Jakes Hotel, Villas & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... was right beneath my feet, and this realization suddenly brought an incredible calm over me.
We PVIs had three months from our departure from our island (even less time now) and I could easily be nominated as President of the Freak Out Club. There’s so-much-left, way-more-left, too-much-stuff-left to do. I really want to go on this trip with the kids. I really want to study this other artist in art class with my students. I really want to ...
After a day at sea yesterday we are always ready for a tour , and today was a train ride though the tropical mangrove areas and then a rivers cruise tough more mangoes looking for crocodiles and guavas. Well the train ride was eventful after passing through the township which was quite educational as to how the people live, and learning about their town, we were halfway into the ride when the train broke down, leaving only two options, one for us all to push and ...
... early on Sunday to escape the sun and work on my US visa application. After work on Monday I got the bus to Kingston ahead of my embassy meeting on Monday. From Halfway Tree bus station I walked to the Reggae Hostel where I was staying. A really nice place with friendly people. Unfortunately I was only staying for one night but it allowed me to see what there is to do in Kingston for another time, with street parties every ...
longer than I had expecting I'll upload them in instalments of 10
days from now which will also make it less laborious to read. I've
already had to delete half of what I'd typed for this entry to keep
it at a reasonable length.
In summary of my first 10 days.
- Loving Jamaica, the weather and
- I have no tan to speak of yet.
- My host family ...
We arrived yesterday in Montego Bay. As we flew in there was a series of rainbows and rainstorms to welcome us to this tropical land! The moment we stepped off the plane I could tell we were in the tropics! Biiiiig breath of humid air!
We were greeted at the airport by Brooke, the woman who runs the stroke camp. Our plane was a little delayed so we quickly hopped in the vans to try and make it as far as possible before dark. I ...