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Whilst doing the marathon in Negril I ran together for a while with a peace corp volunteer based in Jamaica for the next few years. I asked her if she had a few spare days in Jamaica where would she go, Great Huts at Boston Bay was her reply. We booked in a few nights and then the following day worked out how to get there. We could get one of the lovely coach buses to Ocho Rios and then would require local transport to get us the rest of the way. Being a Sunday the ...
... by Jamaica's first black millionaire, George Stiebel. It is one of Kingston's most celebrated historical sites and you can always find people lounging or socializing in this central hub.
It didn't take much to make this such a happy day. Sure the massive house with the impressive flat screen and other shiny toys are nice, but they don't hold a candle to the simple things in life.
... cos I don’t! I have also taken my medication so all is well”.
“Public transport is like sardines, you see a hand, foot, head hanging out of the vehicle but there is still room inside somehow to fit more people”.
“De hotel in de distance was so far away from any where else and difficult for people to reach that dem say it was for people who were either nearly dead, newly wed or want to stay in bed”
“Jamaicans are ...
... entering a trendy smaller lobby of the hotel.
Sanwood sits high on a hill and is as large as it is bright, the decor completely surrendering itself to the meticulously landscaped 6-acre property. This level of the villa includes a separate fully-stocked, ultra modern kitchen area and full bathroom. In the living area, big fluffy furniture, a media center and walls flanked with original works from renowned artists and photographers invite you to take a seat, kick off your shoes ...
... 8211; it was about 12 miles away at the time. As it approached, I saw that it was a massive cruise liner, ablaze with lights from stem to stern. As it passed, I thought about the contrast between a pax on that ship and myself. I was standing on the bridge having watched the other ship approach on the radar and read the information about it from data sent by it’s AIS. Sure, I was not about to be entertained in a professional way, but after leaving the bridge, ...