Hotel Jamaican Colors
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Great. The mountain roads were terrifying!! We were halfway up the mountain and I was on the verge of regretting this trip when we stopped at a little cabin in the mountains called the Blue Mountain Coffee house and gift shop. We were up at about 2400 feet. Here they served us brunch and, of course, Blue Mountain coffee! I had my cup of coffee but couldn't eat anything. I felt too I'll after the scary trip up! We had to sign waivers at this point and get ...
... without shame, Laura and I Googled "homophobia in Jamaica" and came across several articles that cited it as the most homophobic country in the world, complete with anti-gay laws on the books. This made me sad. While I am sure that many of the larger Western resorts would be safe for openly LGBT people, I would caution my gay friends about being "out" on the island.
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On a happier note, I cannot say enough good things about Great Huts, a rustic, eco-resort on ...
... that's right for you or just send me an email and I'll be glad to help. I highly recommend huts along the water for guests seeking privacy and romance, the larger interior huts for families and true nature-lovers and the smaller interior huts for back-packers on a budget.
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... highest number of wickets taken by any bowler in Tests.
When Walsh takes the last wicket of the Zimbabwe innings to break Kapil Dev's old record of 434, the crowd goes mad. So do the West Indian players, going down on their knees in homage to Walsh, who is busy kissing the ground. Police carrying see-through riot shields pre-empt a pitch invasion; Walsh's mother comes onto the field; Walsh does a lap of honour.
At the official ceremony, after play ...
... highways. Our taxi driver provided the answer to why there were so many police about. It wasn’t because ‘we’ were in town, but President Obama was visiting Savannah today and his visit included the longshoremen of the port. The nearest we came to him (and this is a bit like the ‘top tenuous’ on the Chris Evans’ show!) was to see a cop car in Savannah with its lights flashing and hear a cacophony of sirens in the distance. The said cop car, ...