N-Resort All Inclusive for adults
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... times the locals arranged a brass band salute to my accomplishments outside the room door. They were very loud. Today was a more normal day. Relaxing at the pool, riding the water slide, playing in the waves , kayaking, using the paddle boats. Now for a dinner of jerked lamb chops. But no rum drinks! I have sworn off all rum at least until we return to the ...
Today we toured Montego Bay. We found a taxi driver and the four of us pilled in and saw parts of the city most people never see. We visited two street markets and the girls bought mango, poppies, sweat apple, star fruit, and I climbed trees for local fruit. I am too old to climb trees, ...
Today's port of call in Jamaica is Falmouth, a quaint port town located on the north shore of the island. After breakfast we loaded up lightly for perhaps our more adventurous excursion: a tour of the island coast and hike up famous Dunn's River Falls. It's over 900 feet from the base of the falls at sea level to the top. You walk all the way down on ...
... Momma Reid! Most unique moment of the day: Hayley getting her hair braided by a Jamaican woman in a Jamaican ‘hair salon’ in the slums of the Trelawny Parish. Coolest moment of the day: Cruising down the Martha Brae River in a bamboo raft with Captain Skilla singing Bob Marley’s ‘No-Woman No-Cry’. Quote of the day: "No problem, Mon." –Every Jamaican we interacted ...
Our ship docked at 8:00 this morning, but we had been up awhile eager to watch the docking process. The boat was ready for us to debark, but 2000 passengers can take a long time to do anything, especially since there were only two check-out lines.
We met our tour guide on the pier. (Royal Caribbean has its own fantastic pier with shops all along it. They guarantee goods purchased there and no price gouging.) We had a small bus with 20 seats, but only 17 passengers. So David and ...