Moon San Villa
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... maintenance I am?"
"Feel my heart," he says, taking my hand and placing it on his sternum. "It's beating like a drum."
I can, in fact, feel his heart thumping in his chest. I admire it for a second and then push him away. "Get out of here, Marlan. You say that to all the tourist girls! C'mon, I want to go surfing. Give me a good price."
He smiles his brimming white grin and shakes his dread-locks, muttering something to himself in Patois. "Okay, Engreed. I'll take ...
... on peddles for brakes. This was really painful to do with my left knee so I had to constantly break with my right leg. I thought my leg was going to drop off by the end of the ride.
There was a break for lunch where we met up with the coaches and Kaisha was re-united with the family and her coach.
Our bike guides were great fun, very entertaining, silly and a scream. There was one casualty when an older lady fell off her bike about 2/3 of the way round. ...
... full lunch menu of local and international cuisine. Frenchman's Cove is rated as one of the best beaches in the world and is a must-see.
If I were you, I would stick around Great Huts for dinner as they serve some of the most delicious meals I have ever had in Jamaica. The chefs are artists in their own right. They served up everything from fish to chicken to beef to pork and my husband said the curried goat was to die for. I stuck with fish since I don't ...
... there is no reason not to take in everything this lush coast of Jamaica has to offer.
I do hope to visit GeeJam again in the future, next time as a guest. And you never know — maybe my hidden talents will be discovered and I'll be sipping Pina coladas by the pool with Beyonce before heading into the studio to bust a few rhymes with Jay-Z.
Yo Yo Yo, it's "Z" and me...laying down the shorty mac travel track!
Hey…if you're gonna dream, you might as well dream BIG!
... side of the island from Ocho (pronounced Oh Chee) Rios. This is where the cruise liners dock, so coming to the container port in Kingston was out of the ordinary – a bit down market you could say. Still, the arrangements went very well, I was phoned to say the taxi was on its way and was met at the port gate by a charming hostess, Leslie, who looked after us the whole day.
Our driver Kenny was very hospitable and pointed out places of interest as we made our way from ...