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Jamaica

jamaicaaa man!

sunny 73 °F

YAYAYAY. I am excited to be going to Jamaica. I always wanted to go here i thing since the day I was born. To sit on the beautiful beach and relax and see soo many other adventagers I can do. Going sight seeing will be amazing here. Jamaica is aan island nation of Greater Antilles. It is situated in the Caribbean Sea, about 90(mi) south of Cuba. and 119(mi) west of Hispaniola, the island is harboring the nation states Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Jamaica has a population of 2.8 million people. Kingston is the countrys largest city and the capital of Jamaica. There are so many fun things to do here. The first thing we are going to do is Jungle River Tubing Safari. Which is a combined water, adrenaline and lounging in the tropical sun on the tour that has it all. With an inner tube that on seats one you are drafting thought the beauitful water, Fun fast a and a very fun. I had a blast doing it, it gives you and excitment like no other. Then we are going to The Scenic Tour Of Kingston. Jamaicas capital. We went to the Bob Marley museum, the University of the west Indies. An excited place to see and learn more about when your are visiting. Then we went to the Heitage Beach Horse Ride. Where we rode the the waves on a horse. We discovered the rich history and culture of jamaica as we rode on the horse though the wooded areas the Taina Indians used to hunt for food. Stopp off at eh beach where they served us refreshments in the shade of the beach hunt. Then we headed into the crystal clear waterfall a refreshing swim. it was an awesome time. Then as the day was ending we went to see the sunset,The Negril Sunset Tour. We headed to Jamaica west coast for an historical tour of Negrill. Wee saw this beautiful ,sleepy town. There we relax and saw the beautiful sunset.. This was my favorite trip. The per capita of jamaica is 8,400 in 2010

Posted by agaskin105 17:15 Archived in Jamaica

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