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... a trail to where the boat ride started. We had to wait for the boat to do a couple of trips then we got on. It takes you round a bend in the river to the main falls. Breathtaking! There is a cave under and behind the falls which the boat goes into. The walls are all shiny and smooth. Once we got off the boat we made our way back to the bus. We drove further down the coast to the Blue Lagoon. What a place! The water is deep deep blue - due to its depth ...
... played with her children. I think she has about 6. They live at the top of a steep hill- which I successfully climbed with no asthmatic problems thank hyou very much- in a tiny house. We mostly played in their backyard where they have a makeshift swing. The older children took Lindsay & Betsy's cameras & took a ton of pictures of everyone & everything; I'll be sure to post some of those shots too!
Imaging waking to the smell of blue mountain coffee brewing and home-cooked Jamaican breakfast being prepared in the kitchen. Great Huts calls this breakfast continental but they are severely underrating it. Each morning Margaret would cheerfully deliver our choice of coffee or tea, fresh juice, eggs, toast and fresh fruit such as watermelon, honeydew and papaya. Cynthia even made the extra effort to prepare a hot bowl of corn meal porridge for me ...
... No, but all the same techniques that went into recording your favorite artist will be exactly the same for you, minus the booze, sex, and scandals.
Q : Can't I just record myself singing on my Karaoke Machine?
A : Yes, but you know what that will sound like? Like you sang into a Karaoke Machine!
Q : Can I go into a Recording Studio to work on a project like artists do?
A : Absolutely, again minus the booze, sex, and scandals (unless you want that!)
Q : I'm sure if I ...
... in the technicalities, the lore and the statistics of cricket. But what sets them apart is their unfettered, joyous appreciation of the game in all its aspects. Never a dull moment in a West Indian cricket ground; if the game is sometimes boring, the crowd never is.
When I attended the recent Test Match against Zimbabwe in Kingston, Jamaica, I kept a daily diary of the game. Here are a few snippets:
SUNDAY MARCH 26th 2000 (DAY 3) :