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Haven't done a great deal since last time. Our days consist of waking up, having an all you can eat breakfast, feeling crook from eating too much, then lazing around the pool while the boys go up and down the slides. You try and hold off from drinking for as long as you can, but the staff keep asking if you want something from the bar. And they are so damn friendly and nice it's near impossible to say No. There is no responsible drinking laws here! We ...
... from lunch so we didn't have that much.
On Saturday we took a trip into town. They took us to a flea market and we were the only ones there so we got mobbed by the shop store owners. Everyone wanted us to look in their shops which was basically the same as the next one - wood crafts, necklaces and Jamaican trinkets. We bought some souvenirs here and there to keep everyone happy. If you forgot to look in someone's shop, they say to you that ...
... there just in time, don't like these close calls, not good for the stress levels. From Miami we flew to Montego Bay which was only an hour and a half flight. Got to our hotel, and it's fantastic. It's got a nice big pool right next to the beach, a lazy river and a couple of water slides. We've got the all-inclusive package so you can eat and drink as much as you want. Spent the afternoon floating around the pool drinking Piña Coladas and Red Stripe beer ...
After 1 1/2 hours of sleep: restless, fitful sleep, I dragged my suitcase to the car in the pouring rain and Steve and I picked up my travelling companion at her apartment. Her apartment which was flooding as the night wore on. Ouch. This was not looking good. She'd used up all of her towels, wrung them out, threw them in the washer on spin cycle and re-used them and they were all soaked again. Not ...
... wares so obviously this beach is controlled by either cops or tourist bureau. No beggers!!
Had a couple of fruity beverages and then Red Stripe. Also grabbed lunch at the restaurant on the beach. Each order something different and share - get lots of flavour - taking advantage of jerk meals. We are both figuring Jerk = Salt - holy salty foods.
Had an excellent beach day and did pretty much the same thing the following day. I stayed in the shade a bit ...
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