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The Beaches in Ocho Rios Jamaica
by Nicole Turner
Beach in Ocho Rios With My Children
I visited Ocho Rios, where I stayed at Mr. Browns place, near to Turtle River Park.
I went to all the beaches along the strip from that point - all the way up to Dunn's River Park!
I initially did not go into the original Dunn's River Falls, as I was on a budget with my family.
I went to little Dunn's River though, which was just as cool and great at the side of the road, where I enjoyed the gushing cool flow of the falls leading into the calm beautiful Caribbean sea waters.
I had an amazing time on a budget, free beautiful, white sand, Jamaican beaches!
This is wonderful! Great to hear Nicole!
And I love the two little pics :-)
By the way, I've been hearing much about the now famous Little Dunns River, I passed and looked over there briefly at one point, but need to revisit to get a better account, so your post is very timely.
But thanks again for the feedback, love it, and my readers appreciate it too.
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