Hotel Villa Bella
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... there is a new water slide or lagoon to swim in, I really can't begin to describe this experience. If you go you have to do it!
My second excursion, Bob Marley's house was fantastic! As I have already said, I am a huge Bob fan so I knew I was going to appreciate this trip. However the trip its self is pretty terrifying as you trek up the mountains of St Ann, known as the 9 mile on a tiny little shuttle-bus ...
... the iPad and bought a subscription to AFL live for $20. Sat in the pub upstairs, sipped on our cocktails and watched the footy on the tiny screen. Not quite the same as watching it home but still ok. Turns out it was a one-sided game and wasn't much of a game to watch. Fletch was happy with the result.
Actually getting sick of cocktails, at home I'd be lucky to have 1 or 2 a year. Here, I'm downing about 10 a day. Might have to slow down a bit. ...
Last night's Chef’s Table was delightful. I met my fellow passengers (the Scotts of San Diego, the Leblancs of New Brunswick, Canada, The Van Eedens of Fort Worth, The Andersons of Maryland and Mr. Brian Anderson--no relation—of Vancouver) at the Schooner Bar at 6:45 for complimentary champagne. Our waiter, Karyai, escorted us up a flight to Deck Five where we paraded through the Dining Room and onto a ...
... Sports Day, chanting their house names and raising their banners high. In it is the day I walked to school with Moses, singing “Jesus on the Telephone” and finding pictures in the clouds. In it is the evening I waited for taxi for an hour, planning with Douglas what we might do if a taxi never came and I stayed the night at his house.
To the right of my heart is a ...
... Clear blue sea's are a lovely thing but they also expose a number of
stingrays and jellyfish floating around the bar that make me paranoid
when I finally get in for a swim – no one else seems to be too
worried. A cool afternoon spent carving masterpieces, having some
freshly caught snapper fish (freshly caught and gutted into my line
of swimming), and learning just how dominoes should be ...