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| Unlike an earlier reviewer, my arrival experience was much easier. I had obtained a visa before I left London and hence had not got that issue to deal with on arrival. It was a short walk across an airbridge into the small old airport. Then down some stairs into a rather cramped area where visas where purchased on the right and forms filled in on the left. We did not know we had to fill in a landing card which asked for almost the same information we had given on our visa application. We were fingerprinted, photographed, asked questions for which the answer was already on the form, passports stamped and through to baggage in minutes. Our flight was virtually empty but I would imagine that on a full flight it could be a different experience. Our bags were in the hall and for the first time ever, someone checked my tags against the bags I said were mine. Another X-Ray and then outside. There was the usual melee of taxi touts etc awaiting everyone. I have heard of ridiculous prices being charged ($40 US for a return trip to the nearest ATM because the airport ATM was not working) but luckily this did not apply to us because we were transferring to another part of the airport. This is an old undeveloped airport and it looked as if there was little work taking place on the almost completed new airport so do not expect anything to change for some while. I have been to far worse airports and this was not as bad an experience as I had prepared myself for.