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What a bust!
I booked this hotel as a quick stop over on our way to Port Antonio.
The plan was to rest and then take a evening cruise on Luminous Lake which is supposed to be spectacular and sparkling.
The hotel was the worst. The pool was empty of water, the restaurant was closed.
How well at least we can take our tour. Nope. The …
... make moving here easier than Panama, as I could stay and work to support myself long term in Jamaica. Getting to know the congregations here has been an absolute delight and understanding the challenges they face in the ministry has really impressed on me how fully Jehovah is backing their efforts.
The group consists of 12 publishers and 3 pioneers, and they have the Watchtower and Congregation Bible study separately in ASL, while all other parts are ...
... person! I could not believe it! I am on a very tight budget for Jamaica, and while we have been exploring and vacationing for one week, I am yet to even come close to spending what I budgeted! Thanks to insightful tips from locals, and cooking most of our meal in our rental house, I am please to fully enjoy Jamaica with all the luxury of a tourist, but all the frugality of a Pioneer!
My mind has been blown. Everything I have every thought I knew about the extrinsic boundaries of beauty found in nature need to be reevaluated.
The Dunn's River Falls located just 8 kms outside of Ocho Rios are stunning. For an entrance fee of $2000 JBM ($20 US) for foreigners or $600 JBM for residents, you can spend the day climbing the falls, basking in the downpour or relaxing on the beach.
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... of it because Erin was getting really hungry. There were several places along the falls where people could get out and at one of those places I gave Erin the rest of my pocket. It took them almost two hours to complete the climb because there were so many people there. On the way out there were lots of craft stalls where people tried to sell you stuff. We found Annette and got on our bus back to Ocho Rios. They dropped us off at the Taj ...