A Stop at Columbus Park, Jamaica
by don peterkin
Columbus Park, Jamaica
Contest Entry #003 - A Stop at Columbus Park, Jamaica
"I really enjoyed a stop at Columbus Park in St.Ann's with Don Peterkin from Ken's Dream Vacation.
He showed us a lot of things like the pimento fanner and the tally which was used for keeping the count of bunches of banana to load vessels for shipment overseas.
He even showed us how they usually recycled water back in the days with the limestone rocks. I didn't even know it was his first time to Columbus Park and he teach us so much, he has hospitality he is so professional"
Those were the words from Robin Lee, one of the guest that I escorted to the Royal Decameron
and fun hotel.
I provided her with the true authentic Jamaican experience
I provided her with excellent service from the Montego Bay airport
to their hotel.
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