What is one item EVERY island girl needs in her closet?….A BATHING SUIT of course!
My personal collection has been growing thanks to Shawna Brown owner of the online bathing suit boutique Beach Bottom Girls. I had the pleasure of interviewing Shawna about the company.
Thinking about the Cayman Islands brings back fond memories because my trip there changed my life. Prior to the trip, travelling was always a distant dream for me; the trip made it a reality & not just a wish or a newspaper clipping in a vision box.
I wasn’t the best at vlogging (I still have a far way to go) but I had so much fun doing it.
I actually came across a forgotten SD card while cleaning which to my surprise had my “lost” Cayman Islands vlog footage. I got right on top of things & edited the footage.
To this day, my trip to Grand Cayman is still one of my best trips. I hope you enjoy the footage as much as I did the trip.
Previous Cayman Island Vlog here & #DryLandTouristChronicles: I Woke Up In The Cayman Islands!!!!
Until Next Trek,
I began the year celebrating with family in Portland.
Portland is one of my favourite parishes because of its natural beauty, elegant but laid back vibe.
I can’t believe its been a year already! I am still on high from Road March last April. Every time I remember how amazing my jump was I can’t help but smile & thanks to YouTube I can watch it over and over again.
2017 is not going to be an ordinary year for the blog and so I decided make my first post for the year a Youtube tag video.
I hope you enjoy watching it & I would love to hear some of your goals and resolutions for 2017.
I wish for you all an AMAZING & PROSPEROUS 2017!
Cheers to life!
This post is a real throwback or fling back as we Jamaicans would say. Today, I revisit my first trip to the Rose Hall Great House in Montego Bay, St. James.
When I was younger, there were numerous school trips to Rose Hall that I always missed because I just always fell ill.
I finally broke my Rose Hall virginity in 2012 on a Rotaract trip.
I finally did the Island Girl Tag!
I love discovering new & nearly new spots on the island, so you can imagine my excitement when I found Brew’d Awakenings.
Restaurant week has been a mainstay in my social calendar since its inception. The truth is no respectable Jamaican foodie could miss thisweek of gastronomic delight.
All of Jamaica’s finest restaurants & watering holes reduce their prices & open their doors to all who hope to sample a taste of what they offer.
This year’s Restaurant Week staging took place from November 11 – 19.
On September 10, 2016, my friends & I took a little road trip to Spanish Town…here is our adventure…
Until Next Trek