When your flight lands in Montego Bay, you will be into the busy atmosphere of the airport, which is crowded with tourists like college groups, couples, and families. A rhythm of steel drum bands welcomes you, as do hundreds of traders who try to sell almost everything to you: beer, newspapers, cold drinks, souvenirs.
They greet you in the Jamaican way: 'Yah Mon' (yes man), 'OK?' (Are you okay?), 'Whaapen' (what happened?). If you want to enjoy Montego Bay airport transfers services then you can search various online sources those are providing the best transportation services to tourists.
Finally, you find a resort representative. 'Don't worry, mon,' he said while helping you gets your luggage. Now prepare yourself, the trip to your resort will soon be a star.
The bus driver doesn't seem to care about his life, yours, or pedestrians, and if you're prone to motion sickness – you should prepare a paper bag. Oh no, he seems to be driving the wrong side of the road! 'Don't worry,' that is the tradition left by the English people here, the good reason not to rent a car in Jamaica.
Once you leave the airport park, you begin to notice the difference. The stunning Blue Mountains are certainly an amazing sight. But they are also the backdrop to striking poverty that reminds you that you are in a third world country.
Huts made of rusty metal and some unknown material occupies the sides of the road. They are home to thousands of Jamaicans, and when you drive you to see some of them doing business every day or just sitting in the shade and relaxing.