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... airport, I saw alot of poverty and realized that tourism must be the only source of income for the island. There is definitely a deeper reality here of poverty aside from the happy and superficial island vibe that touristy spots try to give off.
Since coming here, I've been going to the beach alot and relaxing with my friends. My friends chopped up some fresh coconuts ...
Today. Was. Long.
Immigration took forever, but that's bureaucracy for you. My friend/ fellow volunteer Lindsay & I were told to bring a book to pass the time, so I read a bit of Angela's Ashes. Even though that book is heartbreaking, it does make me want to think about going to graduate school in Ireland. Perhaps I shall apply to a few schools in the fall.
After immigration, we went to sort out things at the bank- ...
... s a very large part of the reason I choose to vacation on the east coast of Jamaica.
As you make the turn to the entrance of Great Huts you will see that, located right outside the hand-carved wooden front gate, is the Boston Jerk Center, reputed to have the best jerk chicken/pork/fish/lobster on the whole island and we are not able to argue this apparent fact. Tuesday night is the fish fry and reggae bash. Go there to dance to lively reggae music
... guests are not to be disturbed. She once again stressed that seclusion if so desired, and the right to a guest's privacy is paramount at GeeJam.
Meandering along another stone path we arrive at the indoor gym with again, more wall-to-wall glass doors completely open on one side to let in the view and the cool hillside breeze. This gym is complete with new state-of-the-art exercise equipment and Syd is proud to tell us that a famous movie star had frequented this gym during ...
... Angel Falls were my lodestones. And also the prospect of watching the West Indies play cricket.
Yes, I love my cricket. My father, an Irishman, called it "a constipated old game", but I grew up worshipping Freddie Truman, John Arlott and Garfield Sobers. While I lived in England - up to 1985 - cricket was part of my life: watching the summer Tests on TV, listening to the ball-by-ball radio commentary, spectating at Edgbaston and Worcester. I ...
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