Hotel Four Seasons
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... The bus followed the coast to the east. After about another hour we arrived at Morant Bay, the end of the ride on that bus. Without too much drama we found the next bus and didn’t even have to wait too long. On this bus we met a delightful lady who was born in Jamaica but has lived in the US for about 50 years. She gave us a bit of local information including that we should reach our destination in about ...
Checking out of the hotel this morning was definitely the most upsetting thing about Jamaica and knowing im leaving son, but cant wait to start volunteering this morning. I helped to put frames up for family's houses that had been destroyed in hurricanes. The organisation i'm going through is Projects Abroad. There wasn't any cost involved just travel to and from and the hard work i put ...
Ah what a restful sleep I had! My bed was super comfortable. This morning I got changed and headed down to the hotel's cafe for a small meal. The menu was full of delicious foods but I went with bacon, eggs and sausages. I ate my meal and took my coffee with me as I headed off to the lobby, where I was met by the Yardie Tours guide.
The bus was ready and waiting and there were three other people coming with ...
... my new best friend in Jamaica) it is a form of English. From what I understood it's a mix of English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Latin and Creole with the most original free flowing accent I've ever heard. Ya mon, was all I understood when Ian again tried to convince me it was English.
"Lunch time", my favorite words in any language, even Patois. Ya mon, let's eat. My options were:
- Jerky ...
... to be in the presence of something that lived millions of years ago. The area was riddled with many (much smaller) fossils and El Infernito an ancient astronomical observatory, complete for some reason with giant phalluses. On our return journey we also chanced upon a house made completely of clay inside and out with weird Gaudi-esque shapes and designs.
It was my birthday while we were in Villa de Leyva and we celebrated by staying a couple of nights in ...