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Our Wedding and Holiday In Jamaica was a dream come true!

by Susan Wenham
(England)

Hello, I have been to your country twice now!

Once in Montego Bay and stayed at the RUI Hotel. We went to Bob Marley's resting place and his little house up in the hills (Nine Miles) where he used to live before Bob became famous and then Bob moved to Kingston.

We also did Bob's Mansion Museum at Kingston too, What a great time had by all!

Then we have been to Ocho Rios this December, Christmas 2018 to New Year January 2019. Then we got married on the 2nd of January 2019 on Mammee Bay Beach in Ocho Rios at the RUI Hotel - which was a dream come true!

We had the wedding, both our birthdays, and Christmas and New Year - all in the holiday in Paradise!

What more could anyone want! Fantastic in a beautiful country!

We will be back! We fancy Negril next time.

I just love Jamaican people and their culture and music, bring on the reggae.


See you soon.
With love Sue and Paul x x

Wellesley's Note

Wow, wow! This is amazing Susan!

First of all, Congrats on your marriage! And for making it Jamaica, glad you took the time to share the experience with us - I absolutely love getting these stories!

And yes, those places you visited are great! For your next visit, be sure to review my list of top places to visit in Jamaica for even more exciting options - including recommendations from persons like you!

Again, thanks again for sharing, you certainly made my day!

And yes, I expect to 'see you soon' :-)

Regards,
Wellesley

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Yay Wesley. I forgot to mention we did Dunn Falls too on my hubby's birthday 29th January too why we was there amazing time ...

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