Sparkling Waters Villas
Travel Blogs from Treasure Beach
... my little boy with Sickle Cell, who two months ago was confined to his wheelchair with the missing tires, who has not attended school for 3 years for this reason, who misses playing with his friends because he cannot run around with them, met me halfway when he saw my walking down the road, with the help of his “new” walker, bright white smile from ear-to-ear.
I’ve decided I love curry-bra ...
... a game for us all to play and win tickets that on turn go onto a raffle. Due to stormy weather it was postponed to a future date. We slept and read , dinner as usual and off to bed , the night shows are a repeat of what we saw whilst in Alaska so we stay in rather than seeng them ...
... Amanda decorating the girls’ hair with wildflowers. Books, and jokes, and markers, and nonsense and hugs.
Somewhere in the middle of my heart is a round piece. In it are Tania, Kyle, Tom and Casey. In it are beaches, cliffs, long blue rivers, mountains peaks, and farms. In it is the airport, the highway, the clutch, driving into the woods to find a beach. In it are church and ...
... nearby church.
Ash Wednesday is a bank holiday here so
a relaxing day of watching a hapless attempt at the town trying to
pull a shipwreck from the sea followed by an afternoon with GT down
the Waterloo for beers, chicken and the Manchester Utd vs Real Madrid
A new favourite Jamaican dish of Ackee
and Saltfish. Ackee is a native ...
... on his own. Later in the day he was walking on the treadmill with a grin on his face the whole time. He didn't tire out either. He kept working hard the whole day. He wanted to do more and more. He even finished the day with wall squats. I was so impressed. I realized today that it's going to be hard to leave.
Cannon had a great day too. He was teaching me patois (Jamaican slang) the whole day. I think he was more interested in that ...