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... guide.It was so difficult trying to get up the falls because you couldn't see where you were stepping ,but at the same time it was a memory I never want to forget . After Dunns river falls we went to the beautiful beach there for around 40 min , then split off in groups to go to margarita vile. Jamaica was beautiful and exploring it was so much fun. It was also really interesting seeing the life styles of ...
J organized us all to go to the disco at Jewel Dunns River for the evening. We chipped in for our driver Lloyd to take us there and back. We got a good turnout but not all of the ladies went.
We saw some things we didn't expect like the "One drop". It's a dance move? Kinda? It cannot be explained. One must experience this in person. None of the girls who tried it got anywhere near to doing it so ...
... bottled water. He had a case sent to our room. But if you asked for bottled water at the buffet or restaurant you didn't get it - I always brought my own. They should be better about stocking the refrigerator with water and do the soda each day.
1. The drunk, fat, hairy-backed 30-somethings sitting at the swim up bar all day long turned my stomach.
2. Then there was one poor worker whom had the worse teeth I've ever seen.
Not much Ugly at The Braco Village.
Everyone knows Jamaica. It’s iconography is blatant to the point of being cliche. Rastas, Bob Marley, Marijuana, Beaches, Usain Bolt. Part of us was looking forward to validating this somewhat (minus the weed) but we were a bit hesitant as well. We’d been in relative safety for the past few weeks and Jamaica has it’s issues with crime so we raised the Defcon and started staring everyone down as we flew into Kingston early that Wednesday morning.
... a head covering and this lead to some confusion on all sides, and then another sister stood up and volunteered, without a head covering either.... then as the meeting progressed, more and more sisters took their turn without head coverings! I was shocked because we have had some very clear direction on the use of head coverings when interpreting, but I the brothers explained to me afterwards that only the main interpreter taking the lead wears one here, not ...
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