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... they were very slow loading the baggage and there was still a massive queue to which I appended myself. Reaching the desk, the attendant asked me for my ESTA. "What's that?" I responded. How was I meant to know you needed a paper visa to get in to the USA these days?! I shouted **** very loudly and kicked the desk in front of a lot of people. The dude at the counter said I could apply for it on line but there was no wifi here, although he'd help me out. This ...
... a delightful young Australian lady joined us on the bus and while chatting to her, Rick managed to overcome his grumpiness, mostly brought on by a feeling of foolishness for believing Wendy and not checking the itinerary himself!!
After all that… we had 2 flights that went on time, were smooth and arrived on time. We walked out of the airport to find Ken waiting for us. We took a public bus for ...
... tour as Trench Town was too dangerous at the time we were there. Perhaps it was a good thing to leave in our imaginations anyway after our Nine Miles experience! On day 5 we got a ride with one of the guys that worked at the hostel in Ochi (for a reasonable fee) to Montego Bay. We went straight out into the centre and walked around looking straight ahead as we got hassled by vendors almost aggressively. Nowhere sold sunscreen and we bought some afro conditioner. We ...
... drive was over and after a short hike I walked over to the zip line and the employee named Julio strapped me in and made the harness nice and tight so there was no possible way I could fall out. The people here are just incredibly polite and that's something you can't seem to find these days - and a good role model for students. The safety equipment was high quality and safety was a priority for the ...
We ended up getting taxis with 15 people to take us to Kingston's Dub Club high up in the mountains. And what a location that was. Overlooking the entire city, hidden in the jungle was what looked more like a private house party. Don't be mistaken though, I don' think I have ever heard music play so loud!! The atmosphere was just amazing. Too bad I missed Usain Bolt by just a weak ...