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First off. Thank you TravelBasecamp for this trip. I love Jamaica and I know that this trip is going to be epic. So, planed was delayed. Whatever. Everything irie mon... We landed before we were scheduled to land. All good. Took the "pina colada" bus to our resort. Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton in Lucea. Drive was about 40 minutes. Quick check in and we got one of the new villas that was just ...
... is especiallyforGeorge! I know he knows that the colours of the Jamaican flag are green black and yellow but what do they mean?! Well the black Is for the ingenious and creative people ! The yellow is for the sunshine and the green is the vegetation , the trees and plants! The Rastafarians flag is slightly different as they are gold green and red! The green and gold mean the same but the red says that whatever colour we are we ...
Today has been much like any other though the wind got up this afternoon! Robert took out the Cat this morning and the wind was perfect ! This afternoon was another story as the waves got up whilst he was at sea and he had a few scary moments ! Fortunately all turned out well but some got into difficulty and couldn't get back in !! Sarah ...
... it was a few km from the village off which we anchored. The bay offered shelter from the rough sea, allowing Wendy to enjoy a big paddle in a kayak. Rick, Belly and Wendy took the dingy into the village and tied it up on a beach. They were immediately approached by a local rasta requesting payment to look after it. They managed to bargain him down from $20 to $3!!
The town has a rather beautiful town ...
... was home to the most amazing resorts and picturesque
landscapes that you see on the television ads? People lined the streets outside
of their broken huts, hopefully selling exotic fruit and cold beer to tourists
looking for a break in their travels. Even when faced with a scene of poverty,
I chose to look at the beauty in it. This is how these people live. Yes, it is
a world apart from our lives back home but who’s to say anyone’s life ...