We booked a tour with Dunn's River Falls, but the bus didn't stop anywhere, other than a church, and when they asked if anyone wanted to get out and take photos of the church, no one answered. I surely wasn't going to say "yes", when there were 34 other people on the bus that didn't say anything. We also stopped for a lunch at a restaurant on the water. The food was some sort of spicy jerk chicken, beans and rice (which we've eaten much better in Mexico), and I don't even know what the other thing on my plate was, but it tasted like sweet and sour chicken, but they said it was fish. We were very hungry, so I think anything would have tasted good at this point. The Dunn's River Falls is beautiful, and they keep the park beautiful, and it's very clean, however, leaving the park is a chaos. You travel through an entire stream of hagglers, that just don't want to take "no thank you" for an answer. They want to shake your hand, they want to touch your arm when they talk, and it's like they get in your space. Just didn't feel comfortable at all leaving the park, and was glad to get back to the bus. Dunn's River Falls is one of those places where you go one time, and it's like "Okay, been there, done that."
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