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... flight number 4 in my life.
So, after 15 minutes in the back office where they kindly let me use their computer and printer I had my ESTA. Hilariously I put my date of birth in wrongly. Attempted to book another flight from Jamaica to Chicago on American. Problem was my only credit card was max'd and I didn't have enough cash on me to pay. Depressed, I sauntered away in the hope I could find some wifi and thankfully, having asked around I picked ...
... to arrive at Y Knot marina and boarded "Free Spirit 5". Jean and Michael were there, as well as Ken and Belly. It was great to catch up with them all.
Wednesday 28th January
We all slept in and after breakfast Belly, Rick and Wendy went into town to stock up on some food and check out the market and for Rick and Wendy to get some orientation. The fresh food market was fairly chaotic ...
... and headed for our safe-haven of Jimmy Buffet's Magaritaville - hassle-free. On day 6 we headed to Negril - a place that was least recommended to us - we loved it! We stayed at a place on a 7mile stretch of white beach, where you could walk along past the beach bars with out getting hassled, too much! I have so say that everywhere in Jamaica, except Ochi, people selling stuff were not relentless. We had heard about a bar where you can watch cliff divers called Rick's Cafe ...
... makes the activity very safe for students. There were two ways to get to the top of the platform for the zip line - you could climb up a vertical pole that had to be at least 20 feet high or you could just take the stairs. I attempted to climb the huge vertical pole. I put one foot on the step then the other and before I knew it I was up, but damn I was tired. This activity is achievable for any student ...
On my fifth day in the Caribbean, I visited the Bob Marley Museum in Kingston, Jamaica. The museum is situated on the site of the legendary musician's home, which he purchased in 1975. This house, featuring 19th-century architecture, was Marley's home until his death
in 1981. It was converted into a museum six years later by his wife, Mrs Rita Marley. The main museum displays Marley's personal treasures throughout his house.
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