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... from people I had never met before! They had been travelling to many places in the world themselves and always appreciated the local hospitality too.
Mr. Shirley and I left then and with a good car and a good driver on very bad roads we reached the Blue Mountains in about an hour. The name of the Blue Mountains comes from the clouds in which the up to above 2000 meters high hills are usually covered. Mr. Shiley's organic farm we visited, ...
... them. He took Laura and me to spend an afternoon at the Jamaican national surf camp outside Kingston, where we learned that, in addition to surfing, Jamaican surfers love to play dominoes. They also love to get high, especially while making reggae music about getting high.
I was amused and a bit surprised to see this stereotype fulfilled so completely before my eyes. Other things we'd heard about Jamaica, like about how violent it is, we fortunately did not notice first ...
... of classes for their guests in the very near future. The head chef Ron's culinary creations are purely brilliant. I've always believed that great cooking can not be taught and although he once trained at some of the finest and most exclusive eateries on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, it is his innate ability to balance just the right amount of sweetness or spice in the nightly meals that convinced
me Ron is a natural born chef. I wish they had this available when I was there because ...
... in the technicalities, the lore and the statistics of cricket. But what sets them apart is their unfettered, joyous appreciation of the game in all its aspects. Never a dull moment in a West Indian cricket ground; if the game is sometimes boring, the crowd never is.
When I attended the recent Test Match against Zimbabwe in Kingston, Jamaica, I kept a daily diary of the game. Here are a few snippets:
SUNDAY MARCH 26th 2000 (DAY 3) :
... the water was cold, I was not getting in). The day started at 6 a.m. and I did not get home until 8 p.m. I was so exhausted. I am planning the next field trip. The students graduate this June and I'm planning on taking them on one last big field trip before they graduate. Most of my club members are sixth graders so they will graduate from primary school and enter high school in the fall. I'm leaving, they're graduating.Exciting times for ...