Dunn's Falls and Pearly Beach
she likes Jamaica too
I did a cruise with Royal Caribbean Lones on the Oasis of the Seas to Haiti,Jamaica and Cosumel, Mexico.
Stopped off at Falmouth,Jamaica and went to Ocos Rios to see Dunn's Falls
. I did not go up the falls as Walker advised me not to do so.
I saw the falls cascading down from the mountains to the sea. In the afternoon we had lunch at Pearly Beach.
My tour guide was Shawna who saw that I was a solo traveller and offered to be my attachment for the afternoon.
We had lunch open air barbecue style all you can eat at Pearley Beach.Did some wading in the sea,ate lunch and listened to live reggae music,a truly enjoyable afternoon.
This was the second time I visited Jamaica.The first time was on a cruise of the Western Caribbean.
I visited Ochos Rios on December 12,2012 to attend a beach wedding at the RIU hotel in Ochos Rios.
I attended the wedding just for the afternoon at the hotel. The cruise ship, the Nieuw Amersterdam left Ochos Rios
at 4:30 PM. Wish I could have stayed longer.
Always enjoyable travelling to Jamaica.
Can we say an island love story :-) ?
Anyway, thanks again Bill for the feedback. Glad that it finally came through bro!
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