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... in Jamaica because they live In a very corrupt place. At around four we headed back to the boat and signed in, Then me and others left to go do something on the main deck, After me and the guys had dinner at a Taste (which was free) it was really good and the meals came super fast. After we headed to the sport complex to go play soccer then to the hot tub for the rest of the night. it was a very eventful but amazing ...
... to our guide. His name was Melborne Rose. He would be leading our group up the falls. After a lot of 'psyching up' and a lot of noise we were taken down the trail to the beach where the falls start. There were a lot of groups but surprisingly, it never felt overcrowded as such. The Falls are huge! They go up 180 feet and are 600 feet long! And we climbed all the way up! There were photo opportunities along the way, and on the trickier parts of the trails we all linked ...
... below. Maybe 600 meters out the water goes dark blue where the reef wall ends. Between here and there the serenity is destroyed by the Cool Runnin party boat, full of tourists engaged in synchonised, directed dancing.
We take a walk into the streets and almost immediately I’m bumping fists with a local guy on a bike riding next to us..
‘Yo where you from man..’
‘Australia! All right! So you know I got ...
... the audience to collect items. One item to be collected was some bread. Two boys returned holding the same bread roll, the Master Pirate said ‘Is wha you a do? You can’t share bread here, this is all inclusive’ :0). The audience burst out laughing and sadly one boy was out!
We did not get the kids to bed until about 2300 so it was a very late night for them. Boy did we pay for it having two very tired little bunnies trying to get them to ...
... they are not fast asleep in the plastic chairs in front of the TV. However, most of the other Rastafarians who control the beach are intrusive and flashy. They wear bright T-shirts and far too many chains around the neck when they allow the fat American tourists to take a drag from their joints for a couple dollars.
Boasting a magnificent
Most people who visit Jamaica arrive by plane in Montego Bay, situated 50 miles away to the east of the northern shores. The ...