua Dreams Travel, Inc., is a Florida registered seller of travel. We are a full service travel agency, but specialize in dive travel. How did we get in to this line of work? Well, it goes like this: Gene (the president of Aqua Dreams Travel, Inc.) started diving some 30 (plus) years ago out on Catalina Island in California. Terri (the vice-president of Aqua Dreams Travel, Inc. and the real boss of the company and family) started diving several years ago after she saw Gene go out for a night dive with another person of the opposite sex. Unfortunately, Terri was left behind on the beach with several adolescent daughters watching a "native" show. Well, Terri was certified a month later (in the snow in a Wisconsin lake!) and has been diving ever since. The Caribbean and Central America have so much to offer above and below the water. Aqua Dreams Travel would thoroughly enjoy the opportunity to help you explore the reefs and rainforests of the Caribbean.
Then come back the Coyaba Hotel, eat dinner enjoy after it.


February 5th 2009,Grenada-Trinidad and Tobago 

2008年02月23日(土) 14時36分
In the morning We get on the ship from sent Jones Grenada to port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.

The next day just there is a carnival event one of their culture, so we watch it and to do Limbo dance.

Carnival is the soul of Trinidad. Yet simply to say this reveals and conceals a great deal.
The distinctive recognizable Trinidadian Carnival was born in the period of emancipation from enslavement (1834-1838). Here as the formerly enslaved surged onto the streets, claiming the landscape as their own. Now this contradicts an interpretation of Carnival that has been popular in some circles. That Carnival (carne – flesh and vale – goodbye) represents the farewell to pleasure as the Catholic Church enters the period of fasting and penance that is Lent. This may be termed the Eurocentric interpretation and indeed in Trinidad the Catholic French Creoles used to have such pre-Lenten Carnival balls. Indeed the descendents of these balls are still in evidence.

Limbo is a novelty dance that originated on the island of Trinidad, though Hawaii is often mistakenly associated with limbo. The dancer moves to a Caribbean rhythm, then leans backward and dances under a horizontal stick without touching it. Upon touching it or falling backwards, the dancer is "out". When several dancers compete, they travel in single file, and the stick is gradually lowered until only one dancer — who has not touched either the stick or the floor — remains.

Then we stay at the Hilton Trinidad & Conference Centre.

People eat Trinidad and Tobago food “ROTY

February 6th 2009,Torinidad and Tobago-Venezuela 

2008年02月23日(土) 15時02分
Get on a helicopter to go to near the Mt.Pico Bolivar.

To stay the night at mountain hut, to take rest and ready for to climb the Mt. Pico Bolivar the next day.

February 7th 2009,Venezuela 

2008年02月24日(日) 10時54分
At 4:00AM leave the hut house& go to Mt.Pico Bolivar starting spot.
And then we start climb the mountain.

The Pico Bolívar is the highest mountain in Venezuela, at 4,981 meters. Located in Mérida State, its top is permanently covered with Névé snow and three small glaciers. It can be reached by means of the Mérida Cable Car, the highest cable car in the world, which departs from the homonymous city. Pico Bolívar is named after the Venezuelan independence hero Simon Bolívar.
The Pico Bolívar is located on the mountain previously called La Columna, next to El León (4,743 m) and El Toro (4,695 m). The new name was suggested by Miguel Febres Cordero in 1925. It was officially renamed on December 30th, 1934.
We have to come back the hut house by 9:00PM
And stay the hut house

February 8th 2009、Venezuela-Costrica 

2008年02月24日(日) 11時49分
To get on airplane, go to Costrica.

2:00PM Tropical rain forest Gondolas sightseeing

Necessary: rainwear, sneaker, and opera glass
This tour is take 6hours and half an hour.

We stay at the INTERCONTINENTAL COSTA RICA (Prospero Fernandez Hwy ,Escazu 11856-1000 CR ,In front of Multiplaza Mall 506 2082100)




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