Savor.Good.Food… in Jamaica!

Vacations are seen as an antidote to work. They are medicine, a remedy for counteracting the effects of labor…. Vacations allow us to be away from the job, to change the patterns of our day, to alter our routine, to reconfigure our actions and habits, to rediscover ourselves.

Al Gini, The Importance of Being Lazy

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I spent a wonderful week in Montego Bay Jamaica with my Love… We had a wonderful time and now that we are back I thought I would share a couple of my favorite vacation photos.  We stayed at the lovely Secrets Wild Orchid all inclusive resort.  It was amazing, I highly recommend it to anyone looking to relax (and eat well!) in Jamaica!  So for today, there won’t be a lot of narrative, I’ll just let the pictures do the talking…

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Of course there was FOOD!

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island food collage

Fish and lime

beef satay

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Coffee Drink

Desserts

Fresh coconut…

Coconut

…and new to me, Bread Fruit.

Bread Fruit

Its called Coca Cola Light in Jamaica… interesting!

Coca Cola Light

In honor of the 4th of July they had a concert and parade!

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Parade

We arrived on Sunday, so we went to church… and what a beautiful church it was! ALL the way on the top of a mountain!

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Of course I had to get some local seasonings to bring back and experiment with!

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It was nice to end each day with views this beautiful…

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Can’t wait for the next vacation, but until then memory of this one remains…

Me collage

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