Wedding in Jamaica
Photo Contest Entry #60 - Wedding in Jamaica
On February 9th,2016 my husband and I got married at the Holiday Inn Resort in Montego Bay.
The picture is only one of many. We gathered together with friends and family for a destination wedding. The sad part about this is that my husband is a Jamaican citizen who can not leave Jamaica therefore after 1 month together in Jamaica in February I had to come back to Canada and leave my husband in Jamaica.
I would desperately love to go back to visit my family but money is not always easy. This would be a great opportunity for me and I hope I can visit Jamaica again soon.
See also: Marriage In Jamaica & Is A Jamaican Marriage Legal In The USA?
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