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Travel Blogs from Treasure Beach
... my little boy with Sickle Cell, who two months ago was confined to his wheelchair with the missing tires, who has not attended school for 3 years for this reason, who misses playing with his friends because he cannot run around with them, met me halfway when he saw my walking down the road, with the help of his “new” walker, bright white smile from ear-to-ear.
I’ve decided I love curry-bra ...
... than where crossing the lake ,at the front of the ship watching this whole process take place on front of our eyes. I must say an amazing thing to witness and we now have a full understanding of the whole process and the need for this canal to be built in the first place. A feat that was achieved 100 years ago next year, only makes one wonder. The Panama Canal in now in the process of having the third set of locks built,which in itself is a major task even in this day and age, to ...
... I may not know where I am supposed to fit, but I do the best I can with where I
am. Jamaica has filled my heart with such beautifully unique pieces. It has taken me this long though, to realize that while my heart is being filled with new pieces, I am also trading the pieces already in my heart to fit into the puzzles of the people I come across. And I wonder what my piece looks like in their ...
... in Downtown which despite the
hostel owner telling them that it probably isn't a good or safe idea
for them to head down they decide that after surviving a Friday
night in New Kingston they will be fine. I decide to go shopping for
football boots and stay in to chat to another group at the hostel.
They head off into the night fuelled up on alcohol whilst sporting
mini skirts and crop ...
... The Jamaicans are so open about their faith, constantly giving praise to the Lord.
Church was wonderful. The congregation was small, and our group probably doubled the congregation's size. We sang hymns, The Deacon preached on God the Creator becoming our Savior. Some of us who brought our Bible's got to read the chosen readings in front of the congregation. I read John 20: 1-9. After I read, in habit, ...