The Jamaica photo project ( page 2 )
Visit the far corners of the island, deep rural areas and cities and return safely with the pictures. submit your own photo
written by owen, Wed, 21st Oct 2015 at 8:48 am
Port Antonio, 1836. Anglican (Episcopalian). The evening sun did tun up though but it was open which is good because I got to go inside. Your church is not hard core unless it has a pipe organ. :)
written by owen, Mon, 12th Oct 2015 at 8:24 am
This is the outside section. From before day until night, into the next day this is Jamaica's 24 hour "super" market. I was originally gonna post it in the food category.
Lady selling spoons and forks
Garbage and markets go hand in hand
Melons, Cantaloupe and foreign grapes.
Early morning sun
Pepper and pears
Pepper, Cabbage and Yam
Tomato Cucumber and sweet pepper
Cherries, Lime, Garlic,Juneplum and Sorrel
Pine and Water melons
Potatos and Onions
written by owen, Mon, 21st Sep 2015 at 7:51 pm
Jewels Lagoon costs 60 USD for adults (group rate, bus load a people, call before u go) and all you can eat fast food. 10:30am to 5:30pm. There is only so much water you can take before you have to sit down and take a nap. I did this about 5 times. It is similar to Kool Runnings in Negril. Good fun for the family.
Unlimited fries and pizza
A menu without prices :o
Kiddies play area
Rent a cabana and a waiter for 50$
The red slide game me a headache - so fast!
written by owen, Wed, 16th Sep 2015 at 7:47 am
The property near the Mystic Mountain is probably the last free beach in Ocho Rios. It is only a matter of time before it gets sold off to the highest bidder. Such is life.
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written by owen, Fri, 17th Jul 2015 at 7:49 am
It was a very overcast morning and the waves were really rough on the rocky shore. I saw a small car go by with surf boards on top. I followed them. Palisadoes, Kingston
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