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Travel Blogs from Runaway Bay
So you arrive in Jamaica where the most popular phrase is "No Problem!".. theyre right, nothing seems to be a problem, chilled out, laid back and nothing is a problem..
Myself and my boyfriend went with 38 others to Ocho Rios for a best friends wedding.. having never been to Jamaica , we had heard stories of being molested, tourists being attacked and the locals spending days smoking weed and my dad joked many times before we went if we had "packed a ...
... Got some pictures so I'm happy! We got out and relaxed on loungers to check out our photos. Sven was silly and formatted his card!! He wiped everything on his memory card! What a numpty! We went and had a small lunch at about 1pm. Then we chilled in the lobby til 4:30 before going back to the room to relax. We played some games til 5:30 then got ready for dinner in Don Pablo at 7pm. We went down to dinner dressed to impress but we made one ...
... a la carte meals tonight in the Picasso restaurant - a spanish themed eatery! The starter was a buffet of tapas style food and everything i picked up was amazing. For main I had trout on a pancake thing which was so delicious! Sven had loin of pork which he enjoyed thoroughly! Tomorrow we have a relaxing morning followed by a trip river tubing in the afternoon! Looking forward to ...
longer than I had expecting I'll upload them in instalments of 10
days from now which will also make it less laborious to read. I've
already had to delete half of what I'd typed for this entry to keep
it at a reasonable length.
In summary of my first 10 days.
- Loving Jamaica, the weather and
- I have no tan to speak of yet.
- My host family ...
... hugs I've ever received in my life. Everyone laughed, and I was smiling ear to ear. It was easily one of the best "Big Ups."
We returned, and Brittany and I worked on our devotion we were going to lead the next day. A few of the deaf students came out to see what we were doing. They slowly crept up behind us. They laughed, smiled, and sat next to us. I tried to recall some sign language, but I could only remember how to ask, "What is your name?" ...