Jamaica :: Anniversary Trip

Last Thursday Scott and I got away for a little vacation to celebrate our 2 year wedding anniversary.  We went to Ocho Rios, Jamiaca.  I have been to the Caribbean on a cruise a few years back but never went to Jamaica and Scott, well this was the first time out of the country, he was just excited to have a Passport!  We had such an amazing time on the island, learned about the Jamaican culture and drank lots of Jamaican rum!  We stayed at the Sandals Dunn’s River Resort which I highly recommend, it was absolutely beautiful, the people were so friendly and the food was really good!  Anyone wanting to get away for a vacation or for your honeymoon I would highly recommend one of the Sandals resorts, Scott and I are already talking about which island we want to visit next and we will definitely be staying at the Sandals.  We came home with a nice tan and lots of stories and pictures to share!  Here are just a few from our adventure.

We saw a lot of wood carvings for sale.  Of course the great Bob Marley

Enjoying the view drinking my Jamaican Smile (like a pina colada mixed with strawberry daquiri = yummyness!)

Jamaica is not known for their sunsets like Hawaii is but this was the best one we saw…not too bad.

One of the highlights of our trip was riding a Jamaican bobsled and zip lining through the rain forest.  We took what looked like a ski lift to the top of the mountain and this was the view we had all the way up.

We spent a lot of time in the pool and at the swim up bar, it was so relaxing.

On our actual Anniversary, Monday the 26th, the resort put on a buffet on the beach (perfect timing I know!), so this was our view while we ate our delicious dinner.

I ran into this problem a lot, since the weather is so humid and our hotel room was nice and cool whenever I would bring the camera outside to take a picture the lens would fog up.  That’s what happened with this picture but I still love it so I kept it.  It’s a picture on our balcony…no ocean view but a nice view of the palm trees and mountains.

*It was recommended that I not take my good camera out of the resort with me so most of the images were taken with my point and shoot camera.

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