After spending a few days on the most Northern part of Port Antonio, we ventured a bit south into the … Continue reading Keeping it Real on Titchfield Hill
I was engulfed in the loud, green and lively lush as the cool and calming breeze whispered a Caribbean symphony. … Continue reading On the Hills of Port Antonio
On arrival to Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston, Jamaica, I was very excited to be in the West Indies. My … Continue reading In Route to Port Antonio, Jamaica.
During the Atlantic Slave Trade, many Africans were enslaved and forced into labor as indentured workers. Many were brought to … Continue reading The Maroons of Charles Town, Jamaica
My time in Jamaica was coming to an end. My friends left to go back home and I was there … Continue reading My last day in the land of reggae
How can I discuss a Caribbean country without mentioning the beach? Carlisle Bay in Barbados is that beach that we … Continue reading Carlisle Bay, Barbados
*warning: the photos you will encounter on this post, will not be children friendly. After getting settled in Kingston, my … Continue reading This Jamaican hostel is “interesting”