Congratulations!! And thanks again to everyone who entered. I hope you enjoyed my Veil of Pearls pre-release party as much as I enjoyed reading all your comments!
Well, as some of you know, hubby and I went to Jamaica the first week of July to celebrate our 20th wedding anniversary! We had a wonderful time! This was my first trip to the Caribbean (I know.. crazy since I write books about it!) and it was everything I hoped it would be. The weather, the beaches, the color of the water, the plants and trees... ah.. I was in paradise! We stayed at Sandals Royal Caribbean in Montego Bay, an all-inclusive resort. If you ever go to a resort, all-inclusive is the way to go! That means all your food, drinks, room, and onsite activities are all included in the price. So, no worries about paying for anything else! Of course if you want to take any tours, that is extra. Hubby and I took 3 tours.
Hiking to Dunn's River Falls
Swimming with the Dolphins
Ziplining through the canopy!
All three I highly recommend if you ever get over that way! Here's some pictures to enjoy.
|This is one of the rooms at the resort that walks right out onto the pool!|
|Here's the view from our room. We were literally steps from the water!|
|This is the front porch of our room.. and my hubby reading!|
|Beach Beds at the resort! See the storm coming in?|
|Have you ever seen water so turquoise? That building is a Thai Restaurant on a little island off shore.|
|Wherever I go, I always manage to find a pirate to hang out with!|
|Hubby and I hiking THROUGH Dunn's River Falls. They make you hike in the water!|
|I was afraid of getting swept away!!|
|Now, this is more like it!! Making friends with the Dolphins!|
|Maybe a little too friendly!|
|This was so much fun!|
|Believe it or not, the Dolphins are pushing me up and through the water with their noses!|
|Here's hubby !!|
|Look at me!! 300 feet above ground speeding through a tropical canopy!!|
|Hubby was enjoying himself too!|
|Back to our little haven.. our room is the one on the bottom right. The yellow flag means swim at your own risk!|
|The ocean in front of our room!|