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... from the Reggae hostel in Kingston which was a nice surprise, and 4 of us went on a trip to visit 'The Blue Hole' where we had a guide that took us to various locations where we could jump off rocks, go on rope swings and even crawl into crevices. It was great. The next day we (the 4 of us again) had arranged to visit Nine Miles, the village where Bob Marley was brought up until he was 12 or 13. He would often return to visit his mother and family, and when he died in 1981 ...
... was helped by the music that was playing from a radio nearby. The reggae sound was calming and it just made everything easier to do.
Today I've really felt like I've joined the community and made a difference. I felt good and know that students would really enjoy this volunteering activity and get a lot from it while giving back to others. When the day was over, the others thanked me for my help. As I was waiting for my taxi I ...
... disturbing my peace for a few hours. In the early afternoon the place started to get full and music was playing.
I almost missed my bus to Kingston because I started to share a few beers with a nice couple from Texas and lost track of time, but fortunately everything worked out. The drive was quite a challenge if you get car sick easily, and in addition to that the aircon was ...
... you don't count on though is out of Kingston there are no signs to direct you other than if you reach a main town but by that time it's possible to be on the completely opposite side of the island. Our first stop was treasue beach, an off the beaten track seaside town on the southern side of the island. We managed to get there just before dark to Shana's relief (and secretly my as well). The spot we chose was called Jake's. A decidedly ...
... to be in the presence of something that lived millions of years ago. The area was riddled with many (much smaller) fossils and El Infernito an ancient astronomical observatory, complete for some reason with giant phalluses. On our return journey we also chanced upon a house made completely of clay inside and out with weird Gaudi-esque shapes and designs.
It was my birthday while we were in Villa de Leyva and we celebrated by staying a couple of nights in ...