Most Helpful Girls
I think for me, what has impressed me the most is the ability of humans to adapt and thrive in a variety of climates and environments. I just got back from Jamaica and it was such an incredible trip. I spent a lot of time on the beach but one day, we took a trip up the mountain to visit a plantation. The road up this mountain was pretty scary. Don't get me wrong, I'm no stranger to mountains but this was a bit different than I'm used to. I've never driven up a mountain with chunks of road missing, rickety bridges, and no guard rails to protect cars from falling off. Lol
But anyway, what surprised me was the amount of homes and people up there. With the road being so bad, I didn't expect to see so many people living there on the side of the cliff. I wondered how they even got the building materials up there. It was just really interesting to see and I was definitely impressed. It was great to get to talk to the locals too. I was able to learn a lot about them and how they live. Overall, great people and a great experience, I can't wait to go back. 🇯🇲
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I think the most enjoyable part about all of my adult travels was the taste of foreign food.
I loved the oysters and sashimi I tried in Australia
I also liked culture and art and landscape prestige
Which is why I enjoyed the cruise I took in New York
And the art galleries I visited in Spain
And the beautiful buildings in Australia - there was one with images of bees all over the ceiling. I also photographed a beautiful mural that was painted onto a local mall.
Most Helpful Guys
Seeing all the different perspectives people have. And marveling about just how rough some people have it. When I was in Cambodia there were families living in 8x10 grass huts along the road. Where do you go from there?