An adventure awaits in Jamaica if you are ready to find one. I love to travel but haven’t had much opportunity to do so until I learnt to stop making excuses. The ones I used to make were no car, no money and not enough free time. 2016 was the year that I decided to start seeing more of the world, starting with my home country.
Many blogs, vlogs and websites showed Jamaican places I’d love to visit let alone never heard of before, but few shared how to get there or how much they spent. Thus, I decided to share my adventures to remove the expense, uncertainty and guesswork about how to travel around Jamaica, filling this niche while accomplishing my own bucket list and much-suppressed dreams. Therefore, I travel blog not because I am an experienced local traveller but because I’m in the process of becoming one despite my tiny budget and tight school schedule. Expect outdoor spots! I love waterfalls, rivers, natural pools, hiking trails, botanical gardens and beaches, in that order.
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Better Yet, Choose A Post From The Travel Archives:
- Harmonious Enjoyment Garden
- The Spirit of Budo Japanese Exhibit
- Rockfort Mineral Bath
- Bob Marley Museum
- Somerset Falls
- Blue Mountain Peak
- Carib Beach
- Castleton Botanical Gardens
- Gordon Town Falls
- Lyssons Beach
Or, Check Out My 2017 Bucket List to See Where I’m Likely Headed This Year.
I’m at 7 places and counting as of July 2017.
Personal Ratings Explained
You’ll notice that I give each place some stars at the end. They range from ☆ to ☆☆☆☆☆ and the reason(s) behind them are listed in each post. Every rated place is based on my personal experience there and I take into account things such as difficulty to find, value for cost, beauty, appeal, facilities and hospitality.
- ☆☆☆☆☆- Loved the place! Would recommend, revisit and take a friend.
- ☆☆☆☆- Liked the place, would recommend and probably revisit.
- ☆☆☆- OK or meh. Worth a visit but probably only once.
- ☆☆- Disliked the place. Probably never going back.
- ☆- Hated the place, wouldn’t recommend and never going back.