Chit Chat with the Beach Bottom Girls Boss

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.

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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 ( & 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