Errol's Sunset Cafe and Guesthouse
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First off. Thank you TravelBasecamp for this trip. I love Jamaica and I know that this trip is going to be epic. So, planed was delayed. Whatever. Everything irie mon... We landed before we were scheduled to land. All good. Took the "pina colada" bus to our resort. Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton in Lucea. Drive was about 40 minutes. Quick check in and we got one of the new villas that was just ...
... amazing properties intermingled amongst the ghettos! We drove all round and through Montego Bay which is a large extremely busy city. Eventually we arrived at Nine Mile which is where Bob Marley grew up initially with his Grand Parents! Now you are really into wacky Baccy territory here !! It is the only place in Jamaica where it is legal to smoke the weed!! The guide asked if anyone wanted to buy a 'spliff' or some cake!! We ...
Today has been much like any other though the wind got up this afternoon! Robert took out the Cat this morning and the wind was perfect ! This afternoon was another story as the waves got up whilst he was at sea and he had a few scary moments ! Fortunately all turned out well but some got into difficulty and couldn't get back in !! Sarah ...
... apparently was destined to the Island of St Lucia, but only got as far as this bay and the locals decided they liked it, so took up a collection and bought it!. Narrow roads and lots of traffic made it quite dangerous as a pedestrian, but they survived the exploratory mission, buying lunch at the bakery and stocking up on a few things both at supermarkets and vegetable markets. For the first time, we actually went to a ...
... in New York last week we have managed to fit in runs here and there with no real constituency. We enjoyed running through National Parks in Africa with game animals and sunsets as backdrops, battling with hectic traffic whilst running through Kampala in Uganda, fabulous architectural sights in Europe and fabulous parks in Paris, running part of the France Ironman course in Nice, running through vineyards in Tuscany, running in the Switzerland ...