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... that my things were still all wet.
Arriving at the Reggae Hostel was all worth it though. I pre-booked through the website which was somehow lost in the system. When I arrived the dorm-room was already full but I was offered a place in a double bedroom for the same price :) In the courtyard I found 20 people sitting together having a beer and planning the night. Music is playing and ...
... Montego Bay it was just more beach, sun and sea - a truly tough life. One day we did take a double paddle boat out in the bay but we quickly got back and had banana and strawberry daiquiris. One great thing at the hotel was that every day at 4pm they would serve tea - a marvelous tradition left behind by the English. For dinners in Montego Bay we made use of having a car and went in search of local graze. Here we really honed our skills of asking ...
... 4WD, countless local bus and taxi trips
...10,000 plus photos, 23 blog entries
...1000+ rounds of tea made by Cliff (and at least 10 by me...)
...one filling, two colds and a couple of dicky stomachs, but otherwise great health
...a lot of unhealthy eating
...around 20,000 miles travelled
it was time to say goodbye to South America, but we were not quite done yet.
My school friend Sue and her family are living in Kingston, Jamaica for ...
... asked for directions from 5 different people and didn’t realize that we had hired a car from a jewelry store!! Lol anyhow they had a good price..lol
We spent our last night at Carabic house on the Hip Strip in Mo-Bay, very close to the airport, perfect for our 4am start! So the next spot we go to is Miami. I don’t know much about this place and can only think that it is a beach spot and was where Miami Vice was filmed years ago. Stay tuned for our Miami experience. ...
... We enjoy each others company at meal times but with the exception of sharing transport when we go ashore, we don’t often socialise together. This is healthy, as being together for a month with no work to do, and time to get into mischief, it could be a breeding ground for problems to develop. The Captain was telling me that ‘passenger problems’ are not uncommon, and when the pax fall out, they seek to eat at different times and avoid each other as far as ...