Jamaica keeps me coming back
by Sheila J
(Sacramento, California, USA)
Bicycle Riding in Jamaica
There is just something about Jamaica that makes me keep coming back.
I started my adventure in 2007 at Hedonism, came back a month later for Sumfest
n have been back every year!
I have tried the food
I never thought I would, yes I have indulged in a akee n saltfish
to bread fruit
, yep bought peanuts and crawfish off the side of the road.
I have journeyed to Kingston
, Ochi rios
, Port Antonio
and Montego Bay
I usually stay n Negril where I have rented a house n cottages at Greenleaf, stayed at hotels.
This year I ventured outside of Negril and did the 3 day bike ride with Jennifer "storm" Hilton on "The Reggae Ride".
It was awesome we started n Negril to Montego bay to 0chi to Port Antonio. It is a great way to see Jamaica at your own pace on your bike with great support, Jamaican people
I have ventured through Jamaica on my bike, car, bus, motorcycle and boat.
I have truly enjoyed my time, no time is ever the same as the last time.
I am ending my 2013 in Jamaica and look forward to the great adventure that awaits me!Wellesley's Note
Thanks for the lovely feedback Shiela!
The photos are also very captivating. I am pretty sure someone is envying you right now :-).
That bicycle photo appears to be somewhere in Mary or Portland - Am I right?
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A patriotic Jamaican who adores his culture, Wellesley has been using this medium to share what he calls 'the uniqueness of Jamaica with the world' since April 2007.
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