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- Tags: Clarendon (Jamaica)
"Some distance from the entrance is the so-called "water cave" an area where the water is knee high. here another opening allows sunlight to come in, and also bats."
"The Great Cave near here has been described by some as "the finest of all known Jamaican caves." One of the first authors to write about Jamaica's caves, including those in Clarendon was Sir Henry Thomas de la Beche in 1825, 1827."
"Clearing the way: Joslyn Cole (left) and Benjamin Parker clearing the road of debris is at Whitney Turn near the Clarendon-Manchester border Tuesday. Mr. Parker told the Daily News that he lost five goats in the heavy rains."
"Scouts from Campion, Wolmers, St. George, Excelsior, Kingston College and Lister Mair School for the Deaf get instructions on how they must behave inside the cave from scout master Tony Cowen. man with the beard is Father Hoe Owens who was their…
"Fun time: Basic school teacher Doreen Muir leads game session with the little ones at Puerto Seco Beach in St. Ann."