Roots Jungle Retreat
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... the blog ... and after I had minimised the photos .... again no access to WiFi. As I was in my PJs, I stopped short of going to the Atrium to use the WiFi signal from there.
Just as well because when I saw Gabriela this morning, something has happened to the WiFi in my laptop and it just cannot be found so it would not have worked even if I had ventured into the Atrium wearing my PJs.
When I press Ctrl/F3, the only function ...
... the east road is not very well traveled and has lots of potholes, along with some hair-raising bends around blind corners due to the grasses and assorted vegetation. The southern road, on the other hand, is vastly smoother and significantly wider. Wider meaning it is roughly 1.5 times the width of a single lane in the U.S. The tradeoff for that luxury, is some of the tightest hairpin bends around dizzying heights and dropoffs I've ever witnessed. To be fair, the views as you ...
... We walked to the base of the falls where the water from both falls meets after crashing down the mountain. Every little bit of our first day at our first port was worth any sea sickness that might come my way in the near future. And it was a day filled with water, bubbling water, hydroelectric water, sulfurous water and hot water! A learning experience. ...
... been fortunate enough to go to some of the best places such as Hawaii and the Virgin Islands, where I was dazzled by the beauty, and the clarity and the amount of wildlife. However, there is something that champagne reef had that nowhere else does…and that’s natural bubbles before getting out to the main part of the reef. The bubbles make you feel like you’re actually swimming in a glass of champagne, it was awesome! I didn’t take any ...
... like Woodstock '94, with everyone and everything sliding through the mud. Still, very fun, very worth the walk. I found this interesting "aphrodisiac" rum there that they add some type of cinnamon stick-looking tree bark to...and yes I'm aware they sell it in stores, but somehow I doubt it is spot on similar....no comment....very good ...