The Gap

Address: Holywell National Park, Port Antonio, Jamaica | Campground
 
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Location

This campground, located on Holywell National Park, Port Antonio, is near Navy Island and Rio Grande Attractions at Rafter's Rest.
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Travel Blogs from Port Antonio

Jammin Jamaica

A travel blog entry by raymond.regine on Jul 27, 2012

1 comment, 15 photos

... worth the visit.  Jamaicas also known for having the most churches per square kilometer in the world but equally as impressive is the number of local "jerk" spots they have. Jerk being the traditional way of spicing and preparing different meats like chicken, pork and fish. We tried a popular spot called Scotchies in Montego Bay and luckily just made it before the closed. We were there on a Sunday night but apparently it super vibey most other times ...

Great Huts Great Escape

A travel blog entry by ilombardo on Mar 26, 2012

1 comment, 51 photos

... music, playing either from the resort sound system, from a club down the road, from a taxi or bus radio, from someone's Mp3 player, or just from someone singing. Jamaica is committed to music.

On religion
It is impossible to miss the religion in Jamaican society. It seemed that every fifth building was a church and gospel music shared the airwaves with reggae.

On colors
Immediately upon arrival, you can tell that Jamaica is a relatively poor country. Most ...

A Travel Agent Review of Great Huts

A travel blog entry by ultimateislands on Feb 26, 2011

1 photo

... opened the evening with a brief description of what we were about to see and then entertained us with a couple of musical
numbers of his own. He has quite a lovely voice. He also takes the opportunity to welcome all his guests and thank them for visiting Great Huts. It was a nice touch. When the drumming and dance segment began we found it most interesting, educational and entertaining. During the show the performers took us up through the ages of Jamaican music. They ...

An Educational Tourist in the West Indies

A travel blog entry by mulqueen on Jan 02, 2011

4 photos

... in the technicalities, the lore and the statistics of cricket. But what sets them apart is their unfettered, joyous appreciation of the game in all its aspects. Never a dull moment in a West Indian cricket ground; if the game is sometimes boring, the crowd never is.

When I attended the recent Test Match against Zimbabwe in Kingston, Jamaica, I kept a daily diary of the game. Here are a few snippets:

SUNDAY MARCH 26th 2000 (DAY 3) :
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Thinking outside the box

A travel blog entry by teamclaudia on Apr 03, 2009

1 comment, 88 photos

... but then as I was planning it, I thought to take it a step further. I did not want the students to just pet animals but also to learn about animal abuse, which animals make good pets and the proper upkeep of their pets hence the name Educational Zoo. I contacted Jamaica's SPCA and Serenity Park asking them to bring some of their animals to the school and talk to the students about the above mentioned topics. They agreed and on the day ...

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