The Ritz-Carlton Golf & Spa Resort
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... town and experience the culture. We were offered taxis and tours about 2000 times and we were constantly being pestered to buy things from the locals. One man followed us around the whole town attempting to be our tour guide for a tip despite us trying to shake him off repeatedly which was kind of an awkward experience for everyone - especially when we didn't give him any money.
Our third port was Cozumel, Mexico which was an island south of the mainland (like Tasmania). ...
It's been a couple of days since my last report but they have quite eventful. As I am determined to report the truth let me start by saying that whatever Lily claims is only part of the story. It all began when the local chemist hearing of my expertise requested my help in his laboratory. In the interest of furthering medical research I agreed to assist. It ...
Today we toured Montego Bay. We found a taxi driver and the four of us pilled in and saw parts of the city most people never see. We visited two street markets and the girls bought mango, poppies, sweat apple, star fruit, and I climbed trees for local fruit. I am too old to climb trees, ...
... just too difficult to get around so we drove back and stopped at a scenic point. It had steps down to a very small beach and we spent some time there, all by ourselves.
Jamaica continues to be a challenging place for me. Heat, driving, the Jamaican way of life.
... and we hung out at the port together for a while and had a light lunch at Margaritaville, which seem to be popping up everywhere.
Then it was back on board for some quiet time on the ship before we departed for Royal Caribbean's private resort at Labadee, Haiti. Dinner tonight was at Tuscan Grille with friends. Another excellent meal. Celebrity really excels in the food department I think.