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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... We met Mr. Shirley's sons for lunch at Usain Bolt’s Tracks & Records, a very modern and innovative restaurant, lounge, sports bar concept they have built up with some more friends. Monitors, a big screen which can be lifted and has a stage for live acts behind and for me the first time I have seen dining tables with built in internet touch screens, nearly forgot that I am in Jamaica. I got a tour through the whole club ...
... petted through the bars of her cage. (Who ever heard of petting a bird?) Lilly craved human attention, and Laura and I concluded that she must be lonely because she lacks a mate. To compensate her, I spent hours saying hello to her and petting her feathers through the cage bars. It was as good for me as it was for her.
As far as I could tell, Lilly couldn't speak Patois, but she could speak English. Well, one word, anyway. And that leads me to the next ...
... and the talent displayed is beyond reproach.
From here a wooden ladder leads you to the second story which includes a wet bar complete with refrigerator and microwave and much to our delight, a hanging porch swing for two which
directly faces the ocean. My husband enjoyed laying across it while reading. The light wind from the ocean assists with no effort in rocking you to and fro. Climbing the ladder to the top floor you will find the living ...
... the Prime Minister, the Sports Minister and Walsh give speeches in front of an ecstatic crowd. The voice of Kapil Dev - from the UAE - is broadcast over the tannoy. He has sent three magnums of champagne to the new champion. A great little ceremony overshadowing the match itself, now as good as over thanks to fine West Indian bowling and ****-poor Zimbabwean batting.
I go back to my hotel a contented man.
As I say, in years to come I will ...
Hi All, I want to start off by wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. So much has happened since my last entry....where to begin....let's begin with Mr. Barack Obama. Mr. President Election Day for me was just as exciting in Jamaica as it would have been in the US. Although I was extremely jealous and wanted so desperately to be among the crowds of people that heard Mr. Obama's victory speech and welcomed the new First Family. However, I ...