Once in a lifetime vacation in Jamaica.
Since my husband and I got married in May of 2010, we did not have a honeymoon or a vacation. So my husband Ryan and I came to a decision that we are going to take this opportunity and spend lavishes on a combo vacation. This trip was once in a lifetime vacation in Jamaica, and we were very excited, I felt like a little kid waiting for my very first candy. Ryan and I went ahead and book our vacation at Sandals, in Montego Bay, Jamaica. There was so much to do in just 14 days, I taught we would have lots of time for sight-seeing and enjoyed the package we choose, but in real time that was not the case. Once we arrived, and meet with our personal concierge to discuss our trip and it result in altering our package to fit our needs, in the outcome we lost some money while doing that. However, our favorite excursions were sailing down the lake, the waterfall, and twenty-four-hour entertainments. This was an experience that I never had before and it worth every penny.
One the day of the first excursion, Ryan and I got up early, had our breakfast and pack for a day out surrounded by Mother Nature environment. We took a bus ride about 4 hours with a group of other people that is also going on this trip. We arrived at the top of the lake and then we got our lifejacket on and went onto the bamboo raft with our guide. The water was not clean, there was some debris floating around the lake, and that because heavy rain had fallen the night before. The water was more in a darkish black with the looks of cloudiness to it and had no smell at all, but yet it looks creepy. On the brighter side, the forest is something to talk about. The trees are very old according to the guide, most of these trees are over 100 years old, pretty amazing I say. The shape of some of these trees are wonders and I even came across one with a face, it actually feels like it was looking at me, watching my move, as if it was the protector of...
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