Friday, April 12, 2013

Jamaica {Honeymoon Recap 2}

On Tuesday of our honeymoon we started the day off breakfast per usual then we loaded a bus to Dunn River Falls, a very popular tourist spot in Ocho Rios.

I actually wore my chacos that I hadn't worn in a few years!

We opted to walk up the walking path instead of the falls themselves.

We stayed dry and it was packed with people!

Per usual, I was snapping pics of the flowers

See, told you. Packed!

On our way back to the resort I snapped this picture. True Charlotte picture, right?

We got back from lunch and pigged out as usual.

Enjoyed our view.

And this view of the swim-up bar.

Wednesday we started with a couples massage because it was quite rainy in the morning. 

Pure heaven. Even Tyler enjoyed it.

The rain was a-comin'!


He was having a ball!

New rings!

So pretty!

My new friend Ann from Ohio!

Bob Marlee shot. THE most disgusting shot I've EVER had!

The parrots weren't too friendly!

Fudge sickle = amazing!

Compari and red wine.. Something the Jamaicans drink.. 

Check back tomorrow for our final two days!


Amanda aka Manda said...

Love these pictures too! I love when people post the silly pictures of themselves too! Shows they don't take themselves too seriously.

Ashley said...

These pictures are making me so excited to go to the Dominican Republic this summer! I was in Jamaica in 2002 and climbed the falls and remember it being SO packed with people. You were smart to just do he walking path! Looks like you had a fabulous honeymoon!!

Katie said...

Ah so fun! The pictures of the falls still bring back bad memories---I went up them as a kid and it was probably one of the most terrifying things I have ever done! Good choice with the walking path :)

Megan said...

That picture of Tyler double fisting is HILARIOUS!! Ahh, I cant wait to see more pics!

Lindsey said...

Love all of your pictures!! It looks like you all got to do a ton of awesome things, and congrats on being a Mrs!!!

Suzanne said...

My goodness, so fun!! It looks like a beautiful place!