Jeff and I are celebrating our 30th wedding anniversary this year and decided to take a trip. We never took a honeymoon but went to the Riviera Maya in Mexico for our 21st year and thought it was about time to celebrate once again. After all, we have been married for 30 years, our youngest child graduates from college next week and is employed along with the rest of the adults in the family. We think we have a lot to celebrate. This was our view for the last six days in Montego Bay, Jamaica. No problem, mon, was what they say about everything. I’d like an extra towel, no problem, mon. Can we get extra bottles of water delivered to our room each day? No problem, mon. We literally sat and did nothing for the entire time we were there. We allowed the folks at the resort to totally take care of us.
When we arrived they greeted us with a chilled glass of campaign with a cherry in it and from that moment on we had no problems, mon.
Omar took Jeff out on the catamaran each day and taught him how to sail. No problem, mon. If you look very closely you can see a boat way out in the ocean, they went out and talked to the fisherman out there who was fishing alone and had a huge fish on the line and could not get it in. He had it attached to a marker buoy and was going back and get some help to haul in the fish. No problem, mon. Boy, how Jeff wanted to be a part of that one.
This is how I spent most of my time reading and drinking the pretty drinks that they brought to me. No problem, mon.
Every afternoon, our beach and pool side activities were interrupted by a rain shower. No problem, mon. “Dirty Bananas” and “Mudslides” can take care of any kind of disappointment a little rain might make. No problem, mon.
The sun always popped through the clouds again and back to the pool or the beach, no problem, mon.
On our last evening at dinner we were surprised with a very special dessert created just for our celebration. Thanks to the chef and the wait staff for making that last evening very special. No problem, mon.