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 ...
Today was a much needed day at sea. We got a ton of sun yesterday and are both pretty tired today. We started with breakfast at the solarium, one of the few places we haven't tried yet. It’s the healthier eating buffet. The food wasn’t particularly good, though to be fair none of the buffet food on this ship is very good. We’ve been eating a lot at some of the other dining venues and have only visited ...
... to me on a single sheet of A4 that has very vague associated costs for works. There is no real equivalent of SPONS in order to check tender costs against as well as the tendering process for work having very few safety precautions in place so it is increasingly difficult to ensure fairness in the tender procedure.
I have also spent time working on a cost effective solution to keeping the storm water drains clear and flowing in the ...
... 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 ...