Travel Blogs from Negril
Sad to leave the beauty of the Jamaican people, the warm water on my feet, the gorgeous sunsets and the girls on this trip. Also, J our fearless leader. He kept us in check and made it fun. I don't want to go back to a Canadian winter. Not quite yet. ...
... gave me an explanation and a tour and then left. He called me at 7 to check and see if I needed anything.
I even managed to find my way around the resort, mostly. Lisa had a massive suite. Danielle had a swanky room also.
We hung out in her room for a bit. Not much happening there as it's couples only.
Tomorrow we leave for home. ...
... br> luckily the strongest of the tremors only managed to dislodge a book
from the shelf above on to my bed. I can now add 'Earthquake
Survivor' to the list.
Me and Erin head to the River to catch
a mid day Safari. It's clearly not tourist season as there is no one
else about so we manage to get a private Safari with Rasta George.
The river is stunning and we are immediately met by a 7 ...
... watched the sunset and began to think about our real lives and the not so Jamaican weather we were headed back to. We had dinner at Jack Spraats, which was followed by a talent show. As always we had many laughs at the acts, which included: a rap about stroke camp, the worm, the llama dance, and much more. We finished the night off with a dance circle to some of our favorite tunes from the week like Lean on Me, Sister Act, and a few more. I felt a little bad for the rest of the people in ...
... advanced exercises. We worked with his hand all morning in the Upper Extremity and Free stations. I could see Carl's frustration building because the gains were small, but I could see the improvements.
We took a break for lunch. Carl called us over after we ate. He slowly opened his thumb, pinky, and now his ring finger! Even the other fingers were gaining more motion. We celebrated with Carl. I was ecstatic to see ...