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... I raced upstairs and got dressed. Looking my best, I headed down and jumped in the cab. The service and food at Chez Maria were just as great as I remembered. I treated the cab driver to anything he wanted and he was very grateful.
After our delicious dinner we headed back to my hotel and I said my final good bye to the cab driver. I packed everything so I was ready for tomorrow and am now going to have an early ...
... and abundant in the whole island. And of course the visit to the Devon house will not have been complete withouth trying the famours ice scream ( voted in the top five in the whole wide world by National Geographic!). I try the most Jamaican taste there is Rum and raisin and the sugar/ alchohol rush gave me wings!!
After our Jamaican lunch we continue walking towards the Emancipation Park.
The park is beautiful and there you can find young ...
... such fish, curried shrimp, pumpkin and squash, or even soy beef patties are also readily available. Which leads me to the best thing I have eaten and my new favourite food: Lobster Patties. Flaky Jamaican pastry stuffed with so much real Atlantic lobster it is bursting from the sides!
The next time I go to Jamaica ( and "believe you me", there will be a next time), the only thing I am packing is my appetite.
... photo tells the story far better than words can. The filling was a bargain at £12 and so far seems to be a success.
Our last week in Colombia (and indeed South America) saw us back in the hills in a couple of charming colonial towns...Barichara and Villa de Leyva.
The journey to Barichara was through a beautiful mountain gorge and also the scariest journey of the trip (if not my life). Hairpin bends, steep drops and tiny crash barriers are OK, but add ...
... not allowed on the tour but we got some cool shots around the house and by his statue.
Continuing on from the museum we drove a little longer before reaching the Mavis Bank coffee factory where Roger from Lime Tree farm would come to collect us. The roads further on from the coffee factory are too rough for our hire car, so we organized to park it there for a few days.
While we waited for the lift Barbara, a nice lady from the factory , took us on a tour. ...