Morgan's Harbour Hotel and Marina
Travel Blogs from Kingston
... life in Africa. It had lots of pineapples in it, which I am not to keen on, but I tried it and actually really enjoyed it. In fact on my trip to see Beth, I tried two things which I don't really enjoy, and they were sledding and pineapples, I was pleasantly surprised!
Here is the recipe of the food we had together with Beth:
Africa Pineapple Peanut Stew:
1 Cup chopped onions
2 garlic gloves, minced or pressed
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
1 bunch kale ...
... We met Mr. Shirley's sons for lunch at Usain Bolt’s Tracks & Records, a very modern and innovative restaurant, lounge, sports bar concept they have built up with some more friends. Monitors, a big screen which can be lifted and has a stage for live acts behind and for me the first time I have seen dining tables with built in internet touch screens, nearly forgot that I am in Jamaica. I got a tour through the whole club ...
... his way out to his fishing spot, he rowed over bearing gifts of fresh coconuts and mangoes, along with his usual blessings. What a heavenly place indeed.
We're incredibly bummed to be leaving Jamaica so soon, but alas, we've got places to go and visitors to meet. Tonight we take off for Haiti and the Dominican Republic, but you can bet we'll be watching Jamaica disappear from the horizon with heavy hearts; hearts that have truly been touched by this rich, beautiful land of One ...
... plainly ignorant - is broken.
End of play with the record still unbroken.
MONDAY MARCH 27th (DAY 4) :
Day of three records: highest 8th wicket partnership (147), slowest ever West Indian century (497 minutes by Jimmy Adams) and the apotheosis of Courtney Walsh.
The subtext of the whole game - more important to the Jamaicans than the match itself - is whether Courtney Walsh will, in front of his home crowd, break the world record ...
2nd March 2010
Who said, 'You should never judge a book by its cover?'
As we sailed up the river this morning, approaching Savannah, I have got to say that my impression of the place was not particularly good. It was preceded by what could best be described as land that bordered on swamp and the town itself appeared ‘flat’ and not particularly inspiring. After the river had passed through the town, we entered an enormous industrial area with a ...