"Nuestra Casa" Guesthouse
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... s right in front of me, or I won’t be able to hold any of it. In fact, the only thing I really can put my hands on is that piece of earth under my feet at any given moment.
He says: My child, look at all that has happened in the PAST three months. And 6 months and 12 months, and 22 months. I have done many many things that have brought happiness. I have watched my students work their way through the vowels sounds of a word and then mentally ...
... br> For showing me how to cook. Or almost cook. For looking at me like I have sixteen heads because really, I should already know how to cut a roast breadfruit. And now I do.
For telling me that my butt is getting bigger and that I’m eating too much meat. Followed promptly by "But Jesus loves you and so do I."
For laughing at me when my Patois sounds funny.
For laughing at me when ...
... back we did a stretch class as we had missed morning. Tonight we had a wonderful experience of a deck party featuring Beatles music. The night was stolen by the crew who did the most amazing job of providing a smorgasbord Spread like you cannot imagine. Ice statues fruits made into floral decorations, melons made to be faces and many more features. The food was a huge array of seafood, sushi,salads, whole small pigs, barbecued lobster tails, along with Chechen ...
... br> luckily the strongest of the tremors only managed to dislodge a book
from the shelf above on to my bed. I can now add 'Earthquake
Survivor' to the list.
Me and Erin head to the River to catch
a mid day Safari. It's clearly not tourist season as there is no one
else about so we manage to get a private Safari with Rasta George.
The river is stunning and we are immediately met by a 7 ...
... people you don't know for some of the journey. When we arrived we were greeted by a swarm of people claiming to be 'official tour guides' and offering the mausoleum and plantation tour for a stupid price. After some bartering, we agree to start with the plantation tour, which is a tour of the plantation where Bob Marley worked. About 20 metres from the roadside we find what they're really growing at this plantation. The forest floor is covered in ...