Two Seasons Guest House

St. Elizabeth, Treasure Beach, Jamaica | B&B
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This B&B is located on St. Elizabeth, Treasure Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Treasure Beach

    If I Settle On the Far Side of the Sea

    A travel blog entry by lindsay.papsin on May 21, 2014

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    ... and you will love people so much you don’t know what you are going to do without them. You will be happy again.

    And it brings me so much peace to know this. There is nothing in my life that I can touch, in the past, in the future, in the here-and-now, other than what is right beneath my feet.

    So I stand on the edge. I open my arms wide, and all I can see is the sea before me, fingertip to fingertip. I close my eyes. I listen to my God. And I am okay. ...

    A Thousand Scattered Moments

    A travel blog entry by lindsay.papsin on May 05, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... me to kneel next to you and pray. To hold hands and lift them to the Father. In your church and mine.

    For letting me romp through your yard like one of the pickney, and run inside the house, wetting up the place when it starts to rain. Sitting on the floor, laying on your bed, doing my hair in your mirror.

    For inviting me to eat with you. Babies on laps, and dishes on babies laps, and forks ...

    Day 38, Saturday 14-9-13. Cartagena Colombia

    A travel blog entry by kenbarbara on Sep 14, 2013

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    Today finds us on the way to Colombia and the old city of Cartagena. Cartagena is a true Spanish city with style as we have grown to know. This city has an 11 mile stone wall constructed around it to keep the pirates out. The city was rich in gold and emerals. The millionaires lived in the inner part of the old city and the poorer people liver in an outer area which was also closed off by a smaller wall and gates.The poorer people were not allowed in the ...

    Jamaican living part 1

    A travel blog entry by joemartin on Feb 07, 2013

    25 photos

    ... needs cooking to resemble
    scrambled egg in both appearance, texture and not unlike it in taste.
    Saltfish is strangely cod which is imported from Canada but has
    somehow become the national dish of Jamaica.


    Thursday 14/02/13


    Jamaican Apples are more or less
    tasteless and there's clearly no reason to import them to Britain.

    An interesting day at work ...

    We're having fish tonight!!!!!

    A travel blog entry by tdfraser on Dec 12, 2012

    5 photos

    ... to make coffee. We all got to take turns grinding it with a big stick. Once we got to dinner, Toots had all her jewelry laid out to buy. She had some cool earrings, necklaces, coconut bowls, hats and bag. They were all made out of coconut shells or seashells.

    For dinner tonight I did some major branching out. I ate a whole fish... head and all. The taste was actually pretty good but the appearance was a little hard to get over. I ate most of it ...