Pelican Hill Villas
Travel Blogs from Negril
... the sun was not in short supply either for that glowing skin.
We went on on a glass bottom boat with Captain Black. He had such a cool laid back demeanor. We sailed alongside the cliffs and took in the views as well as the coral and schools of fish. Kyle went snorkeling while I chatted up Captain Black and drank a Red Stripe Beer. The breeze was blowing and the skies were clear. It was the ...
... to see the show tonight but skipped it because we were pretty tired. Tonight was formal night. We dressed up because I really wanted to try the fisherman’s plate I kept hearing about that is always offered on the second formal night. It was good. We each got one and then split the prime rib. I’m glad we split the second entrée because it was also good and the fisherman’s plate wasn’t that ...
... into the river. At present the river level is often too high and flows into the storm water gulleys and therefor causing flow blockages. Stagnant water and blockages are also common throughout the towns storm gulleys and needs looking into.
Apologies for the lack of photographs to go with this months. My camera has got problems connecting but I will have a new one in 2 weeks time and will upload with this blog as soon as I can.
... and 'Sumfest'.)
Malcolm (16 years old, Quiet but
friendly, Basketball fanatic)
Gabrielle (9Years old, Anything but
quiet, very sweet, In love with Zane from 1D)
4 dogs of which one is a pet and three
security dogs,Toby (the pet and a small Terrier type dog), Zack and
Cody (Labrador, Alsation crosses) and Spike (Rottweiler, Doberman
with some pit bull in there ...
... put together little thank you plaques for each of us. It is something that I will definitely put in my office someday to remind me of the experience I had in Jamaica and all that I learned. It will remind me of the impact that I can have on peoples’ lives and the reason why I chose a profession that allows me to do so. I am really going to miss Joshua and cannon and all of the patients. It is hard to leave and know that I will probably never see them again and may or may not ...