Fern Hill Club Hotel and Villa Resort
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... metres! We got on a boat that took us across the lagoon and around the coast. The driver pointed out all the posh villas dotting the coast, telling us who had stayed at which during their movie making! Tom Cruise when making Cocktail. Cameron Diaz whilst filming Knight and Day (although I'm not sure any filming was done here?). I can't believe I forgot to take my camera off the bus! I got no pictures here!! We had to pay US$10 each for the boat ride ...
... but slow walkers”
“Soon Come - Could be next day, next week or next year”
Cleeve also gave us a little insight into Jamaica. Jamaica has a population of almost 2.2 million inhabitants with only 28 hospital between them. The population is made up of 90% black origin and 10% other.
The Jamaican flag has 3 colours Green, Gold and Black. Green is for the vegetation, Gold is for the Sun and Black is for the struggles overcome and still ...
... after I mentioned that it was my favorite meal in Jamaica.
I found the entire staff at Great Huts to be wonderful. Many have been there since the resort opened and will remember you each time you visit. They are warm and genuine and unobtrusive but will see to your every need. You only need ask and you shall receive. Hence, Cynthia and cornmeal porridge. In fact I can't say enough about how accommodating the staff is. We had just arrived from a week ...
... I will be rushed to hurry up and finish, right?
A : No, it's your session, and your project. Most artists work round the clock when inspiration hits, so why should it be any different for you?
Q : So I just come in and sing to pre-made instruments right?
A : Yes, if you like, or work hard like everybody else - start from scratch, and work those musical chops of yours - your choice.
Q : I'm in, how do we start, what are the next steps, who is involved?
A : There is ...
... white dog who followed us all the way down. The walk down was sooooo much better and easier than going up. We were really lucky as we saw a rare bird called a Crested Quail Dove. Patty told us that he has people who make the trek just in hope of seeing this bird and that often they don’t see it. The bird is shaped like a dove with a big bulging chest but is about twice to three times the size. We all saw it at the end of the path, for about 3 seconds, before ...