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... gear for the bikes. Helmets, elbow pads and knee pads. Attractive! We were also given a coffee demonstration, and told how the coffee goes from picking to roasting. The guide Vinnie showed us how they roast coffee in the mountains. Very interesting! Different to how we do it of course! We have heat guns! After all this we had to get back on the bus (eek!) for a drive up to our starting point at 5000 feet. We reached this point at 12pm. Here the bikes were waiting for ...
... dining area and lounge was a soothing place to convene with staff and guests. The Rock's Cafe on the edge of the cliff was an inspiring place to watch the sunrise, meditate to the sound of the ocean, and take in the majesty of the bay with its cerulean waters, blonde sand, and green hills. I fell asleep every night to a symphony of crickets chirping, frogs peeping, and other melodious wildlife warbling to the back beat of waves and distant reggae.
On achieving a state of ...
... the entrance we barely noticed the tiny engraved sign hanging on the wall that instructs us to "push button for service". We pressed the button and moments later an authoritative voice rose from the electronic intercom and asked us to state our business. Luckily, I had an appointment to perform a travel agent site inspection that morning and with some checking and rechecking, we were eventually give permission to pass.
Slowly, the large doors began to open inward and we drove up ...
... the Prime Minister, the Sports Minister and Walsh give speeches in front of an ecstatic crowd. The voice of Kapil Dev - from the UAE - is broadcast over the tannoy. He has sent three magnums of champagne to the new champion. A great little ceremony overshadowing the match itself, now as good as over thanks to fine West Indian bowling and ****-poor Zimbabwean batting.
I go back to my hotel a contented man.
As I say, in years to come I will ...
... jungle covered headland towards the cliffs. It is kind of like the ‘Swiss family Robinson’ show that was on TV when I was a kid! The huts are meant to be traditional but have some mod cons like power and a bed. They sit up on the Cliffside of Boston Bay which is an amazing little spot. We went down and checked out the surf that was rolling into the bay. This guy “Formula” was renting surfboards for $20 US an hour (we ...