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Today's port of call in Jamaica is Falmouth, a quaint port town located on the north shore of the island. After breakfast we loaded up lightly for perhaps our more adventurous excursion: a tour of the island coast and hike up famous Dunn's River Falls. It's over 900 feet from the base of the falls at sea level to the top. You walk all the way down on ...
... plant plot and to some limestone rocky outcrops and overhangs which they called caves. It is easy to see how the Maroons had been so successful in the guerrilla wars.
We walked back to Maroon Town and were just settling in at the bar when a bus arrived and off we went, beers in hand! This bus was rather a treat, never actually over full! Back in town we visited the big market but were unsuccessful in finding some ...
... that the information was
almost all incorrect! We did check out
the beach where there is a reef off shore, but it was too rough to snorkel
today. Wendy and Rick gave Belly a tour
through the CBD, picked up a few things and went to a locals type restaurant
for lunch. Belly and Wendy had the local
specialty, goat curry, which was really delicious. Rick unfortunately had to wait ages ...
... stop us enjoing MoBay. No! One no is all it took and they moved on, at night it is probably very different, but during the day it felt nice enough and was great to get away from the sanitised air of the cruise ship.
Traffic back was horrid, as was dock. Stupid bus just to get to dock from port, and other line had it worse as they had to tender! Carnival was directly at the dock with no messing ...
... another strap.
After that we walked around some more, looking for a place to have lunch or a drink. There weren‘t many options. As we walked around, we saw our Cabin Attendant - he’s such a friendly guy. We also had a couple of local teenagers ask us to buy them booze - we didn’t. The Freedom of the Seas was in port with us, and it is a big ship. As we walked around, we heard death ...