Silent Waters Villa
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I was born and raised in Jamaica but this was my first time to Negril! It was absolutely amazing. Negril is definitely for lovers. The first unavoidable thing was the 7 miles of pristine beaches that seemed to go on forever sporting its several shades of blue. The water was just breathtaking. the temperature you ask? It was permanently set to PERFECT. The powdery sand was the perfect exfoliant for your ...
... have a server come and take your drink order you will, most of the time, be disappointed. For some reason, there is a dearth of wait staff. That’s money not earned by Carnival. I don’t get that.
Frankly, the best entertainment is to sit at the bar or in one of the dining spots and simply listen to the conversations held by your neighbors. When you can understand what they are saying through often-thick accents, their back-and-forth is often hilarious. Also, scary.
... Saltwater Crocodile catching the sun on the jeti. We see a number of
alligators, Ospreys and Cranes, followed by a great lunch of stuffed
crab at Lou's Cafe. Great Safari and not that Rasta George didn't
look trustworthy but I decided against a swim despite his insistence
that the alligators were friendly and stopped a couple of hundred
metres further down.
I'd give you ...
... though. At the end of the day we had a dance party and he was right there dancing with everyone else. His wife, Girlie, even came over and danced with him. That, and the look on his face made me tear up yet again.
Cannon had a great day today. We worked a lot on gait and balance and he even got back up on the treadmill again. We also got the opportunity to put e-stim on his UE for the first time today. We had a hard time getting much finger ...
... to E-Stim. We practiced moving and grasping small objects. We had Carl playing Tic-Tac-Toe with another patient. We used ice to reduce more tone. Then we gave Carl a pen. For the first time in nearly a year, Carl could write his name. He was so proud of himself, and Trista and I were so excited for him. After a break, Carl walked up to Trista and I, and lifted his hand, "Look," he said. On his own, he extended his thumb and pinky. I've never seen ...