The Cove Jamaica
Travel Blogs from Treasure Beach
... without my little ducklings following me. Then Tianna screamed “Auntie Lindsay!” when I came out, like she was afraid I’d disappeared in there forever.
I laughed when Jayden laid down some serious dance moves during a round of “Jesus on the Telephone,” giggled when Moses found out I was not born in Jamaica and was shocked.
But I absolutely could not stop grinning ...
Once again we are at sea today, up early for stretch class, healthy breakfast on the deck, then I went back to a pilates class and thoroughly enjoyed it, I think I will follow up on this when I return, I will have to find right class as there are many levels. Lunch on deck and then went to the Country Fair that was postponed from a few days ago. What a hoot, all the crew were ...
... area unless they worked for them as slaves. There was a huge slave trade from South Africa. It is the most beautiful old city with wonderful architecture and is now a place once again were only the wealthy can afford to buy property. We went on a walking tour of the city most enjoyable even though it was extremely hot. Another destination that we should have reached in the early morning rather than midday, it was much to hot for many people. We were not ...
... was all a non
event. It does however mean that we could get an earlier bus to
Kingston, I'm surprised the bus manages a couple of the hills after
cramming 35 people into a 16 seater. I'm even more surprised that I
don't pass out through dehydration due to the sweat pouring mainly
from my back to the seat.
As we arrive into Down Town Kingston
bus terminal there's a definite ...
... Between the 11 of us and the 4 girls from Mississippi we were the majority of the attendees. Others included a few people from the community, Brooke, a visiting pastor and his wife, and the American teacher at the deaf school who also brought her young daughter.
After church was lunch where we had a pumpkin based soup with dumpling and yams.
Next stop was the clinic... Finally! We piled, get this, 18 people into a van and made our way up and ...