Caribbean Isle Hotel

Address: St. Ann, Runaway Bay, Jamaica | Hotel
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This hotel, located on St. Ann, Runaway Bay, is near Green Grotto Caves, Fort Charles, Fort Walker, and Fort Morgan.
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Travel Blogs from Runaway Bay

Courtney and John Henry's wedding

A travel blog entry by hduncan on Jun 12, 2014

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... bar after dancing.

The next morning the girls learned we were going to Blue Hole - a cliff jumping site similar to Dunes River Falls, but not nearly as touristy. In fact many locals have only heard how wonderful it is, and were angry we had found out about their secret. We hopped in another bus with Tia, Ryan, Lindsay and Andy and rode about an hour. The last 10 minutes was all dirt road and I think we were all ...

Another lazy day in paradise!

A travel blog entry by beenie1983 on Apr 18, 2013

... out I lazed on the beach for an hour before meeting Sven in the lobby. We browsed the Internet and chatted with family for a while and then decided to go for an early lunch in the beach bar. We had very early dinner reservations so we went for lunch at 12. After lunch we went back to the room to change for the pool and went for a swim and ...

Wedding of Marc and Mel Whalen

A travel blog entry by frostyrunner on Mar 06, 2013

... it was time to go to the wedding. The bride was beautiful and the groom handsome! After no sun really since arriving, the skies opened and the sun shone for the ceremony out in the gazebo by the stunning waters. As a result many of us got our first good sun burn as we weren't quite covered in sunscreen and that hour of unexpected sun did some burning. It is deceptive ...

Kaleb's 6th Birthday

A travel blog entry by mcfarlne on Aug 12, 2011

3 comments, 20 photos

... Aunt joyce had brought little Jessica with her who was 3 year old and every bit Jamaican. The kids struggled to understand her initially, so did we but she was so entertaining and spoke like an adult lol.

Typical Jamaican phrases she came out with during the afternoon which had us adults in stitches:
“Wha you a pull me up sa fa Aunt Jice”
“Fill it to de tap na Aunt Jice”
“No, him guan laf afta ...

Sex and Streets on Jamaica

A travel blog entry by on Aug 17, 2010

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... river to see crocodiles and pelicans. But it is way too early for such entertainment so I spontaneously change my plans and decide to see another local attraction. I catch a route taxi bound inland. I want to see the famous Bamboo Avenue and am not interested in getting senselessly drunk in the Appleton Rum Factory, which many other tourists consider their holiday highlight.

Straight away my gaze falls on the bright, new edition of a King James Bible stashed in the ...

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