Chit Chat with the Beach Bottom Girls Boss

What is one item EVERY island girl needs in her closet?….A BATHING SUIT of course!

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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.

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#DryLandTouristChronicles: A Day on the Boardwalk [Beach]

My little brother recently came home for Christmas break & one of his few request was to go to the beach. One Sunday evening myself & 2 of my friends honored that request & took him to Boardwalk Beach.

I am not a fan of swimming at the beaches in Hellshire because there is usually too much seaweed for my liking. I usually got to Ocho Rios, Portland or St. James for a beach day but whenever I want good seafood I visit Hellshire Beach (Half Moon Bay), whenever I want to lyme I go to Fort Clarence & whenever I want to relax without a long drive I usually head to Boardwalk Beach.


It is a quaint little spot with thatch gazebos & lots of space for beach games. There is also a bar/restaurant & a DJ. It is also a nice spot for a little “Night Beach” lyme.

It is an affordable spot with an entry fee of only  $200 JMD.

 

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#DryLandTouristChronicles: Mobay Take Duece

 

Hello World!

I am a proud Jamaican! I love being an islander and I love that my island is such a big melting pot rich in culture. This love of country has been the boost I needed to get to know it even better. Like any good relationship…you can never know too much about your partner (hahahahaha).

So last weekend I found myself in the Western End of my fair isle. I drove clear across Jamaica to simply spend time with my friend & fellow blogger Shani (sunipink.wordpress.com) & support the Rotaract Club of Hanover’s Uniform Party in Lucea, Hanover! This was my first time in Lucea! *happy dance*

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#DryLandTouristChronicles: Farquharson Beach, Clarendon

A quaint fishing beach found a few minutes away from the famous Milk River Mineral Bath in Clarendon.
The road to get there is a bit rough but it is worth the drive. The beach isn’t the best for swimming because the waves are so rough but it is perfect for a barbecue with friends.The local food offering was also really delicious so you can definitely make this a great off the beaten track par.
The beach came equipped with a changing room but there was no water.
Nonetheless, a nice lyming option for the more adventurous dry land tourist.

Until next trek
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