Starlight Chalet & Health Spa
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Up around 8:30, breakfast in Lido. Went to breathing class at 11:00. Then sat at aft pool and read, went in pool and hot tub. Had a snack, then to dancing class at 1:30. Lunch after dancing, then back to cabin and read and napped. Talked to shore excursions, ...
... the bean out. It came out in two halves, covered in a slippery jelly. He then said to put the bean in our mouths and suck off the jelly. We looked at the bean, then at him, then at the bean. What? You've got to be joking?! It's slimy! He said we will notice it has a sweet taste. I plucked up the courage and popped in a bean. He was right! It tasted sweet but not of anything in particular! I put the the other half of the bean and svens beans in my pocket. I'll ...
... of the simple, uncomplicated pleasures of growing up in Kingston, Jamaica. The kind of enjoyment that can't be bought or sold, but only felt.
We started off the day in Hope Gardens and soaked up some sun by the fountains and palm trees. Next we drove outside the city up into the Blue Mountains which may sound familiar since Blue Mountain coffee is a Jamaican export that is ...
... mix countless juggernauts to overtake, sometimes 2 at a time, blind bends, an average speed of about 60mph and a crazy driver who must have crosssed his fingers twenty times.... I was very glad to get off that bus!
In Barichara we walked part of the ancient walkway the 'Camino Real' and sat in the quiet squares watching the world go by. Another surprise for us in Barichara; after a torrential downpour we had a room visitor - a 6 inch scorpion. It looked ...
... Mountains are so called because they are so high in the sky that when you look at them you cannot tell where the mountains end or the sky begins.
On the trip we would be given brunch, lunch, all the protective gear we needed and a bike. Our final stop off would be at a waterfall location where we could dip into the refreshing river and cool off. Trust me you need all the protection you can get risking life and limb cycling on Jamaican roads let alone Jamaican mountain ...