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... just too difficult to get around so we drove back and stopped at a scenic point. It had steps down to a very small beach and we spent some time there, all by ourselves.
Jamaica continues to be a challenging place for me. Heat, driving, the Jamaican way of life.
sleeps there and I
switched to bedroom #2 a few days ago.
On the bed in bedroom #1 was the entrails, again in a pool of blood that the cat was feasting on.
I picked up the rat with the tongs and threw it outside. Stripped the bed and threw the ...
Today was a much needed day at sea. We got a ton of sun yesterday and are both pretty tired today. We started with breakfast at the solarium, one of the few places we haven't tried yet. It’s the healthier eating buffet. The food wasn’t particularly good, though to be fair none of the buffet food on this ship is very good. We’ve been eating a lot at some of the other dining venues and have only visited ...
... a supernatural experience at 18th century Rose Hall, haunted by Annie Palmer, the famous "White Witch of Jamaica. Pick escorted tours with drivers or guides, unless you’re planning on staying for a while and venturing far field, this will be cheaper and more sensible than hiring a car, which can be pretty expensive.
Is the capital of Jamaica and is also the largest city in ...
... fun. Definately had the weirdest sensation of motion when looking down at moving water rushing past my feet.
After the tour wandered back to the taxi stand and along the way picked up some sugar cane. Lots of it around the place and you can basically get pieces of chopped up stalk. You then need to chew on this in order to get the sweet water out of the cane and into your mouth.
Got back to the hostel and ended up playing the evening drinking rum and playing ...