Treasure Beach Hotel
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Room service
- Babysitting service
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... that day the bus broke down not one, not two, but three times, and it took as many hours to reach May Pen, in the rain, when you never wanted to go that day anyway. I know you have missed people, like Annie when she moved to Old Harbour, and your Grandma when she reaches through the phone and gives you a hug.
He says: My child, it will happen again. You will be elated again. You will cry from frustration again. You will be sad again, and you will giggle ...
... as many rough trains, buses and ships . I felt a lot better after a wonderful lady gave me a wonderful massage. Ken said the lecture was very interesting. The rest of the day was doing nothing much, a few chores and then dinner , served up to us, this life is so hard to take , I am sure it is going to be hard to adjust to planning a meal each night when I get ...
... There is one other volunteer in Black River (Erin) and
Australian girl, although she's heading home in 5 days but she's
allowed me to gatecrash her weekend plans of Treasure Beach and a
Safari for the weekend which is nice of her.
Up at 5am. I'd put it down to
excitement but it think it has more to do with the stifling heat and
a heavy dose of jet lag. ...
... had an army base and various British military remnants. On Sunday we went to a village near Mount Edge at the top of some very steep stairs. To live there you had to be baptised as a Rastafarian, but they were very friendly and happy to show visitors around. After talking to them it turned out that one of them was from Brixton and another used to be a taxi driver in Nottingham. Who'd have thought it. ...
... to say, Dr. Feld and I lucked out in the desert department last night.
One of the girls from Mississippi had a birthday yesterday so after dinner Brooke, Toots, and Nika ran out of the kitchen and floured her from head to toe. She was so excited that she got to take part in this fun Jamaican tradition. People then shared stories of ways they had gotten "floured" on their birthdays in the past. Brooke made it to bedtime one year without anyone getting ...