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Travel Blogs from Kingston
... and we got the tour done just in time, before the "booze cruise" reached the place! Can you imagine walking up the fall with a bunch of drunk people?
I left Jamaica on the 26th December towards New Jersey where I stayed with my brother and the family. I paid a quick visit to a dear friend of mine Beth (I know her from our time at University of Tennessee back in Memphis). It was her golden Birthday and I was under the impression that was her 30th Bday, but it turns out I ...
... but the next little green cherries were already growing. Since the climate is fairly stable, the coffee keeps growing year round.
I found it wonderful up there, very peaceful.
We then moved on to a processing factory, Stoneleigh, which is located in another sidevalley. The factory manager guided me through the whole processing from drying (outside in the sun, called barbecue), resting, over cleaning and sorting (there are many ...
... and out of the ground. Vultures wheel overhead, no doubt an omen of some sort.
Smiling pictures of Jimmy Adams and Courtney Walsh, the local heroes, stare out from hoardings, endorsing their favourite brands of milk and fitness drink. In the TV commentary box, opposite me, I make out, through my binoculars, the august personages of Michael Holding, Mike Procter and Robin Jackman.
Hilarity and applause as a diminutive 16-year-old black boy, the ...
... 5° in the shade, so pretty warm. There is a stiff breeze blowing so as long as you are not doing physical work, it is very pleasant. Inside the temperature is a very reasonable 22° so nothing to work up a sweat about inside either! Now we are at anchor I can see the entrance to the Panama Canal very clearly – the entrance is preceded by a long break water and the waves are crashing over this, clearly visible from here, about 2 miles away. I have had a count up of ships at anchor ...
... by Devon who is quite enthusiastic with his plans to have it as an attraction. There is the remains of the great house nearby - a bit difficult to get to: it too going to rot or loss at the hands of those who don't care. Head on into Buff Bay. Note: Had you taken the B1 over the Blue Mountains you would have come out here. You would have passed by and maybe opted ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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