Runaway Bay Heart Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... excursion into a ganja field afterwards, as arranged by our driver, was quite interesting as well :) Tea, cake and other products were up for sail afterwards..
Having met a new group of people and it being a saturday we decided that it is only right to go out again. Off to Margaritaville this time, where we discovered that Jamaicans appear to only dance in a big circle and not mingle until about 2 or 3am when things get somewhat crazy ...
... I only had to wade in with my bag of bread and I was surrounded by a shoal of Sergeant Majors!! I think they could smell the bread in the bag - everywhere I swam they followed! It was awesome! I got my camera out and on and started feeding. It was like a feeding frenzy! Brilliant! I got so many good photos and videos. The majority of the fish were the Sergeants but there were also lots of parrotfish of ...
... once we relaxed learnt we had to keep up with the line and hey they aren't our machines so give her!! We had lots of fun. The weather is warm, breezy but not sunny. Cloudy most of the day. Our vacation package has us per booked into 4 a la carte dinners at the different restaurants. Tonight's is at . The meal was good. Huge appetizer buffet then a la carte main course and ...
... inflatable crocodile.
Poor Ericka had to keep watch on the kids as I fell asleep big time for the first time and slept like a wee lamb :0). Even with the sound system pumping in the back ground and kids screaming in the pool :0).
Back at the room poor K got even more grief from me when I found out he had met up with Shelby again in the Hot Tub (admittedly unplanned but hey :0)). Thankfully Auntie and Kaisha were also there to chaperone lol. I shouldn’t tease ...
... me. Beware of Kingston, they have said. But it is terribly boring to be stuck in the beautifully artistic guesthouse called Mikuzi (I´m Cosy), which is by the Bob Marley Heritage Centre in New Kingston. So Valerie, the owner, invites me to join her in New Kingston at a jazz club. I am delighted.
The streets are longer but no less forbidding in the centre of the business district but they are better paved. However, I have already learnt that the taxi drivers are ...