The trip to Jamaica

I went to Jamaica in the Caribbean Sea with my husband  last weekend.

The flight from New York to Jamaica was not a bumpy flight, so we had a comfortable flight travel.

It was our first time visiting Jamaica, so we were exited talking about our trip until arriving in Montego Bay international airport in Jamaica.

 

When we arrived at the airport, I was surprised that most of the people were lanky and looked like Reggae singers. I felt that I could hear the Reggae songs around me.

 

The hotel that we stayed in was not so gorgeous, but nice and cozy.

 

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The weather was mild and it was nice breezy everyday.

Beautiful blue Caribbean Sea was at the front of our hotel, we could swim with the tropical fish.

 

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We went to the center of city the next day because we wanted to see the out side of the hotel even though we could have enjoyed just the hotel all four days.

 

The city was so crowded. There weren’t any tourists except for us, so a few people came up to us and talked to us.

 

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They said,

“Where are you from?”

“I am chef I know a good restaurant near here.”

They were a little annoying.

 

We enjoyed river rafting the next day.

The raft was made of bamboo.

 

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The river was surrounded by a lot of trees like a forest.

We enjoyed the nature of Jamaica and our guide’s information as he rowed the ship.

In the evening, we could see a beautiful sunset at the sea.

 

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We could see the shows that had Reggae songs, dancing, DJ, and any other performances after dinner in three nights.

 

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I played the cystalbowls two times in the morning.

Even though I couldn’t see the morning sun that time because the hotel faced west, the crystalbowl’s sound expanded out nicely by the calm sea wind.

 

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The blue sea of Jamaica is the best one I have seen in my life.
Even though Jamaican’s life is not so rich or convenient as far as I saw, I think that is why the nature of Jamaica is so beautiful.

I had many good experiences this time, so I hope to visit Jamaica again.

 

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