This trip was quite unplanned for me and although I know I was going to Nanny Falls, I had no idea where it was even though I am originally from Portland. It took a trip from Kingston for me to finally explore this side of the parish and I was not quite prepared for that hike to get there. Nevertheless, it was a great day.
The first photo will show a stop in Norwich at the fruits vendor then the other two shows where we raided a jerk pit meant for an event to be held later that evening in Moore Town. We were too hungry to care and most of the group were pork lovers so it was a must stop.
At the fruits vendor, Norwich Portland
That good old country pepper with the jerk pork; and how about some Ocean Spray Cranberry Juice while at it?
All that jerk goodness
After our food stop, it was time to get ready for the falls, I was chatting away and still clueless to the hike ahead. We were met at Red Hill by a tour guide, tour ranges from US$30 upwards.
Find Japanese Used Cars?
At the end of that hike, we were still cute but don’t trust those bright faces, it was tiring. People fell, some stopped to catch breath, some were way behind but in the end, we all got there in one piece.
We made it!
Then after awkward climbing and shaking, we were there, Nanny Falls. It was worth the climb. The water fall looked so calm and awesome but looks are deceiving, we were short of drowning from that pressure.
Making my way to get that fall massage
Decided it was better to dip and relax instead
Calling it quits but gracefully lol
All in all, it was a great day and I wish I documented more but it ended with us at Nanny’s grave, at the heritage site declaration and finally to experience some maroon drumming and secrets. We went back into Port Antonio at The Craft Village where we had Dinner to close the evening.
Heritage Site Declaration