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One of the most relaxing feeling is observing the sunset. Probably it’s just me but watching the sunset lets me forget about everything that works my mind overtime. That little moment is like therapy for the mind. It’s a beautiful sight to see!
As most of you would already know, recently my husband and I celebrated our birthdays. We celebrated it vacation style at SeaGarden Beach Resort located in Montego Bay, Jamaica. We are both Jamaicans and from time to time we would visit different resorts/places.
Anyhow, I wanted to give a little review on the resort as well as show you guys around. So here we go.
All Inclusive Resort
Air Conditioned Rooms
Provided with blow dryer, Iron, fridge & safe
Rooms true to pictures shown online
Lovely environment/scenery (Breathtaking view on the beach …. perfect photo spot. *wink wink*)
Needs more staff (Had to wait a while at lobby to check in because there was only one person at the Desk and the tables upstairs the eating area by the beach took some time to be cleaned for the next guest)
No drink provided in fridge (Understandable considering price though)
You only get two bottles of water once (In room)
Entertainment area too close to some rooms.
Bit more attention needed for cleanliness (was given a dirty tray by staff and once a drink in a greasy cup)
The bell man is selective (He was quicker to assist foreigners than locals)
Limited options on beach bar meal menu
Would I revisit? Still thinking about it because of the beach where we spent most of our time.
PHOTOS OF THE PROPERTY
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These are my very first set of silhouette photographs.They were captured in a very authentic way while I was out dining at Danny Marine by the sea side. My aim was to photograph the sunset but I got to take a little more than just the sunset. Fortunately while doing so, this family came along and fit right into my frame perfectly! I was truly surprised and happy with the results.
Feel free to share your silhouette photographs with me below and don’t forget to follow me to witness my growth on this photography journey.