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... kill you.
All this time was spent in Kingston, the business capital of Jamaica. Not the laid-back sun baked experience I thought I was getting myself into.
Reggae was the by far the music of choice on the islands. And it was for sure a better choice then the filthy DJ Dance Hall music that could also be heard throughout the city. Downtown was an overcrowded area; over-stuffed colorful beanies,
Hello, hello! Greetings from Jamaica! I arrived safe & sound yesterday evening; both my flights went smoothly. I'm in Kingston until Sunday when myself & the other volunteers will make our way to Mandeville- our HQ- which is roughly 1.5 hours away by car.
I had a really nice first day here. After breakfast & getting some business done, me & my friend/ fellow volunteer Lindsay went with two current PVI volunteers (Kathryn ...
It's almost midnight. Alone in the cockpit, I am surrounded by a multitude of things: fiberglass, rigging, canvas, navigation instruments, a half-filled water bottle. Land, however, is not one of them; in fact, it's nearly 300 miles away. The ocean - the living, breathing, endlessly complex and utterly indifferent mass that has cradled our home - our lives - for the last six months - makes a watery crushing sound as its waves, like ten thousand blind soldiers, march past us towards ...
... wind smell of summer. I remembered that first overseas travel in California 3 years ago.
Leave the former work; and one year. I remember it once a day and sometimes had a nightmare.
I thought if environment changes, my self will change, but I underestimate it. I am me.
Here is sheltered by high wall, raster watches the gate all through the night, this room where the smell of the weeds, Top bunk is my first night bed.
... pick up the next. The following straddle carrier brings another, and places it parallel to the first so that the crane has a continuous supply of containers to load. There is no hanging around whatsoever and it is no coincidence that the port authority is extremely strict about anybody from the ship not getting in the way of the shore side operation. We were escorted off the ship and collected by a shuttle bus that goes round the port continuously taking workers, crew and passenger back ...
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