|Jack & Junior's November 1999
Jamaica Photo Gallery
|You should also read this very interesting narrated tour from Montego Bay to Negril by Margaret Morris.|
|View of the water on the road from Negril to Montego Bay
|Entering Green Island|
|Can you guess where this is?
Click on the road sign for a closer look.
|Fishing boats in Green Island Harbour.
|View of the water near Cousin's Cove new Lucea (Capital of Hanover).|
|Entering Lucea (also known as Esher).|
|Sir Alexander Bustamante Square in Lucea.
Named after Jamaica's first elected Prime Minister.
|Midday traffic in Lucea.|
|Esso is still ESSO in Jamaica (and most everywhere else except the U.S.).|
|Yard.... as in dwelling "yard".
One of our favorite photos.
|Storage tanks holding molasses for National Rums, LTD.
There were no taps that we could get to.
|Mountains near mosquito Cove.|
|Jamaican mall in Mosquito Cove, specializing in cold drinks and beef patties.|
|Cows following rules of the road. Stay to the left! No passing when there's oncoming traffic!|
|Real Jamaican men wear briefs. Jockey has a plant here in Sandy Bay.|
|It's amazing that any of these shots came out. The road between Negril and Mobay is a mess. This picture shows the construction that will build a new highway within six months. Good luck.|
|The original road and the new "superhighway" under construction.|
|Nice neighborhood near Hopewell.|
|Narrow roads, sharp turns, and large trucks. Prepare for the ride with a couple of Red Stripes (passengers only, of course)|
|Our "postcard shot" of Montego Bay from Reading.|
|About to cross over Great River.|
|The bridge over Great River, separating St. James and Hanover.|
|Coke is to the U.S. as Ting is to Jamaica. Delicious, and made from real Jamaican grapefruit.|
|Police cruiser in Montego Bay. Don't refer to these guys as "Babylon". Ever.|