It's summer 2016 & it has been a fine one so far! I had been hearing about Konoko Falls for awhile & so when my alumnae association decided to host our annual fellowship there I was more than elated! We set off early to Ocho Rios because our time at the falls would be limited. We had … Continue reading Konoko Falls
When my friend Francine told me that she wanted to climb Dunn's River Falls for her birthday I could not resist this unique way of celebrating her birthday. The week leading up to it we were a bit worried because our friend who was driving wouldn't be able to make the trip but we decided to … Continue reading The vibes can’t Dunn!
On February 6, I tagged along with my friends to the North Coast for site visits at two hotels. A quick day trip turned into a love affair with both properties we visited & my beautiful country so I decided to blog about my experience. Our first stop was Moon Palace Jamaica Grande in Ocho Rios. … Continue reading Road Trips & Site Visits
My first trek for 2016, took me to the quaint town of Silent Hill in the parish of Clarendon. A quiet farming district, it is one of the more unique districts in Jamaica. It is located close to the border of four parishes Clarendon, Manchester, St. Ann & Trelawny. Our journey to Silent Hill began in the Old … Continue reading Silent Hill, Clarendon
I have always driven pass the Columbus Park on my way to Montego Bay but never once have I stopped to explore the Historic Park. My visit to the park was an impromptu one. It was actually because of a food stop at the Jerk centre that I got the chance to see the park up … Continue reading Discovering Columbus Park, St. Ann
I went on a road trip to Manchester on Saturday, July 18, 2015 & I thought it would be the ideal day to do a day in my life feature. 6:30 AM -Woke up & spoke to my Dad on the phone 7:00 - 9:30 AM- Got dressed 10:30 AM.- Journey to Clarendon via Highway … Continue reading #DryLandTouristChronicles: A Day In My Life [Saturday, July 18, 2015]
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 … Continue reading #DryLandTouristChronicles: Living IRIE
It has been awhile since I have made any treks across my beautiful island. Of course, the Dry Land Tourist was eager to add another chapter to the travel chronicles and luckily for me, I was able to visit an oldie but good. On Saturday, May 17, 2014, myself and members of my Rotaract … Continue reading #DryLandTouristChronicles: Appleton Rum Tour