Happy Birthday Jamaica Land I Love! 54 has never looked this great! By the time you read this post I should be heading to the Grand Gala celebration at the National Stadium. Today I am sharing my Jamaica Road Trip Wishlist. These are a few spots that I hope to visit before the year ends. Cane River … Continue reading My Jamaica Road Trip Wishlist
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!
Welcome to Part 2 of my Dry Land Tourist expedition to the beautiful Paradise Island in The Bahamas. Thursday, May 5th We decided to skip training & head to the Aquaventures Water Park at Atlantis but before our little adventure we had an informal lyme at Starbucks. This was my second trip to Starbucks (I went … Continue reading Paradise Found…My Week In The Bahamas (Part 2)
This is one trip I am more than grateful I had the opportunity to go on. It literally happened in less than a month and a half. I remember a few months ago I was watching some of my favourite Beauty YouTubers vlog their experience at The Atlantis & thinking how cool it would be to go … Continue reading Paradise Found…My Week In The Bahamas (Part 1)
It has been a week since I returned from my latest trip and while I was at the airport in Nassau I decided that it would be cool to share a few tips on how I survive the airport whenever I am taking a quick trip overseas, especially for shorter flights (under 2 hours). 1. Wear … Continue reading Shanny’s Airport Survival Guide
After numerous near trips, I finally made it to Lime Cay! Lime Cay, a small island off the coast of Kingston, is home of one of most beautiful beaches in all of Jamaica. Accessible only by water, Lime Cay is popular with local boat owners. The waters just off Lime Cay Beach, along with the … Continue reading #Dry Land Tourist Chronicles: Lime Cay
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. The District 7020 is composed of ten different countries … Continue reading #DryLandTouristChronicles: I Woke Up In The Cayman Islands!!!!
My latest trek took place on February 23, 2013, to the Hollywell National Park, found in the Blue and John Crow Mountains National Park. My Rotaract club hosts an annual camping trip to Hollywell dubbed "Survivor". This was the fourth staging and my second Survivor. I have to get it out there from now that … Continue reading #DryLandTouristChronicles: Hollywell National Park
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 … Continue reading #DryLandTouristChronicles: Mobay Take Duece
Last weekend was an AMAZING! I needed a little break from the hustle and bustle of city life, so I decided to spend the weekend with my friend Shani (http://sunipink.wordpress.com/) in Montego Bay! My journey started on Friday in Downtown Kingston; I decided not to opt for the Knutsford Express route because I don't think … Continue reading #DryLandTouristChronicles: They Say The Best Is From The West….