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... Twyman’s son now runs the business but she still hosts visitors to her house. Our freshly brewed coffee was accompanied by breads, danish and cookies. We left the estate with some freshly ground coffee in hand. This warm welcome was definitely the highlight of our trip. Lastly the trip concluded with a short stop at the Army barracks, lunch at a jerk restaurant and a trip to Port Royal in Kingston. By the time we arrived ...
... back at the hotel I thought! Off we went again, stopping at various points until we reached a school. All the children here were aged 3 - 5. The children sang for us and then came round and shook our hands! They were so sweet! The teacher then gave us all cards with their address on so if we wanted to back home, we could send them school supplies. I think we might just do that! Off on the bikes again and at 2:30 we reached the end. A stunning waterfall where ...
... on peddles for brakes. This was really painful to do with my left knee so I had to constantly break with my right leg. I thought my leg was going to drop off by the end of the ride.
There was a break for lunch where we met up with the coaches and Kaisha was re-united with the family and her coach.
Our bike guides were great fun, very entertaining, silly and a scream. There was one casualty when an older lady fell off her bike about 2/3 of the way round. ...
... in the shrubbery that had gone completed unnoticed by us earlier. I couldn't help but wonder — as in James Bond fashion, if that opening had been momentarily created for our passage and would be disguised again once we passed.
Fortunately for us, Syd, as she prefers to be called, was as knowledgeable about the very cool runnings of GeeJam as she is charming and she tells us our first stop on our tour was to be Sanwood, a large, 3-suite villa which is original to ...
... Nice place, it was built by cooperation between the Italian and Jamaican governments so they claim. It is close enough to walk to Frenchman’s Cove. Yesterday we checked out the beach at Frenchman’s cove and I must say our photos don’t do it justice. It is one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen. A river/stream flows between the gardens and jungle into the cove which is protected from the full force of the ocean by ...