Piper's Cove Resort
- Adjoining Rooms
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... mountains to reach 9 Mile. A community managed by members of the Marley family. For $20 we went on a tour to see where Bob grew up and laid to rest. To be honest, it was kind of cool to see the big tombs and the house where the "single bed" still exists, but the tour itself was a little rushed with not much information about Bob himself. I really don't know much about the artist and the whole reggae culture, and would have liked to hear a ...
... lobby after dinner to chill until the evening entertainment started at 9:45. We went over to Pueblo Prinicipe at 9:30. The entertainment was great. After a funny crowd warm up where a Jamaican guy got some people up on the stage to win a bottle of tequila by repeating some very complicated patois, the main show started. It was an African Show and it was brilliant. We left after the show at 11pm and went to bed, ...
... the hills about 40 minutes away at an old sugar cane plantation of the 1700s -the Good Hope Estate. we were fitted with helmets and machines, given the rules and jerkily got on our way. Having never ridden one of these machines it took a bit of getting used to but then we were off. Now our boys probably would think the course a bit lame but it was a great starter course for ...
... day got started.
When i got back to the room the kids were late starting with their early morning studies and were having a bit of a lay in.
After we had all showered, school lessons completed (not me), it was downstairs to a hearty breakfast. Kaleb I have to say is eating his monies worth at the moment. We are having to cut his portions back as worried he will explode. I guess he is burning it off during the day but he is eating more than ...
... I drive back enjoying the beautiful scenery and buy myself another bag of shrimps. At 50 Jamaican Dollars the bag, roughly 60 U.S. cents, it is easy to indulge in this delicacy.
Stalls selling Jerk Chicken line the turn in the road. But there is only a hint of the smell of spicy chicken roasted in marinade, at this time of day. I will stop here and take the road up the slope to reach YS Falls, situated on the former estate owned by J. Yates and Lt. Col. R. Scott. ...