One of the last working sugar mills in the Caribbean. This was part of a guided travel tour, before moving on to Cherry Tree Hill.
I wasn't sure whether to laugh or cry at this monument. Though it was good to acknowledge the historical element, it was also sad to realise the immense suffering that had gone on before due...
It was interesting to view this piece of history. There isn't much to see or do at the site other than to get some great shots of the mill and read the history of the place. This is a quick stop off point on the way to Cherry Hill lookout.
The mill used to be open to go inside and walk through. You could really feel the energy and sprits of days gone by when sugar plantations were the main economic driver. Now it's all locked up, but you can walk around the outside.