South to North


Before departing from the Kingston Area to begin the Family Reunion in Ocho Rios, my dad thought that getting a photograph of everyone who were in the Kingston area would be a good idea, so after everyone had eaten some breakfast, packed their bags and were ready to go, we all got together for the group photo.

I was hoping to do some photography whilst on the drive over, but the high grasses after the recent rains and a few other adverse conditions made that a bit impractical  :-)  I did manage to snag a photo of a vendor’s stand with some of the fruits out front during a brief stop.

One of the areas we drove through was Fern Gulley, but photographs can’t tell that story, you have to take the drive through yourself, but I took one of the curving road and the enclosing ferns to give the general idea, this spot had a nice window in the canopy above for extra light, many other sections did not, the ferns would enclose the road and create a lovely rainforest feel.

Once at the hotel, we checked in, went for lunch, then to find our rooms, We had chosen the mountain view option rather than the ocean view rooms, just to save a few dollars  :-)  This is part of the view from our room, not too bad  :-)

After some afternoon swimming (or more like wading in the pool), we were taking a walk to see the Gazebo at the ocean’s edge and I snagged a few more photos, after that it was dinner and bed :-)  Not a bad day overall.

6 responses to “South to North

  1. Not envious, not envious at all. I’m having a perfectly fine time looking at a blank wall, contemplating reading a website terms of service. Everyone knows how much better it is to read a TOS as compared with spending time on a beach.

  2. Hello Michael
    Man, what you doing back in Kingston so soon?? Great photos. Anyway, the Guyana Junior Squash Team is here competing in the Regional Tournament at the Liguanea Club and …….the Guyana Table Tennis team is here competing in the regional competition at the UWI Bowl, so here is a chance to go and make noise and support the Guyana teams. Keep in touch. Cecil

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