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... mountain, although we couldn't see the top as it was in the clouds! We got off the bus and went to the rafting area. We had to put on lifejackets (!) and were given a ticket with a captain number. We had 117. We went to the river bank and before long our captain came along and we got on our bamboo raft. He introduced himself as Pablo and told us a bit about himself and he told us we would be travelling 8 miles down river! The views! The ...
... in the country, & it is such a big, beautiful building. I've already started taking pictures of it!
Tomorrow is going to be a long day; I believe a chunk of it will be at the immigration office sorting out our visas.
I can't wait to see what the rest of this year will bring! I had a nice start, so I can only imagine that there are more good things to come. Make sure to check out my facebook for pictures!
Love & Prayers,
... communal breakfast area was a great way to get to know the other guests. Owner, Dr. Paul Rhodes, often takes this opportunity to greet new and
repeat guests, address any concerns and generally make everyone feel at home. In addition to being the creator of Great Huts, Dr. Paul has founded and continues to oversee operations at the Port Antonio Homeless Shelter. If you are so inclined, you may make a donation to the shelter. Just speak to the general manager, Tanika and she ...
... no one but GeeJam guests are allowed in. When I asked the owner how he managed to privatize a beach in a country where all beaches are deemed public, he answered simply, "we bought the beach".
This is where we came to the end of our tour so we eagerly made our way back to GeeJam's Bushbar to savour our delectable lunch. Since I did not actually stay at GeeJam, I'm not able to comment on most of the staff, however I will say that our lunch was delicious and our friendly ...
An Educational Tourist Watches Cricket in the West Indies
When an expat British teacher, like myself, applies for a new job overseas, various factors must be weighed: the ethos of the school (is it truly international or an American academy overseas?); the pay and working conditions (will I be paid in dollars/sterling or hyper-inflationary local currency?); and the country/town I will be living in. For me, the latter has always been of ...
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