Have you ever been on a great trip with your family and/or friends? Well, I have. I have been to the beautiful Cayman and Jamaican Islands. I went with my family and a few of my friends. We had a blast!
We started our journey on a beautiful summer evening, heading to Miami, Fl, to catch the Carnival Cruise Ship. Once we arrived, we boarded the ship and were amazed at all the amazing scenery. We got settled into our rooms and the ship begin its journey to the Cayman Islands. It took us two days to get there. Once the ship stopped at the Cayman Islands, my family and I got off and took a two our tour around the Caymans’. We had an adventurous tour guide named Buddy. He was hilarious! The tour was very exciting. I even took some great pictures at the mini pit stops that we took. Once we got to our last pit stop, Buddy took us to the town of “HELL”. We were all curious to see this town and once we got there, Buddy showed us the pit of “HELL” and told us how the town got its name. Afterwards, we boarded the ship again.
The next day we landed on the beautiful island of Jamaica! It was gorgeous. We got off the ship and went to our destination. We all decided to climb the Dunn River Waterfall. I was terrified at first because I thought it would be steep. However, when we arrived it was not bad. We climbed and had a great time! Only one of our family members got hurt, because he slipped. We were thankful for that. We also had fun sliding into the handmade water slides while going up the waterfall. At the end, we recieved a dvd of us climbing. It was great. We then took an hour tour around Jamaica and bought souvenirs. It was a great trip!
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