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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... That was everyone! Off we went on the long drive to the mountains. We passed through St Anns Bay, Ocho Rios, Boscobel, Port Maria and Annotto Bay. Here we stopped at a rest stop at 9:10 to use the restrooms, grab some snacks and wait for another bus that was joining us. We left at 9:35 and carried on down the coast to Buff Bay. At Buff Bay we turned off the coast road and into the mountains! Here, our driver Derek warned us, the road would get bumpier, windier ...
... to the airport. Though the journey took way longer than anticipated (the bus left late and stopped every kilometer and had us running for our plane in the end!), it was a beautiful journey along the sea and over the Blue Mountains with Whitney Houston's gospel album booming over the sound system.
One negative thing to say about the trip is that we noticed quite a bit of homophobia. After we had heard a few locals slip anti-gay comments into ...
... s creations (I apologize if my spelling is incorrect). You'll find his stand located next to the juice bar. If he likes you, and Munga seems to like most people, he'll not only cut you the best deal but will crack one of the fresh almonds for you that fall from the Almond tree house above.
I had the opportunity to view all the huts on this visit and each one has its own charm. I advise
you to work closely with the staff or your travel agent in ...
... 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 ...
... pulp paper complex that emitted a cloud of noxious steam that drifted with the wind across the river, and a container port that was disproportionately large to the surrounding area. Still, this was Savannah and was on the schedule so we might as well explore. I went ashore with Franz a fellow passenger, and as we made our way in the taxi towards ‘downtown’ Savannah, I couldn’t help but notice the large number of police cars stationed at junctions and alongside ...