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After being away from my husband for three and a half months, we decided to take a four day weekend in Negro, Jamaica.
When you go to Bar-B-Barn you are not just a guest, you are part of a family; home away from home, singles, couples and family alike. Being a family run hotel that has been in operation for over twenty years, I know what …
... tomorrow. We took great advantage of happy hour and stayed at the yacht club restaurant for a last night dinner.
Tuesday 17th February Montego Bay to Los Angeles
Belly and Wendy left in the dingy before 8am and zipped around to the snorkelling spot and spent about an hour and a half there. It was wonderful. The visibility was wonderful and there were beautiful corals and a much larger variety of ...
... warned not to eat the brownies!!! About 6 of the group went to buy some and a couple of aging hippies were reliving their youth!! However we did not partake and I was pleased that my training ghadlearnt from the kids at Shortwood made me more knowledgable than I'd realised about the drug scene!! We were admitted to the Bob Marley area and a Rastafarian guide allocated to us! They were all as high as kites but full of peace ...
... br> his fried chicken after they took his order only to then tell him they only had
breast, which he doesn’t like. He tried
to cancel the order but they insisted they’d get some drumsticks… hence the
delay! From here we called in at the “MegaMart”
enormous supermarket on the way home.
The only place where we’ve been able to find tonic water. A ...
... where the selection was interesting to say the least! When they returned to the dingy, another rasta demanded payment. When Belly refused, saying he wasn't the one we’d contracted, he got really nasty and threatened to damage the dingy. Since the other guy didn’t turn up, we paid the second one. The nastiness was rather unnerving, so instead of leaving the dingy simply tied up behind the boat, we actually ...