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Travel Blogs from Treasure Beach
It was the most peaceful moment of the entire week, when Kim and I were traversing over the sharp and edgy coral, where the world ends. Well, where my world ends. We left the patch of beach behind us, and gingerly stepped up to examine giant conch entombed within layer after layer of coral, just as a grandmother's sitting room becomes layered in lace with time, as if to say, "see, I am becoming more precious and delicate every day."
The sky was ...
... than where crossing the lake ,at the front of the ship watching this whole process take place on front of our eyes. I must say an amazing thing to witness and we now have a full understanding of the whole process and the need for this canal to be built in the first place. A feat that was achieved 100 years ago next year, only makes one wonder. The Panama Canal in now in the process of having the third set of locks built,which in itself is a major task even in this day and age, to ...
... from the outside furniture, (I
can't help but laugh). Luckily Luuk agrees to share the tent with me
and it turns out another guy who I think is French.
After mistakenly being taken Lucky 39's
which is a seedy stripclub in Downtown we decide against going in and
head to Quad in New Kingston, surprisingly none of the girls fancied
Quad is cool ...
... Between the 11 of us and the 4 girls from Mississippi we were the majority of the attendees. Others included a few people from the community, Brooke, a visiting pastor and his wife, and the American teacher at the deaf school who also brought her young daughter.
After church was lunch where we had a pumpkin based soup with dumpling and yams.
Next stop was the clinic... Finally! We piled, get this, 18 people into a van and made our way up and ...
... br> myself into my work and the Jamaican culture.
Anyhow, here is an update on my life and my work in Jamaica: as always, my work continues to be rewarding- yet challenging. [Most] Tuesdays and Wednesdays, I work at a school near Cross Keys called Bethel Christian School in their kindergarten room. In stark contrast to any school I’ve ever been to or visited- this class only has six kids total. In many ways ...