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Sunday 15th February, Montego Bay
Belly and Wendy took the dingy to Doctor's Cave, a reef site about 3km away. It was a bit windy with a few waves which meant the visibility was a bit poor and keeping each other and the dingy in sight was a quite a challenge. It was a pretty good workout for an hour or so. There were really pretty corals and quite a few fish, though all very small.
Belly and Wendy went in to ...
... Gary was very nearly an alarmist suggesting that at this port everyone should opt for a Carnival excursion or risk being harassed by locals attempting to either sell you illegal substances which would ultimately result in your arrest or steal your belongings. I overheard one woman in the Cezanne Restaurant who opted to not go ashore at Montego Bay loudly saying that she had been advised to only go ashore on her own “if accompanied by a large group of friends.” Really? I ...
... into the river. At present the river level is often too high and flows into the storm water gulleys and therefor causing flow blockages. Stagnant water and blockages are also common throughout the towns storm gulleys and needs looking into.
Apologies for the lack of photographs to go with this months. My camera has got problems connecting but I will have a new one in 2 weeks time and will upload with this blog as soon as I can.
... about the
river itself but being lazy I thought I'd just attach the Wikipedia
page.... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Rive r_(Jamaica).
Sunday Lunch Jamaican style consisted
of Jerk Beef, Jerk Chicken, Rice & Peas and Macaroni cheese. So
much better than a British Roast..
An evening watching the Grammies with
Gabrielle, (All Country & Western music ...
Today was a little bit tougher than yesterday. Joshua had a harder day but didn't give up. In the morning we were able to e-stim his peroneal muscles (muscles on the outside of the lower leg) to get his toe up on a step and work on his eversion. This seemed to help a lot but tired him out. His blood pressure was low after our first rotation, and it kept fluctuating. He was giddy (dizzy) all day so we didn't get as much work done. He never ...