Two Seasons Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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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. ...
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 ...
... early on Sunday to escape the sun and work on my US visa application. After work on Monday I got the bus to Kingston ahead of my embassy meeting on Monday. From Halfway Tree bus station I walked to the Reggae Hostel where I was staying. A really nice place with friendly people. Unfortunately I was only staying for one night but it allowed me to see what there is to do in Kingston for another time, with street parties every ...
longer than I had expecting I'll upload them in instalments of 10
days from now which will also make it less laborious to read. I've
already had to delete half of what I'd typed for this entry to keep
it at a reasonable length.
In summary of my first 10 days.
- Loving Jamaica, the weather and
- I have no tan to speak of yet.
- My host family ...
... understand the rush once we got on the road. It felt a little like a combination of a rollercoaster and video game between the hills and dodging pot holes, trucks, and goats. Luckily I loaded up on the Dramamine before we departed. The countryside here is so green. Our drive was mostly along the coast and we saw kids playing in the water through the trees. We passed through a couple markets filled with fruits for sale, jerk chicken, and various other goods. ...