Rasta moves to create river resort

August 15, 2018
Rohan Chambers has vision of turning this spot at Cane River into an attraction.
Rohan Chambers has vision of turning this spot at Cane River into an attraction.
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Rohan Chambers has created a pool in a section of the Cane River near Bull Bay in St Andrew. The Rastafarian used stones to dam a section of

the river, making it more than welcoming for persons looking for a an enticing body of water in which to splash.

Chambers told The STAR that the creation of the pool is one aspect of his vision to creating a sough-after recreational spot by the riverside. He plans to call it Triple R the Rasta, River Resort.

"As a Rastaman, mi know a little thing about spiritual healing wid water and me always really need a space," he said.

Chambers' pool is located a stone's throw from the more popular Cane River Falls.

"Wah really gave mi this bright idea to do this project is when mi and mi cousin a walk a scout the river and we buck up here so," he said.

Since creating the pool, which is filled with sparking turquoise river water, Chambers has welcomed scores of persons who pay him $100 each for an opportunity to splash.

"People like scenic places, enuh, so the rocks right now in the pool make a good place for picture taking," he said.

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