A solemn day spent at Emancipation Park with friends before finally parting for the airport, and out of the country in 2013.
I have travelled to many places in the world, and although Jamaica really is my first home, coming back to Jamaica as a tourist and as a citizen I have felt the warm embrace of this country. Truly it is like no other country in the world. South Korea can’t […]
A peek at what some of the scenery is like… Highly recommend this journey to anyone visiting Jamaica- as long as you are fit or are in the process of getting fit.
with Rasa, our tour guide
Another Mountaineer.. at the Portland gap. Midpoint I think. You actually are travelling through different parishes as you hike to the top. I thought this was impressive.
One mountaineer on his journey
Apparently this is the hardest part of blue mountain.. it’s not true…it takes 30 minutes to hike around and around until you get to some other high point.
The mountaineers standing near Jah B’s guest house
Before we left for the hike, I saw some adorable animals- and I couldn’t let them go. After we left, the puppy secretly followed us for about 2 minutes before we finally noticed him, Rasa had to chase him back.