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Today's port of call in Jamaica is Falmouth, a quaint port town located on the north shore of the island. After breakfast we loaded up lightly for perhaps our more adventurous excursion: a tour of the island coast and hike up famous Dunn's River Falls. It's over 900 feet from the base of the falls at sea level to the top. You walk all the way down on ...
... annoyed us a bit to the point where we couldn’t even read the information, so we had to rather sternly tell them to shut up and leave us alone! By now it was lunchtime and in perfect placement nearby there was a little roadside food stall and bar. Cold water and beer was available and the very rustic kitchen had a great selection of local traditional foods – boiled green banana, boiled and fried johnny cakes, yam, ...
... that the information was
almost all incorrect! We did check out
the beach where there is a reef off shore, but it was too rough to snorkel
today. Wendy and Rick gave Belly a tour
through the CBD, picked up a few things and went to a locals type restaurant
for lunch. Belly and Wendy had the local
specialty, goat curry, which was really delicious. Rick unfortunately had to wait ages ...
... I am one of those persons whom doesn't enjoy games but I enjoyed watching her have so much fun. We also don't bother to go to entertainment so I can't comment on that.
I went to the hot tub- it always help me sleep. But I didn't stay long when the drunk 30-somethings showed up I was out of there. This hot tub (there is also another smaller one by the main pool) can probably hold 35 people - I've never seen one this big. It actually looks like a swimming pool.
... with champagne and wine. People were getting smashed off their face here. The next night, I had the French restaurant and the British pub food. The British Pub was hardly British at all, but the French served me the best filet mignon of my life. It was unreal. A lot of people complained here about the palm trees haven't took root yet and were held up by boards and some other things, but I enjoyed it. It was a great atmosphere and my ...