Travel Blogs from Kingston
... house. Did you know that one bullet was lodged just over his right elbow and was never removed in fear of paralysing his arm and rendering him unable to play the guitar?
Amazingly just 2 days after his assasignation attempt Bob played a big concert where he invtied the two opposing political party leaders on stage. There he lifted their hands and held them togeher in his own in a symbol of unity. Many people say that singlehandedly this act helped ...
... for me! I will write you all about Iran from there. It has been 10 years since I went back, I hope the country is ready for me!
A little late, but I hope this message brings you few smiles and laughters. I wish you all a very prosperous new year. I hope some if not all of your dreams come true. I know mine has and will continue doing so. You are all in my thoughts. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all of you and to those who are no longer with us.
... ones to funky 6 or 7 seaters complete with disco lights and booming sound systems.
Tolu is also the gateway to the Islas de San Bernado archipelago, classic small islands with white sand and palm trees. It was my lucky week, another two days on the beach! We joined a day trip around the islands and then jumped ship to stay overnight. Most of the islands have upmarket resorts, one is just a fishing island completely covered in simple houses. We were to stay in ...
... Air con. Bliss we were all craving air con being so tightly squeezed together in 34c heat. Yes the breeze began to blow in from all the open windows :0).
Sadly there did not appear to be any seat belts apart from one for Captain Kirk and only used if a police van or car was spotted.
Most of the journey was a blur as it was done at speed in order for the vans to complete as many round trips as possible. After an hour my poor bad knee was hurting big time as K was sat ...
... not allowed on the tour but we got some cool shots around the house and by his statue.
Continuing on from the museum we drove a little longer before reaching the Mavis Bank coffee factory where Roger from Lime Tree farm would come to collect us. The roads further on from the coffee factory are too rough for our hire car, so we organized to park it there for a few days.
While we waited for the lift Barbara, a nice lady from the factory , took us on a tour. ...