Forres Park Resort & Spa
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- Free parking
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... by the time we returned, we’d missed farewelling Jean and Michael who were flying back to Australia today. Back on the yacht we were entertained by some beautiful young ladies being filmed and interviewed on the jetty beside us. It turned out to be the filming of the last challenge for a reality TV program to choose a top model. During and after this entertainment we enjoyed drinks and dinner and an early ...
... with friendly locals. We finally headed back to Kingston to end our Jamaica chapter. Overall Jamaica was vibrant and the people were vibrant and friendly too - almost exclusively the ones that weren't trying to get our business. We felt safe - especially in Negril and Treasure beach, but felt wiry with the regular hassle. We were always referred to as 'white girl' or 'whitie' and felt a little frustrated with the constant labelling - white people are rich and black people ...
... I was filling my stomach with sandwiches and packets of chips. Then I walked to the side of the mineral hole. Looking down all I could see was crystal blue water at the bottom of a 25 foot drop. Other tourists were jumping from the top into the hole. This may not be the safest activity for students because the jump is surrounded by rocks and people could get hurt if they drop onto someone below. Knowing ...
... 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 ...
... mix countless juggernauts to overtake, sometimes 2 at a time, blind bends, an average speed of about 60mph and a crazy driver who must have crosssed his fingers twenty times.... I was very glad to get off that bus!
In Barichara we walked part of the ancient walkway the 'Camino Real' and sat in the quiet squares watching the world go by. Another surprise for us in Barichara; after a torrential downpour we had a room visitor - a 6 inch scorpion. It looked ...