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Kid for a Day at YS Falls

by Cynthia Savoy
(Washington, DC)

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Contest Entry #044 Kid for a Day at YS Falls

This picture was taken in June 2011 at YS Falls. YS Falls is located on the South Coast of Jamaica and is situated on a cattle farm.

It was my first trip to the falls and I was excited to see what it would be like.

I had been to Dunns River Falls so I was pretty much expecting the same experience.

When we arrived I was surprised to find that we had to take a short ride from the entrance to the actual falls.

It was a nice scenic ride and I enjoyed the peaceful view of the fields and the cows.

Once we arrived at the falls I was stunned by what I saw. It was such a beautiful sight to behold!

Once again Jamaica had me speechless! Just when I thought I had seen it all, here was another undiscovered (by me) beauty.

YS Falls offers several activities such as, ziplining and tubing.

My friends and I did some ziplining and then we all relaxed in the pool below the falls.

The pool is fed by the water from the falls so it was a very relaxing and natural experience, no chlorine or chemicals.

To top the day off my friend decided to play around a little and take a swing into the falls, and that is when this picture was captured.

This picture is very special to me not only because it brings back fond memories of yet another trip to Jamaica but because it captures a moment of pure pleasure for a dear friend who rarely has time for himself.

This was one day that he was able to take time out for himself and just for a little while be a big kid again.

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Looks fun! but I'm to scary LOL

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Looks fun! but I'm to scary LOL

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