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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 ...
A great day!
First day of work, I've been assigned
to Mr Kennith Brown who's not in today but get given the task by Mr
Dunkley to design a concept for a library to be located on a disused
plot of land on the sea front within central Black River. The job
scope I'm given is that it is to be a branch library and of single
story construction. ...
... though. At the end of the day we had a dance party and he was right there dancing with everyone else. His wife, Girlie, even came over and danced with him. That, and the look on his face made me tear up yet again.
Cannon had a great day today. We worked a lot on gait and balance and he even got back up on the treadmill again. We also got the opportunity to put e-stim on his UE for the first time today. We had a hard time getting much finger ...
... a few gifts. Would you believe that one of the stands had a Duke Blue Devil's hat in Jamaican Colors?! We all thought it would be a great gift for Brooke.
We returned to Ridge, and drove up to Evenlyn's house. He is a community member and makes his own coffee. Brooke drinks his coffee every morning. He allowed us to grind the beans that he had just roasted. We all purchased some to take home as well. The coffee is the best I've ever had. It ...
... 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 ...