Doctor’s Cave Beach Montego Bay, St. James This is a MUST STOP on any trip to MoBay. Things to know: There is a fee to enter There are also fees associated with beach chairs and umbrellas (we suggest you bring your own beach mat and take a large umbrella to stick in the sand)…
Cross Roads Kingston This mural was painted on the side of a building, which has now been repainted and turned into a shopping mall. However, information on the artist can be obtained by clicking the links above. So excited about finding this mural and the artist behind it, may even do a blog…
We discovered this artist’s work shortly after his death and have fallen in love with his work. Take a look at the link above and buy his work if you can. It’s amazing !
A good beach day is not hard to find in Jamaica, however Summer is the time evetything really comes alive.
We stumbled upon art work by the Greek-born Charis Tsevis after we saw the piece above, His work is absolutely amazing. Some of which are inspired by Jamaican culture. Charis Tsevis
The National Gallery is one of our favourite places to visit. There are always amazing exhibits. Check out their wordpress blog for more information. CLICK HERE
Fleet Street in Downtown, Kingston was revamped completely by a few artistes who formed Paint Jamaica and started transforming communities. Check out their Facebook page HERE
This one word sums up our summer so far !! Which word would you use? Taken on the way to Portland. The parish is indeed blissful.
Summer begins at the beach and that’s exactly where we decided to start ours. This was taken in Port Royal, Kingston.
On the beach, with friends…how much more perfect can a sunset get.?