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TripAdvisor Reviews Andyville Jamaica Kingston
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... pack my swim trunks. Second, I was headed for Kingston not Montego Bay. What did I know, Jamaica is Jamaica, mon. Next time I'll know better and fly into Montego Bay.
So I did a little homework. No visa required, English is the official language and it's the middle of hurricane season. Besides that, I was not sure what else to expect. Well, sure enough. I was welcomed into the country without needing to present ...
... with gorgeous views. I'll upload a few pictures later, but the views from her friend Simone's house beats any scenic view in America by a long shot. She made us lunch- chicken curry & rice with a little bit of carrot. Having just aten a tuna sandwich I was not prepared for the huge portion of food she gave us! The food took up the entire plate! Luckily though, the food was delicious. I couldn't finish it, but I did the best ...
... obligatory azure waves plus some freshwater pools of cool green... a perfect last day to our adventure.
We really had been fortunate to see the best of Jamaica without the negatives that go with mass tourism (for that we would need to visit the NE coast).
Friendly locals, interesting villages and lush countryside completed the picture.
Finally it is time to go home, so later today we will head for the airport and back to Heathrow via Miami. It has been quite a trip!
... the south across the island to the northern coast where we met another group also doing the bike ride. Before the two mini busses started the long mainly single track road up into the mountains, I heard the lead driver say to Kenny, ‘Take it easy, watch out for pot holes and unmade bits, and if something comes towards you and you can’t get out of the way, close your eyes!’ Kenny then tried to reassure us that the other driver was joking. He wasn’t.
... the US and Cuba. That will give you an idea where we were at the time. It is now morning on Friday and there is no mobile or radio signal whatsoever. The signal from the Bahamas was strongest and allowed a quick update to nearest and dearest by text to tell all is well.
The air is now soft and warm; we have positively arrived in warmer climes. I joined the officer on watch for a brief spell as evening fell last night and I saw what I thought at first was an oil rig in ...