April 2011 - First Trip to Jamaica.
by Elizabeth Miller
(Grass Valley, CA)
Mayfield Falls River
Photo Contest Entry #62 - April 2011 - First Trip to Jamaica
My son gave me a trip to Jamaica for my birthday. We stayed in a Villa in Negril.
This picture is the Mayfield River at Mayfield Falls in the mountains east of Negril. I went on the tour 'in 'the river, not 'on' the river.
There were mineral springs to sit in and the 'jungle' hike to the river was beautiful. There's food and entertainment, also camping. I fell in love with the river!
Be sure and tip your guide as they get no salary. I've since visited Jamaica twice. I stayed in a village in the mountains and got to know the 'real' Jamaica and its people.
I fell in love with the children. Jamaica gets into your heart and never leaves.
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