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A Night on a Jamaican Beach The beaches of Jamaica are a wonder to see especially when night is setting in Just picture it The sun is about to set the sky is a gorgeous shade of an exquisite mixture of orange and yellow and the stars are so faint that one could just barely make out the Little Dipper The night air is at the most comfortable temperature anyone could ever fantasize The sand too is great to feel cold yet warm To stand on the soft sand was like being an ice cube on a scorching hot day just melting away from toe to head becoming one with the versatile sand The sky is the most beautiful site that anyone could ever imagine seeing or feeling for that matter Between the colors that the sky had portrayed the faintest sight of the very first star that one can see at night or the imaginary shapes the clouds formed in the moonlight to the warm gentle evening breeze it is a wonder that anyone would ever leave the beach The water is incredible so clear that it was as if people were swimming in liquid glass and warm through and through No matter what time during the day or year anyone could swim in the water The temperature of the water is intense just as a gigantic explosion would be to everyone in about a five-mile radius As one walks down the beach he or she encounters a variety of different feelings for the nightlife on a luxurious island beach One can see tourists and local people just walking hand in hand enjoying the peaceful sounds of the water lapping against the shore Perhaps someone might even see couples picking up shells that have unique shapes to collect for various uses of their own preference The nightwalkers can see the more expensive beach hotels with their elaborate parties for their guests
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