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No basics at pricey Panorama semis

On Sunday, I took a visitor to the North Stand to witness our Panorama, and was so ashamed when we went to the ladies' room. There was no toilet paper and no water.

The cost of the ticket was $350. Do you mean to say PanTrinbago could not afford to pay someone to monitor the supply of paper for women, and make whatever arrangements necessary to get water for patrons to wash their hands? That is basic.

We pay lip service about making T&T first in the Caribbean where tourism is concerned, but we ent ready!

Faith Smith

Woodbrook

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