Hotel Jamaican Colors
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... That was everyone! Off we went on the long drive to the mountains. We passed through St Anns Bay, Ocho Rios, Boscobel, Port Maria and Annotto Bay. Here we stopped at a rest stop at 9:10 to use the restrooms, grab some snacks and wait for another bus that was joining us. We left at 9:35 and carried on down the coast to Buff Bay. At Buff Bay we turned off the coast road and into the mountains! Here, our driver Derek warned us, the road would get bumpier, windier ...
... 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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... that we all enjoyed. Kenny made a detour on the way back to show us more of Kingston and being a Saturday afternoon, the place was buzzing with shoppers. A gorgeous ice cream from Devonshire Place and a quick look at the outside of Bob Marley’s house (it was closed unfortunately) saw us returning to the docks 11 hours after we left, tired but happy.
I for one had the impression that the dock workers in Kingston would be laid back, lots of ‘yarman’ ...
Hi All, I want to start off by wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. So much has happened since my last entry....where to begin....let's begin with Mr. Barack Obama. Mr. President Election Day for me was just as exciting in Jamaica as it would have been in the US. Although I was extremely jealous and wanted so desperately to be among the crowds of people that heard Mr. Obama's victory speech and welcomed the new First Family. However, I ...