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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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I thought the Abeokuta Nature Park would be a very good attraction for a school group visit. They can have a guide to learn about as well as see the amazing animals and if it gets too hot you can always go for a swim in a little natural dam on the site. When I was at the park it was crowded so I decided not to swim there.
After a late lunch at a cafe in the park I left to go to Reach Falls, which ...
... the Museum behind we were once again engulfed in the Jamaican heat (thankfully marginally better than my first day) as we walked towards Devon House. The steets were very busy especially next to he traffic lights where people sell all sorts of things from fruit to drinks to ice cream or try to clean cars windscreens.
Jamaican people are very friendly and easy going and you quickly learn the Jamaican handshake ( which invloves rubbing thumbs ...
... breakfast consist of baked or roasted bread fruit and Akee & saltfish. Akee ,while often compared to scrambled eggs because of it's colour and texture, tastes nothing like it. Akee is a tropical fruit that grows inside of a pinkish-red pod. The fruit is poisonus unless the pod naturally opens on it's own, and has been known to cause death if handled improperly. Don't let that scare you though! An akee related death has ...
... property on the quiet side of the Isla Macure. Very simple (basic) but with a beautiful location. The island was a strange mix of a big (but virtually empty) resort, our place and a small village that was a world away from tourism. Once the tour boats left we had the beach and the clear blue water to ourselves.
Now a change of direction, heading inland, but still with a watery theme. Two large river systems flow down from the mountains to the coast across a vast ...
... immortal cricket memories. It is unlikely that I will ever live again in such close proximity to the West Indies; the world is so big, and life is so short, we should make every effort not to repeat the past. As an educational tourist I hope to visit many more countries. Maybe one day I'll put down roots and learn a language properly. In the meantime, I must finish applying for that new job in Bombay close to the cricket ground….
Kevin Mulqueen ...