Greetings from Jamaica

“We’re Jammin’.  I want to jam it with you.  Jammin’.  I hope you like Jammin’ to.”

It’s another beautiful day in Montego Bay, Jamaica.  We’re having a great time, listening to some Bob Marley, swimming and snorkelling.  I thought I’d take some time to describe the experience we’re having this Thanksgiving weekend.

The villa is even more beautiful than the pictures we’ve seen.  Lots of space, great outdoor area, panoramic pool, sitting area and our own private beach.  We’ve had our last couple of meals in the outdoor dining area.  There’s a refreshing, cool breeze coming off the ocean.  Not too hot… in fact just right.

The staff here are phenomenal.  We have our own hostess, chef, housekeeper, groundskeeper and driver.  They take really great care of us.  In fact, I think we’re going downtown this afternoon just for the heck of it.

In the villa, there is only myself, Deborah, Fiona, Joe, Fiona, baby Matteo, Savannah and Gloria, friends of Joe and Fiona.  So a nice small family, enjoying each other’s company for the ultra-long weekend.  Matteo is so cute and such a good boy.  I like making him laugh.  And, boy, he Loves the pool.

Yes, I think we’re having turkey-lurkey for dinner.  But it might be marinaded turkey breast on the barbeque.  We’re having our dinner on the beach tonight.  Hope sand doesn’t get into my food.

Nothing couldn’t be better unless you were all here with us.

“Let’s get together and feel alright.”

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2 Comments

  1. how about Toots & The Maytals, the Kingston Trio, Black Uhuru… ?

  2. Phyllis says:

    Hi Bob & Deb – you’re such a nut Bob! Great to hear you are having a great time. I’d like to do that for one of these holidays – I think we’ll be in Virginia Beach for Easter though. Anyway – getting ready for the Baby Shower here. Had Turker lurkey on Saturday and left me lots of time to prepare for the shower. Jen & Kat are helping me pull it off – but everything is ready ‘cept the sandwiches & angelled eggs (in my house that is what they are called).
    See you – have fun and safe travelling!
    Phyllis