The Grand Port Royal Hotel
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Banquet room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... and we had an entertaining time chatting to them all. One Canadian, Parker owns a house here and proceeded to invite us to move the boat to moor near the house and to help ourselves to his car! There was a young Canadian couple in the group who are getting married on Saturday and they invited us! Shortly after their arrival
we had another visit from the coastguard to check out our visitors and to see ...
... We asked why they made us all free food every night and they simply said that that's the was it has always been. We asked if it was safe to walk around at night and got a simple and firm NO. Door-to-door taxis were the only option. This made a nice sociable hostel. We suspected that this was the reason we got fed - to keep us from straying. Every single day and night - starting with the hostel, ganja filled the air which smelt good although by day 10 it smelt sickly and ...
... Abeokuta Nature Park (which is like a zoo) the driver asked me about my day yesterday and why I was so tired. I just finished explaining about the fantastic activities I did when we pulled up at the park.
I decided to join a group exploring the park with a guide. I was excited to discover all of Jamaica's unique animals. Some were beautiful and some not so much - like the manatees. Although I never seen one ...
... 4 of them with his wife ( who was a member of the I Trees the all woman group that accompanied Bob Marley and the Wailers).
While walking around the Museum we got to see Marley´s records, the various awards he had received during and after life and his recording studio still exactly as it was when he used it to record his last album . We were also shown where the attempt to assisignate him happened with bullets still visible;lodged in the walls ...
I spent New Year's eve with the Smyths. Caught up on my movie overload with Pilar, food overload with Dore, camera overload with Pat and kitten overload with Cuello (which means Neck in Spanish). I miss the Smyths. The last few days of my stay in the US was with my family (Brother, sister-in-law and nephew). I had an amazing time with them and I simply cannot get enough of my nephew. I celebrated my brother's birthday with him on the 5th January by taking him out on ...