Hotel Jamaican Colors
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... mountain, although we couldn't see the top as it was in the clouds! We got off the bus and went to the rafting area. We had to put on lifejackets (!) and were given a ticket with a captain number. We had 117. We went to the river bank and before long our captain came along and we got on our bamboo raft. He introduced himself as Pablo and told us a bit about himself and he told us we would be travelling 8 miles down river! The views! The ...
... plus a former volunteer (Betsy) to a craft market so they could shop for souviners & then to a place called Riverton, which is basically a neighborhood on a trashsite, & we met a child that Kathryn sponsors nicknamed Peach. After we picked up some other children from their school, we took them for a picnic at this park in the mountains. After being in downtown Kingston for a few hours- a picnic in the mountains was very refreshing. The city ...
... communal breakfast area was a great way to get to know the other guests. Owner, Dr. Paul Rhodes, often takes this opportunity to greet new and
repeat guests, address any concerns and generally make everyone feel at home. In addition to being the creator of Great Huts, Dr. Paul has founded and continues to oversee operations at the Port Antonio Homeless Shelter. If you are so inclined, you may make a donation to the shelter. Just speak to the general manager, Tanika and she ...
... beach. This ultra-private beach area is located at the bottom of the resort and through a high gate. There is a large lawn with canopied beds draped in stylish, vibrantly red linens covering the cushions and cascading over the top to shield from the sun.
The beach is a pristine cove-like patch of white sand that greets the clear turquoise surf and is surrounded by a long flat wall dotted with lounge chairs for suntanning. It is completely guarded by security and high gates ...
... plainly ignorant - is broken.
End of play with the record still unbroken.
MONDAY MARCH 27th (DAY 4) :
Day of three records: highest 8th wicket partnership (147), slowest ever West Indian century (497 minutes by Jimmy Adams) and the apotheosis of Courtney Walsh.
The subtext of the whole game - more important to the Jamaicans than the match itself - is whether Courtney Walsh will, in front of his home crowd, break the world record ...