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Photo Essay: Port Antonio, The Hidden Beauty of Jamaica

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Navy Island and the Errol Fynn Marina, seen from the hills of Port Antonio, Jamaica
Navy Island and the Errol Fynn Marina, seen from the hills of Port Antonio, Jamaica

The place where the lush of the vegetation confronts her brightness with the blue of the Caribbean Sea…

The place where the creativity of the people is focused towards the enhancement of the natural wonders of the environment.

Before 2007, Jamaica was for me as seen from my life in France, just a word, an idea and to some extent a distant myth.I had the chance at the end of 2007, to work in Jamaica as an expatriate with an international French company extending its activities in Jamaica. I didn’t know at this time, that this 2-year contract would be the spark for a turn in my life.

During two years, I slowly but surely discovered this enchanted island and tried to understand the best as I could this passionate, intense and contrasted country. And, now I can admit it, without noticing, I little by little “literally” fell in love with this country. And still today, the years have passed but Jamaica is still with me every day…

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David is the founder & webmaster of the French-speaking website: www.planetejamaique.com

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