Jamaica is jamming

All the things I’ve heard about Jamaica are to be honest, bullshit!

It’s not safe here, there, tourists are the targets, blah blah blah. I haven’t experienced any of that in Kingston or in the Blue Mountains. Many more parts of the country to see but from what I’ve seen right now, this is just like England with a little less diversity and freedom.

Beautiful scenes, beaches, blue mountains and bustling towns full of vibrance and not much violence. Chilled out rastas cooking you up some pastas.

Don’t believe everything you read, not many people bleed.

Struggling, hustling & bustling.

Lost in back time

Cuba’s WiFii connections have left me out of a lot of posting on here, them having only a few WiFi parks where all the tourists and locals gather to use one connection all at once never did work great for me.

I will post everything in a random thought order, I’m a organised soul with a messy heart. I like things to be as free, beautiful, Honest and full of glee, that’s how my blog shall be.

Mi Casa is es suCasa

Casa’s in Cuba are definitely the way forward. Their home is your home for your stay, some may not speak a lot of English but the love and respect for using their casa’s is definitely there. Rather than staying in a resort full of local people who are more wealthy and have everything, you get to stay within the local less fortunate people in Cuba and help them make a living and fund for their things, and big families.

This was you’re getting my the best from your money right In the middle of the beauty of Cuba, the people I have met have truly inspired me. I have so much at home, a bed, hot shower, clean drinking water, clothes and the Cuban people need to work very hard for all of that. Definitely made me realise the time worth of that and I hope I can portray that to others.

Cubans spirits, mentality, love of life, familia and friends is lovely to see in first hand, I don’t think they realise what they have in their communities, they may have very little and some dirty rubbish in streets, mainly just in Havana but that doesn’t mean anything when they have each others backs like they do.

I look forward to seeing even more parts of Cuba and how they compare!