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... in Jamaica because they live In a very corrupt place. At around four we headed back to the boat and signed in, Then me and others left to go do something on the main deck, After me and the guys had dinner at a Taste (which was free) it was really good and the meals came super fast. After we headed to the sport complex to go play soccer then to the hot tub for the rest of the night. it was a very eventful but amazing ...
Today was amazing. We woke up and went to the buffet for breakfast . After we met as a big group and left the boat for our first excursion which is Ochos Rios .(Dunns River Falls&Maragrita vile . At 10:00am our group left to go on the bus for Dunn river falls. When we got there it was insane how high it was, and the fact that we had to climb it was scary but really exciting ! We split into groups and went with ...
... of sanity (where did that come from?), I decided against climbing up the 600 metres Dunne River waterfall, a shame really as it looked like fun. Our tour guide was bubbly, taught us some of the local lingo besides "hey mon", like if you call someone jerk means they are hot and spicy like their famous jerk chicken but if you say you're a jerk then that's what it means.... Also said that we were all called Monique while we were there, ...
... to have a Red Stripe. It’s a Jamaican beer that you can get in the US, but it seemed fitting that we should have one while we were actually in Jamaica.
So we found a place close by that had an outside patio and a guy playing the steel drums. It was interesting watching the street vendors walk by. One guy had a steel cart that he was using to roast peanuts. It was powered by a wood fire. Another guy had a cart with coconuts, complete with a ...
... and an Iguana before venturing down to the main boardwalk area with shops and also where the Shark show was going to take place.
The first thing K saw by the shops was a real pirate who he took a shine to and the fact the pirate only had one leg meant K thought he was the real deal. A quick visit to the shop to spend his birthday money from his Auntie Georgette and he was dressed as a true pirate too ready to take on his new foe. A few photos ...