Emerald Escape Beach Resort
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... West End. The restaurant is then tucked away between the garden and the ocean. It was the ideal setting, private and romantic. The food was gourmet with an island flair. Each course was better than the previous. The presentation was almost as good as how delectable the dishes were.
I see Negril in my future. I'll be going back for another dose of relaxation in the Caribbean very soon. You should ...
... br> luckily the strongest of the tremors only managed to dislodge a book
from the shelf above on to my bed. I can now add 'Earthquake
Survivor' to the list.
Me and Erin head to the River to catch
a mid day Safari. It's clearly not tourist season as there is no one
else about so we manage to get a private Safari with Rasta George.
The river is stunning and we are immediately met by a 7 ...
... trying to enjoy their dinner, but we were having such a good time.
This morning we woke up for a sunrise hike. We stood on top of one of the highest hills in Top Ridge and watched the sun come up over a mountain. It was the perfect way to close out an amazing week. To me it was a symbol that this is only the beginning of both a rewarding and meaningful career for us, as well as Duke’s involvement with For-U stroke camp and other international adventures.
... with his ankle mobility. We use Electrical stimulation to help gain dosiflexion. His gait made huge improvements, and he walked with more confidence.
We moved to the balance station, but Carl's real "Goliath" was his hand. The high muscle tone in his hand has made it nearly impossible for Carl to participate in any activity requiring fine motor skills. He hadn't written anything since his stroke in January. We began with tone inhibition, ...
... action and went Zip-Lining. Wow, that was fun!
Easter Monday night there was a Dancehall Sound Clash Battle in town, Dancehall DJs from various countries play against each other. The only strange thing was that the audience was supporting with Vuvuzelas, those horribly loud trompets which became famous in the football world cup in South Africa, all combined it sounds like a huge vespiary.
Oh and I ...