The Road To Whitehouse
by Tina K
Contest Entry #005 - The Road To Whitehouse
I love to go for drives in Jamaica. I am always pleasently surprised at the beauty and it never fails that I find beautiful locations to photograph along the way.
This particular place I have passed so many times, time and time again on my way to Whitehouse to get some fresh fried fish and bammy
....my fav...but never had a chance to photograph.
There was always a car or two behind us and no place to stop...but finally, last trip, no cars so here is the result. When I see this little inlet, I know Whitehouse is close :-)
Every trip to Jamaica must consist of a stop or three at the little stands located just past Whitehouse.
The morning's catch is on offer and made as you order. It can be a bit overwhelming when pulling up, there is a rush to the car, food on offer, vendors asking for you to purchase their items....though that is all part of the experience...and well worth it.
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