Villas Sur Mer
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... 8211; only 14 people and 150 chickens in a 12 seater. Belly had an entertaining time chatting to her seat mate. Born in this area he works on cruise ships all over the world. Wendy’s neighbour had a box of 100 day old chicks on her knee! We climbed steadily on a narrow windy and mostly sealed road through beautiful rainforest and past small farms and villages until we arrived at the end of the bus route, Maroon Town. It ...
... warned not to eat the brownies!!! About 6 of the group went to buy some and a couple of aging hippies were reliving their youth!! However we did not partake and I was pleased that my training ghadlearnt from the kids at Shortwood made me more knowledgable than I'd realised about the drug scene!! We were admitted to the Bob Marley area and a Rastafarian guide allocated to us! They were all as high as kites but full of peace ...
... that the information was
almost all incorrect! We did check out
the beach where there is a reef off shore, but it was too rough to snorkel
today. Wendy and Rick gave Belly a tour
through the CBD, picked up a few things and went to a locals type restaurant
for lunch. Belly and Wendy had the local
specialty, goat curry, which was really delicious. Rick unfortunately had to wait ages ...
... t believe the hype about not enough storage, I bet people are just over packing.. There are rattan hooks on the wall for your clothes as well; In the GVS rooms there is plenty of floor space to put your sandals, flip flops etc. The bathrooms are a good size even for two people to share at the same time; the bathrooms are not luxurious but definitely clean!
Because we changed our room location, our room was not stocked with our pre-registration items, but ...
... to spend money and have a good time, but I just think you shouldn't force the entertainment on anyone.
After I just finished Jamaica, I believe that I have knocked off all the big islands in the Caribbean and could do most of what is left on a cruise with possibly the exception of the Bahamas. I have knocked off Curacao, Aruba, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Cuba, San Andres and Trinidad and Tobago.