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Travel Blogs from Treasure Beach
... and prodded all over, sat on. My hair has been pulled and plaited, my arms squished. My cheeks squeezed by little coffee-brown hands, followed by little coffee-brown arms covered in CheezStiks making their way around my neck for a hug.
Yusef slowly shook his little 3-year-old head and smiled when I asked him “Wha gwan Yusef?”
I barely made it into the bathroom alone because I can’t ...
... have a number and take their turn through the canal, providing the $130,00.00 has been paid and cleared. We made a slow approach into the first lock and watched as the ship was raised the first stage of three stages to finally be 85 feet above sea level. After entering the first dock and the height is reached the gates open and the ship enters the second lock where the water level is again raised and then same process for the third level. Each time the ship is guided by locomotives ...
... and the market and Auntie Alma’s dinners. In it are the late night talks in the middle of the week and all that I have learned about them and all that they have taught me about myself and that I still have left to learn. Washing dishes and watching movies and making bets and not nearly enough pictures.
There is a small midnight blue piece with Mas Seymour’s ...
I decide the bar patio area is a better
location for some much needed sleep.
Emancipation Park is very pretty and
surrounding areas are nice. The Park can also claim the title of
having the most generously endowed statue. It's ridiculous!
The Bob Marley museum which is his old
Kingston home is fascinating and well worth a visit. Bob was voted
the second ...
... hugs I've ever received in my life. Everyone laughed, and I was smiling ear to ear. It was easily one of the best "Big Ups."
We returned, and Brittany and I worked on our devotion we were going to lead the next day. A few of the deaf students came out to see what we were doing. They slowly crept up behind us. They laughed, smiled, and sat next to us. I tried to recall some sign language, but I could only remember how to ask, "What is your name?" ...