Travel Blogs from Kingston
... that i packed before leaving as there is no where to buy food along the way.
The tour was cruising through the rainforest at a reasonable pace to see everything and take in the beautiful scenery, all the animals looked so free in their natural habitat it was the of the greatest boat tours i've ever been on. This would be a must ...
... this lady and taking care of her. One person is lifting her up, one is collecting her bag while another one is fetching a drink ( it turns out she is diabetic). One person is calling the lady's family while another is calling the ambulance. The lady faints once again and this time a young Jamaican man with long dreadlocks gently picks her up in his arms and sits her down on her suitcase. Someone arrives with a carton of orange juice and the ...
2 cups undrained canned crushed pineapple
1/2 cup peanut butter
1 tablespoon tabasco
1/2 cup chopped fresh cilantro
salt to taste
From Indianapolis I went to see the Smyths in California and as always I received one of the warmest welcomes I always receive when I go to see them. I decided to surprise their daughter and son. Dore told the kids she was on her way out to get a dessert with Pat. So it turns out I was her dessert. Hope she doesn't want ...
... We met Mr. Shirley's sons for lunch at Usain Bolt’s Tracks & Records, a very modern and innovative restaurant, lounge, sports bar concept they have built up with some more friends. Monitors, a big screen which can be lifted and has a stage for live acts behind and for me the first time I have seen dining tables with built in internet touch screens, nearly forgot that I am in Jamaica. I got a tour through the whole club ...
... is never empty and there is always food and a home to share regardless of who you are. Aunt Joyce has spent her life raising and bringing up lots and lots of kids in our family and extended family and to all she is simply "Aunt Joyce" or “Aunt Jice” as it sounds more like with a Jamaican accent.
When we arrived at Aunt Joyce's house the first thing you felt was just how welcoming it was to be there and how much of a home from home it was to everyone else too. As ...