The lonely road to Alligator Hole
Gut River, Jamaica
The lonely road to Alligator Hole Gut River Reviews
Pray that your car dont break down - then you´re for a long walk May 04, 2011
We were heading towards the Alligator Hole from Little Ochi in Alligator Pond along the coastal road which by Jamaicans is known as “a lonely road” and I have to second that.
The road to the Alligator Hole was a 30 km long drive without meeting any cars and most of the time you could almost not see anything; mainly because the trees and bushes had grown closer to each other from each side of the road and at some places even formed a very low roof over the road.
The road was in pretty good condition in the beginning but there were parts that were completely washed away by the storms and rain. Some parts I really had to stop up and read it in order to cross.
One of the worst places to cross was the bridge at Gut River that was completely damaged and washed away. I managed to get stuck on the bridge for a short while, but managed to find a way across it.
It was truly an exciting drive.
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