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... up the river, under the bridge looking for the “safari resort” with an apparent place for us to dock. Whi le looking for a spot we saw a 2m+ crocodile slid into the river just a few metres from us!!! There are lots of fences along the river, presumably to prevent the crocodiles going into town, so finding a dock with a way through the fences was quite a challenge. We did eventually find ...
... and some African languages. When they speak clearly enough for you to understand, this has to be the best accent around. Another surprise for an 'English speaking country' was that speaking to a Jamaican was like talking to someone that has a very basic grasp of English as if being their second language with very limited depth of conversation, understanding and vocabulary. This prompted me to look up some facts about education in the country and discovered that a healthy ...
... i went for a wonder around the hotel and it was amazing all the detail in the building and furniture blew my mind. I stopped at the restaurant and bar i had a pork rack and it was one of the best things i've eaten in a long time and i wasn't too pricey considering the look of the establishment.
I'm going to get an early sleep tonight to get ready for the adventures im going to have tomorrow, im so excited.
... was about 3 houses down the lane. A 10 minute walk that felt like half an hour in the heat. Miss Cox was going to finish off Kaisha’s hair. By the time we got back we were fit for nothing with the heat!!
All the kids (4 of them now) spent a lot of the morning and afternoon running around outside, causing mayhem with the poor animals and generally screaming the neighbourhood down.
K fell over at one point and was screaming his head off when he saw what appeared ...
... noisy and bits of paint and metal have been known to fly about as the chain is dropped. The depth of water we are to anchor in is about 45metres so a fair amount of chain will rattle down the hawser. I am looking forward to that as you may imagine. Camera will be at the ready.
The Captain also advised that he is happy to ring my cabin as soon as the sun rises in the morning. The first locks will be about 06.00 (Gatun Locks) and I for one don’t want to miss a thing. There are ...