Travel Blogs from Negril
Usually none of our "lazy vacations" (those vacations that we spend entirely on the beach) repeat itself in terms of location...not that we deliberately seek variety - to us, a beach is a beach, after all...in a "lazy beach vacation" our main priorities are good beach, relative ...
... im Puplic -Taxi, günstig und einfach! Das ist Abenteuer!
Das Fazit von Jamaika:
-eine wunderschöne grüne naturbelassene Insel
-Jerk-Chicken, Jerk-Pork, Jerk-Fish..Patties..Curried Goat...nicht sehr abwechslungsreich...
-Reggae, Ragga, Raggamuffin und Dance Hall Musik überall, friedlich Tanzende Menschen
-Autofahren auf der linken Seite
-Kiffen kannst du hier an jeder Ecke
-Geri lernt zu verhandeln :-)
-Ya Mon - Respect!
... The trip starts at noon on his boat, which takes us across the bay. Once there we say goodbye to Carlton and hello to Pedro, our cab driver (read: dude with a car). Today we will be going to an area called Green Island, which is not actually an island but a neighborhood of about 400 people. We have met some creepy locals stepping outside of the resort properties so we are guarded. We take a long, ...
... shallows, we were full on swimming! The horses are trained to swim in a circle with the rider and then along the shoreline. WOW FUN!
I was soaking wet and loving every second. Greg's horse was the loudest of all of the group's, snorting and baying like crazy. We couldn't figure out if it was playing happily or wishing we would get the heck outa there.
... the car he told us.
After the find we talked for a while with the lady on the porch and proceeded to the next location.
Now the driver had to know. What is all this?
The next area was along a wall of rose bushes, ouch. The driver actually helped this time, we aren't so crazy now apparently. What we didn't know was that on the other side of the wall was the nude resort. Hmmmm.