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... was wrong on that one… it took about 2 hours. The passengers on this bus were much more entertaining, the only problem was that we couldn’t understand a word they were saying! The whole trip was reasonably close to the coast, so there were some great views. There was variety of agriculture along the way – coconuts, cattle, sugar cane and bananas were the most prevalent. Rick made the ...
... help these amazing people, a way to give back what i've learned and experienced in Jamaica. The lunch and afternoon tea i packed weren't provided but you are advised to pack your own lunch, food and drinks. i decided to help rebuild the houses as though it is helping people in need and doing something good for the people. the volunteering houses i was working at where very nice, simple ...
... our hotel. We jumped on the bus and headed off. The guide had a basic day planned out but we could choose additional places or change the plan if we wanted to. I could imagine that a school book a whole tour bus with Yardie Tours and then their students could have a day doing exactly what their teachers wanted.
First we saw Bob Marley's Burial Museum and learn't a little bit of history about this ...
... ChickenI said, "I'll try both"
"Ya mon", was Ian's reply.
Scotchies is definitely the place to go for an original Jamaican barbeque. Smoke fried, Jamaican style with all the coconut water you can throw down. Don't forget the Fruit Bread, some sort of edible, tree growing side dish that is steamed up and wrapped in aluminum foil. I was told that if it wasn't prepared correctly it would be ...
... Rastafriend was not equally relaxed about travelling and already got nervous after a few minutes unsuccessfully waiting for a route taxi or minibus at the street and started walking up and down. Funny, me telling a Jamaican 'Sit down and relax mon, soon come' ;-) ('Soon come' is another favourite expression for many situations, because everything takes some time).