S: By Kaitlyn Alme and Shivani Guduru p.5
FC: Jamaica | Blue Lagoon Beach
1: The blue lagoon is a natural lagoon that is located in Jamaica, roughly 7 miles away from Port Antonio.
2: The most intriguing feature that the Blue Lagoon is famous for, is its magical blue color which changes throughout the day, depending on the angle of the sun. If you were to spend a day at the Blue Lagoon, you'd see its waters change from turquoise to sapphire to deep blue. When you go swimming in the blue lagoon, you'll experience streams of warm water that come from the Caribbean Sea and refreshing jets of icy fresh water from the underground streams.
3: Let the Journey Begin
4: "To travel is to live." - Hans Christian Andersen | Another Day In Paradise
5: Legend states that the blue lagoon is bottomless and there is an evil dragon who lives in the depths of the water.
7: Jamaica | Jamaica was discovered in 1494 by Christopher Columbus. Jamaica is the third largest island in the Caribbean.
8: "Laughter is an instant vacation." | The Arawak and Taino are the indigenous people of Jamaica.
10: explore | Jamaica's main money-maker are its beaches which are a big tourist attraction. Many people go on vacation to Jamaica because of its natural beauty and resources.
11: Jamaica is an island surrounded by water. It gets its resources, such as food and minerals, from the water it is surrounded by.
12: "Our memories of the ocean will linger on, long after our footprints in the sand are gone."
13: The Blue Lagoon was given its name because of the movie ""Blue Lagoon that was filmed at the famous Jamaican Beach. Jamaicans changed the name of their beach because they were proud of the fame.. Knowing this, you can tell that Jamaicans are proud people and take pride in the beauty of their country.
15: The beaches of Jamaica are a big part of their culture. It provides them their food, their sources, and it is their tourist attraction. Also, the beaches, such as the Blue Lagoon, imply that Jamaica has a hot climate. Because of their climate, Jamaicans tend to wear little clothing, implying that they are comfortable in their skin. Also. Jamaica went through the trouble of changing the name of their most beautiful beach to bring them more fame. This action tells you another cultural feature of the Jamaican people: they are proud people.