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Today was our last day in Hagley Gap. We have said our good-byes and shed more than a few tears. We had a final good-bye with Franklyn and Deon Cuff and their children before loading up our bags and heading into Kingston to stay at the Mayfair Hotel. We decided that we needed a couple of days to de-compress and share some time alone with each ...
... 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 ...
... plainly ignorant - is broken.
End of play with the record still unbroken.
MONDAY MARCH 27th (DAY 4) :
Day of three records: highest 8th wicket partnership (147), slowest ever West Indian century (497 minutes by Jimmy Adams) and the apotheosis of Courtney Walsh.
The subtext of the whole game - more important to the Jamaicans than the match itself - is whether Courtney Walsh will, in front of his home crowd, break the world record ...
... learn about various species of animals and plant life along the Black River. We took an hour boat ride along the Black River where we got to see crocodiles, the safari's biggest attraction. I know that the children enjoyed it and I think that they learned as well. From the Safari we went to Y.S. Falls another popular tourist site. At the Falls, we had lunch, viewed the Falls and swam (well the kids and the teachers that came on the ...