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- Continental Breakfast
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... Great. The mountain roads were terrifying!! We were halfway up the mountain and I was on the verge of regretting this trip when we stopped at a little cabin in the mountains called the Blue Mountain Coffee house and gift shop. We were up at about 2400 feet. Here they served us brunch and, of course, Blue Mountain coffee! I had my cup of coffee but couldn't eat anything. I felt too I'll after the scary trip up! We had to sign waivers at this point and get ...
... 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.
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... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... no problem’. Well they may be all of those, but these guys work containers the like of which I hadn’t seen on this voyage. The ship was chocker by the time we got back – the stern section was what we saw first and it was totally full all the way across and up 6 containers high above the deck. This was the same in front of our cabins and bearing in mind we are on deck F, we get day light through the front windows but can’t see further than the next layer of ...