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... and we had an entertaining time chatting to them all. One Canadian, Parker owns a house here and proceeded to invite us to move the boat to moor near the house and to help ourselves to his car! There was a young Canadian couple in the group who are getting married on Saturday and they invited us! Shortly after their arrival
we had another visit from the coastguard to check out our visitors and to see ...
... and complete school (up to age 17) and only English is used so I'm not sure why this was. We stayed in the Reggae hostel for 2 nights and it was a very friendly social place with a big outdoor terrace area with a bar. Each night dinner was cooked for us for free and we ate outside in the warm air. Each evening it was dark by 18.00. The food was traditional Jamaican - ackee and salt fish, rice and peas, dumplings, and green bananas (which were delicious boiled - ...
This morning my eyes struggled to open and when I checked the time it was 9am. I freaked out and raced downstairs as today was my last day of adventuring around Jamaica. I raced to the hotel cafe for a coffee and a quick breakfast which tasted awesome.
The cab was outside waiting for me and the driver asked why I was so late today. I told him I was sorry but I was really tired from yesterday. As we drove ...
We were taken around the house just the 4 us by a guide who had a great knowledge of the life and work of Bob Marley.
Bob was born in Nine Mile in Jamaica to a young Jamaican woman and an English man 40 years her senior. He moved to the area of Trenchtown in Kingston as a teenager. He was a Rastafarian so he was a vegetarian and never drank alchol. He was baptised in the Orthodox Ethiopian Church as Berhane Selassie. He fathered ...
2 cups undrained canned crushed pineapple
1/2 cup peanut butter
1 tablespoon tabasco
1/2 cup chopped fresh cilantro
salt to taste
From Indianapolis I went to see the Smyths in California and as always I received one of the warmest welcomes I always receive when I go to see them. I decided to surprise their daughter and son. Dore told the kids she was on her way out to get a dessert with Pat. So it turns out I was her dessert. Hope she doesn't want ...