Travel Blogs from Kingston
... your room alone.
Overall, It was very calming and quiet. The breeze was breath taking and sent a fresh thrilling chill within. We had a lot of relaxation time, even though it was such a short trip. We definitely will visit again and would recommend this resort to anyone looking for a calm, peaceful and quiet location to go vacationing with the ...
... life in Africa. It had lots of pineapples in it, which I am not to keen on, but I tried it and actually really enjoyed it. In fact on my trip to see Beth, I tried two things which I don't really enjoy, and they were sledding and pineapples, I was pleasantly surprised!
Here is the recipe of the food we had together with Beth:
Africa Pineapple Peanut Stew:
1 Cup chopped onions
2 garlic gloves, minced or pressed
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
1 bunch kale ...
... machines included), quality controls until the final packing. The top coffee is packed into barrels which was new to me, I only knew the bags so far.
The whole infrastructure is amazing for being in the the middle of nowhere up in the hills.
Had we not eaten all those fresh fruits on the farm, I would have been starving in the meantime, but with my stomach full of banana, mango, peaches etc. I was glad we only reached back for lunch ...
... we headed straight to the hotel bar. We were all so parched and dehydrated. Even though we had bottled water with us on the taxi, there was no way of physically getting them out of bags or drinking them.
It was then up to our room to have a nice shower to wash away the heat and journey of the day before our evening meal.
Late evening after dinner I went back downstairs to have a drink and go online and carry on with yesterdays blog. As the evening wore on I met a ...
... and out of the ground. Vultures wheel overhead, no doubt an omen of some sort.
Smiling pictures of Jimmy Adams and Courtney Walsh, the local heroes, stare out from hoardings, endorsing their favourite brands of milk and fitness drink. In the TV commentary box, opposite me, I make out, through my binoculars, the august personages of Michael Holding, Mike Procter and Robin Jackman.
Hilarity and applause as a diminutive 16-year-old black boy, the ...