Day 6…..Strolling through Simpson Bay
On Monday, Dane & the rest of the gang flew back home leaving me, at that point, on my own. My iPhone fell at the border on Day 2 & the screen was shattered. It held up but gave way on Day 5.
My Kindle also died & I had no charger.
Anyhow, I woke up on Monday, after a nice night’s sleep & decided to walk to McDonald’s for lunch.
My walk gave me the opportunity to take in the beauty of Simpson Bay.
When you live on an island Summer never really ends….the days just get shorter….
At the end of August, I went on an excursion with my Rotaract Club to Irie River in St. Ann. I was super excited for the trip & I was not disappointed a bit.
A little about the Irie River….
“Irie River, formerly known as Irie Beach, is a true Jamaican Paradise and is widely known as one of our best kept secrets. It is located on a scenic section of the White River, in Ocho Rios, just 15 minutes upstream from the ocean. People come from all around the world to swim in our cool, clear waters and to relax and be amazed by our enchanted gardens.
Irie River has the atmosphere of a plantation-era bathing hole, Caribbean style. The sandy bottomed river flows gently through the park, allowing for safe swimming and visitors can bask in the sun on the grassy banks or relax in the shade provided by the lush tropical rainforest overhead.”
Continue reading “#DryLandTouristChronicles: Living IRIE”
May 29 – June 2, I was amongst the group of District 7020 Rotaractors who converged on the Cayman Islands for our District Conference. If you have been reading my blog for awhile, you would know that Rotaract is a big part of my life.