Hotel Villa Bella
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... 19th-century architecture, was Bob Marley's home until his death in 1981, which was then converted into a museum six years later by his wife, Mrs Rita Marley.
The second site we visited, after a long hour bus trip was the Blue Mountains National ...
... one of the boys that is with me for woodwork made his First Holy Communion. This event was fun in and of itself as a lot of the Alpha Boys were present and the band played the music. Saturday I had the wood workshop to myself and so completed and installed the router table and managed to machine all of the material for the project with the boys. My budding guitar student spent a lot of the morning practicing with me in the workshop so the day ...
... and a yellow piece with the teachers of Somerset, and piece with the side of the road where the pipe runs (or doesn’t) and Deon cooks chicken neck in Mike Town.
Bonnie Arbon once said, “You are a piece of the puzzle of someone else’s life. You may never know where you fit, but others will fill the holes in their lives with pieces of you.” Most of the time, I ...
... drummer there so was drumming for practically the whole night, but the Jamaicans seemed delighted that a bunch of white guys could actually play reggae. We were later joined by a very enthusiastic rasta who did some freestyle vocals, and made it quite difficult to leave when I needed to get a taxi back. My ears were ringing from having my head next to the speakers for the whole night but it was a good time. The rest of the weekend was ...
... black man of all time by TIME magazine, when
asked by the guide 'who we thought may have been placed first' one
girl answered and with no sarcasm - “Bill Cosby”. She was even
surprised when someone questioned her answer.
The correct answer was Denzel
Washington and surprisingly not Bill Cosby.
As a few of the girls head back to the
hostel they're told of a ...