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... and walk all the way up on the falls. We will include the video and some still pictures when We get it uploaded. It was great fun! On the way back we stopped at Columbus a beach for authentic jerk chicken and pork and capped off the afternoon at Margaritaville in the port district. Evening included sunset off of our veranda and dinner. Tomorrow: Labadee, ...
Sunday 15th February, Montego Bay
Belly and Wendy took the dingy to Doctor's Cave, a reef site about 3km away. It was a bit windy with a few waves which meant the visibility was a bit poor and keeping each other and the dingy in sight was a quite a challenge. It was a pretty good workout for an hour or so. There were really pretty corals and quite a few fish, though all very small.
Belly and Wendy went in to ...
... and ironing board next to $3.00 washes and $3.00 dries. Quarters are available at guest services. Soap is a buck. There are no dryer sheets available. Other than myself, I never saw anybody use the machines on this cruise.
The jogging track is short: 1 lap is 176 yards so ten laps equals one mile. The few people who used it walked. I didn’t see anybody actually jogging and I was there a lot.
For his verbose public address system talk about our Montego Bay port of ...
... told they only use spring water which is what is in their bottled water. At least with the bottled water I know only I touched it. Crazy enough we were watching the news tonight and there was a report of people in a Los Angles hotel complaining about the strange taste of the water and that they weren't getting enough water pressure. When they checked the water tank they found a dead body in it! I feel terrible for the family members of this woman but ...
... I haven't played on many of them before and found it more relaxing on the water than on the beach.
Montego Bay as a whole was not such a great place, but has a very good location that is about 1.5 hours from Negril and 1.5 hours from Ocho Rios. They have a strip with bars and clubs that I didn't find so great. The hotels were way overpriced and you don't get a lot for them. They aren't near a beach and they aren't peaceful.