Travel Blogs from Jamaica

Sort by Newest Best first

Crazy Taxi, Milk River, Jamaica travel blog

Crazy Taxi

A travel blog entry by bobbie7781

3

Last weekend Me, Joe, and Jess went down to the south coast for a triple birthday party. We decided to wait for Joe and leave MoBay together, so we ended up leaving town around 5pm. This was probably the first mistake that we made, considering it's a ...

Romance in the Islands, Negril, Jamaica travel blog

Romance in the Islands

A travel blog entry by dragon762

5

... Skippy performed as Whitney Huston and we did not know it was him until he pulled of his wig at the end of his act. Tamica sang, and she was by far the best singer. The audience called her back for an encore. Another beautiful day in ...

Aug 07, 2012, Montego Bay, Jamaica travel blog

Aug 07, 2012

A travel blog entry by madhippy

4

New York, New York, New York, United States travel blog

New York, New York

A travel blog entry by plantlegend

30

Good Morning New York City….we wake up early take the subway into Manhattan with the morning commuters. Sorry we are slow and do not work the system as fast as most of you, at one point I just moved over and let them by. They have somewhere to be, ...

Day 2 February 15, 2013, Rio Bueno, Jamaica travel blog

Day 2 February 15, 2013

A travel blog entry by roamed

2

We got up late. Yesterday we were up 20 hours. Last night there was a bird that sounded just like a fire dedector when the battery runs out. So annoying. Thank God I brought the sound machine.We got to breakfast after 10:30 so breakfast was over but a ...

Underneath the Mango Tree, Montego Bay, Jamaica travel blog

Underneath the Mango Tree

A travel blog entry by njbeaglemom

16

Since our lazy days aren't conducive to blog writing and I didn’t want to just post "today we sat on a lounge chair all day and read," I thought I would give you a little history of the things in the environs of Montego Bay that we saw, even if it ...

A Day of Eating, At Sea, Jamaica travel blog

A Day of Eating

A travel blog entry by globetrotters

44

I think reality had kicked in by this time. The previous day was our final island visit and we were on our way back to Florida. With just two more days left, we had nothing else to do except ... EAT!  We started the day at the lovely brunch, the ...

Our Final Day at Sea, At Sea, Jamaica travel blog

Our Final Day at Sea

A travel blog entry by globetrotters

9

No sadder day have the Globetrotters seen than this -- the last day of our 14-day Caribbean cruise. We had such a fantastic time. The food was fantastic, the staff was superb, the ports were ... hmmm, I need a “P” word ... oh, perfect, the ...

day three, Kingston, Jamaica travel blog

day three

A travel blog entry by lady_d

10

Woke up early early once again to be bused to Jerusalem and to finish our warehouse project and chill with the kids again. I realize at this point I have not spent nearly enough time describing 'the bus', our raggity but somehow reliable mode of ...

Where nothing much happens, Negril, Jamaica travel blog

Where nothing much happens

A travel blog entry by danp

6

... to amble around them, but all we can see and hear are croaking sounds and the yelling of undetermined bird species.   Jamaica is home to 324 birds, of which 28 are native. When saying Jamaica, birds are probably not the first thing that comes ...

Negril, Negril, Jamaica travel blog

Negril

A travel blog entry by la-vie-de-suz

Negril - Couples Resort ...

Jamaica - Boston Bay and Frenchmans Cove, Port Antonio, Jamaica travel blog

Jamaica - Boston Bay and Frenchmans Cove

A travel blog entry by shellandmatt

18

We made it Port Antonio surviving the 6 hour drive from Negril. Shell did a great job driving as I navigated our way through the towns and jungle to reach the port. We now had to try and find 'Great Huts' which is where we would spend 3 nights. Having no ...

Sunny with a high of 92, MoBay, Jamaica travel blog

Sunny with a high of 92

A travel blog entry by bobbie7781

Another sunny and hot day in Jamaica. I guess I should be used to it now, since I've been living it constantly for the past year and a half. It doesn't feel like Christmas at all, and it's so funny to see ghetto houses with Christmas lights up. Also, ...

lime key, Steer Town, Jamaica travel blog

lime key

A travel blog entry by libesa

10

so, mein mitbewohner spricht jetzt mit mir- nicht viel, aber immerhin! am wochenende waren wir zusammen auf lime key, das ist ne unbewohnte insel bei port royal. wir haben uns erst abends gegen 11 uebersetzen lassen... nachts ist lobster fangen wohl ...

The Aftermath, Georgetown, Cayman Islands travel blog

The Aftermath

A travel blog entry by sloane

2

The next day was an early start. Out of 7 vehicles in the driveway Nic's old Jeep Wrangler was the only one to start up. The rest were all cars and got flooded out pretty thoroughly. Mine had the headlights flashing in the middle of the storm and someone ...

Montego Bay - Jamaica - Yah Mon!, Montego Bay, Jamaica travel blog

Montego Bay - Jamaica - Yah Mon!

A travel blog entry by kitto1969

37

... Marketing" (the company we booked our tour from online) stenciled on it.  He greeted us in perfect english, after all, Jamaica is still a Commonwealth Country.  He led us to a 20seater van parked a short distant away. There were about 12 ...

Jamaica, Kingston, Jamaica travel blog

Jamaica

A travel blog entry by osiriscult

We flew into Kingston and drove to some little town where Kevins grandparents ...

Dunns Falls, Fern Gully and White River, Ocho Rios, Jamaica travel blog

Dunns Falls, Fern Gully and White River

A travel blog entry by gill_prior

59

... experience walking up at water fall something that I have NEVER ever done in my life and something that everyone should do if they come to Jamaica. Then we went on to Fern Gull it is what they call their rain forest and I met the Fern Gully man and had my ...

day four, Kingston, Jamaica travel blog

day four

A travel blog entry by lady_d

11

Today, we ventured to Our Father's House. Like Sophie's Place, this location was home to children with disabilities. In addition, the community had a radio station (The Roots 96.1 'Voice of the Inner City'), an internet cafe, and place to make ...

day five, Kingston, Jamaica travel blog

day five

A travel blog entry by lady_d

3

Painted a classroom PINK today. After our project was finished, we went to a Mustard Seed meeting. Every 5 years they gather to go over accomplishments and goals. It is amazing how much the organization has grown since its beginning. They now have ...

Sudden Urge to watch Cool Runnings, Ocho Rios, Jamaica travel blog

Sudden Urge to watch Cool Runnings

A travel blog entry by beckyprincess

24

Had another long day yesterday, but we were ready to take on our last adventure before the return home. Today we did a triple tour, which included a canopy tour, zipline adventure, and bobsled ride. The sloooow ride into the rain forest was quite ...

Monday 25th., Kingston, Jamaica travel blog

Monday 25th.

A travel blog entry by gregstjohn

6

... to the street and a DJ with the biggest, loudest speakers playing everything from the early sixties right through to today's latest. I love how Jamaica can turn any music into reggae and own it; Country and Western, Pop, to R&B. The place is said to ...

Montego Bay, Montego Bay, Jamaica travel blog

Montego Bay

A travel blog entry by wendy_was_here

12

Sunshine, Steel Drums, White Sand, Crystal Blue Water = Welcome to Dr. Cave's Beach, Jamaica.  I would recommend it, all the amenities and also beach police if you don't want to be approached by the locals.  I appreciated the opportunity to ...

Bob Marley Museum, Kingston, Jamaica travel blog

Bob Marley Museum

A travel blog entry by milipatel

2

On my fifth day in the Caribbean, I visited the Bob Marley Museum in Kingston, Jamaica. The museum is situated on the site of the legendary musician's home, which he purchased in 1975. This house, featuring 19th-century architecture, was Marley's home ...

Surviving the John F. Kennedy Aiport!!, Jamaica, United States travel blog

Surviving the John F. Kennedy Aiport!!

A travel blog entry by jspalmere

I arrived at the JFK airport at around 1:30 pm a very nervous college student thinking about all the possible things that could go wrong. It didn't take long for me to spot all the Quinnipiac University students who were going to also be studying abroad ...

Falmouth and Dunn's River Falls, Falmouth, Jamaica travel blog

Falmouth and Dunn's River Falls

A travel blog entry by bruinz

15

Today's port of call in Jamaica is Falmouth, a quaint port town located on the north shore of the island. After breakfast we loaded up lightly for perhaps our more adventurous excursion: a tour of the island coast and hike up famous Dunn's River Falls. ...

Montego Bay Jamaica - Martha Brae Rafting, Montego Bay, Jamaica travel blog

Montego Bay Jamaica - Martha Brae Rafting

A travel blog entry by foxiii

1
22

We sail into Montego Bay Jamaica and pull along side the pier. There are two tours to choose from, Dunn's River Falls and Martha Brae Rafting. Rob, Pete, Hardy and I and a few others choose the rafting as we thought it would be a little bit more exciting. ...

Island vibe for my birthday, Negril, Jamaica travel blog

Island vibe for my birthday

A travel blog entry by butterflyglobal

1
17

I was born and raised in Jamaica but this was my first time to Negril! It was absolutely amazing. Negril is definitely for lovers. The first unavoidable thing was the 7 miles of pristine beaches that seemed to go on forever sporting its several shades of ...

Beach, Montego Bay, Jamaica travel blog

Beach

A travel blog entry by jenk

6

Jamaica is beautiful and warm! I hope you're all doing well back in the midwest. I just wanted to share a few pictures from my trip so far. And ladies, if you ever want to feel like you're the most beautiful woman on earth, this is the place to ...

"Did you see what GOD just did to us, man?"

A travel blog entry by bobbie7781

I can't believe the news that's coming out of America! Somehow I knew that once I left you guys in charge it would all go to Hell! First you re-elect Bush! Then you let Hurricane Katrina destroy a WHOLE CITY! Then there was a plane that almost ...

Sort by Newest Best first