The Knutsford Court Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... at about 2.30pm. We gathered our official documents and headed off in the dingy to find the coast guard to complete formalities. They, however, had seen us arrive and met us in their boat and indicated, machine gun in hand, that we should return to our boat. Needless to say, we did! There was one policeman and 5 coastguard officials including one woman. 4 coastguard officials including the one ...
... In a traffic queue we found ourselves driving on the pavement with two wheels only just on the road as we drove past the line of cars until we could go no further and blocked a junction. One guy in his car trying to turn into the blocked exit lent out of his window and hit his hand on the boot in frustration, our driver wasn't impressed and put the car in reverse and rammed him - an action that was accepted. This was our introduction to a part of Jamaican culture ...
... 60 Australian dollars but well worth it. The service and staff were great, very polite and consistent in the way they waited and served my meals.
After the experience i had today i can not wait until tomoroow to find out a tonne more interesting information and see some more incredible things over here, so excited i can't even think about sleep.
... within 5 minutes.
I just stared at the scene unfolding in front of me stunned at how helpful everyone was and how quickly the ambulance appeared. At that point I knew! Jamaica will be nice to me wtih its nice people and I should forget all the stories I have heard and just discover my Jamaica.
So first stop is Kingston , a relatively small city that looks very disorganised. The traffic is bad and looks like there is no city plan. ...
... and we got the tour done just in time, before the "booze cruise" reached the place! Can you imagine walking up the fall with a bunch of drunk people?
I left Jamaica on the 26th December towards New Jersey where I stayed with my brother and the family. I paid a quick visit to a dear friend of mine Beth (I know her from our time at University of Tennessee back in Memphis). It was her golden Birthday and I was under the impression that was her 30th Bday, but it turns out I ...