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🧜🏼♀️ At the bottom of the sea,
at the bottom of the sea
if everything's wet it is way better
Those people up there plugging
under that sun, they faint
while by swimming we have a lot of fun, at the bottom of the sea 🦀🐠
Thank you @disney for this song 🎶
TripAdvisor reviews: “We went for dinner here, the place was jam packed, so make a reservation (we did). The staff was very friendly and the service was great. The meals we had was fabulous, the seafood pasta was creamy and filled with seafood, the calaloo salad was heavenly (one of my friends was vegetarian), the lobster salad was filled with lobster and the Stuffed chicken brest was tender and tasty with calaloo filling and ricotta cheese. I enjoyed my dinner the ambiance is spectacular as it hangs off a cliff, yet the grounds are a lush and private gardens (it is also a hotel). I will definetly return.”
✨thank you Karen F.!!!✨
✨30 days til Christmas✨ This is my absolute favourite time of the year but it's also my most stressful so I'm pretty sure I intentionally chose this phrase for this month as a note to self.
Today I needed to just take a moment to surface from the work I've been buried in, take a deep breath and hol a meds 🍃 ...also really need a trip to the beach ASAP 🙈
🌿"Hol' A Meds"🌿 - Jamaican phrase 🇯🇲 Meaning: Reasoning with someone; meditating on / thinking deeply about a matter (Note: Interpretations vary) ✍ Check out @jameccamotif for final design in the 2019 calendar.
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If you’re into chasing waterfalls, do it in Jamaica!
Found this cozy corner of Dunn’s River where the falls meet the Caribbean Sea. It’s essentially a local beach that many visitors miss out on because they’re climbing the falls in the opposite direction. We would’ve missed it too had it not been for our guide, Jessica♥️. I thought it was so interesting that just a couple minutes past the chaos of tourists climbing the falls, there was a beach full of locals enjoying island life.
Just wish we hadn’t spent so much time obsessing over taking photos along the falls and spent more time taking in the peacefulness of the sea. Guess that’s a lesson of some sort 😆. #chasingwaterfalls#thisisjamaica