Good Hope Retreat
Travel Blogs from Negril
... water shoes. SHe wouldn't even let anyone take a towel! I explained that I wasn't climbing the falls and wanted to watch from the beach. She pointed about 300 feet away and told me that was the only place I could watch from. Two other people from the tour were staying on the edge to watch as well. We stood and we stood and we stood waiting to see our group come down. Just as I had decided we must be in the wrong place (about 45 minutes), I spotted the group at the beginning of the ...
Sad to leave the beauty of the Jamaican people, the warm water on my feet, the gorgeous sunsets and the girls on this trip. Also, J our fearless leader. He kept us in check and made it fun. I don't want to go back to a Canadian winter. Not quite yet. ...
... gave me an explanation and a tour and then left. He called me at 7 to check and see if I needed anything.
I even managed to find my way around the resort, mostly. Lisa had a massive suite. Danielle had a swanky room also.
We hung out in her room for a bit. Not much happening there as it's couples only.
Tomorrow we leave for home. ...
... diary for the day was 'Interesting' and even I don't
know exactly what I meant by that. I definitely feel conspicuous and
not entirely sure as to how friendly the town is. Black River is a
small town with around 4000 inhabitants. It's located on the southern
coast of Jamaica and is a mixture of old beautiful colonial British
built buildings and a large area of shanty style market and town
... they progress. I am able to deal with it though because I know that I made an impact on their life. It is a feeling and experience that I will cherish forever and that I hope I can achieve in my work everyday.
After we closed up stroke camp we headed to treasure beach for the afternoon. We took a small boat ride out to the Pelican Bar which is a bar built on stilts out in the middle of the water. We swam on the sand bar and had a few red stripes to celebrate the great week we ...