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... how much suffering I saw there. In another town near Portland called Ochos Rios, if you walk a couple of miles down the road from the posh resorts in which Westerners stay, you come across alot of hungry children and struggling mothers. So from what I can tell, there is definitely a dual reality going on here, and it's often tough to tell which reality is which. This reminds me of A Midsummer Night's Dream. In this play, it's often difficult to tell just what is reality since ...
Thanks to the coffee contact in Kingston I had received through my relatives in Switzerland who are in the coffee business, I was invited to a visit a farm and a factory in the famous Blue Mountains where some of the world's best coffee is grown.
I was picked up by the son of Mr. Shirley, we first drove to the office where I met the other son, some more people and of course Mr. Shirley to whom I had talked before on the phone. What a ...
... to new life here in the States.
We had been warned that Jamaica was extremely violent and that we should not try to immerse ourselves in local life. We had been cautioned to stay on the compound as much as possible and hire private taxis instead of taking public transportation. When we arrived, Laura and I found the atmosphere to be quite okay, mon. Granted, there were signs of violence. Almost all buildings we saw had bars on the windows and doors and ...
... to the terraced trickling waterfall and just up a few stairs is a large passageway in the coral which leads to the outdoor shower area. Here you will also find a wood carved sink and additional toilet.
Back inside the hut you will see the high climbing wood carved staircase which brings you to the
second level's massive bedroom, sleeping 6 guests comfortably in 2 queens, 1 single and a long sofa. The third level is the look-out tower and albeit is more ...
... attending one Test Match - England v West Indies - where the West Indians in the crowd kept us entertained with their non-stop wit and beery high spirits. After the carnival atmosphere of that Test Match, I dreamed of one day seeing the Windies play at home - in Port of Spain or Bridgetown or Kingston.
My cricket-watching days seemed to be over when I quit working in England. No great loss actually, because the expat life offered so many compensations. Then, ...