DeMontevin Lodge Hotel
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We woke up at 6am to get ready for our trip. It was due to leave at 7:20 so no time for breakfast! Once we had a full beach bag with everything we might need we went to wait in the lobby. At about 7:30 the bellboy came over to ask us which trip we were going on. Port Antonio we said. He told us the bus had just phoned to say they were stuck in traffic and running late. Damn! We could of had breakfast!! After boarding the late tour bus from the hotel ...
... br> Met another friendly Rastaman (Rastas are the relaxed, peaceful people like my driver to Nine Mile) who showed me a good restaurant, I invited him for a beer and learned a bit about Rastafari. Went on to another bar and watched locals play Domino.
The weather got very bad again and I didn't do much more than hanging around. On Sunday in addition everything was closed, so went to Porty for some lunch at a restaurant called Anna Banana.
... up into one great place, then Great Huts is your dream destination.
Imagine stepping into your bamboo tree house perched on the edge of a 60 foot cliff with a perfect view of the turquoise waters and surfers below. You can see them but no one can see
you through the lush greenery of the bamboo growing from the edge of the cliffs. Imagine lying in your hot tub at night listening to crickets and parrots and the sea crashing against the rocks and ...
... feels the desire to compliment the chef, it's likely a very high mark indeed. I can tell you from my own experience that Syd was entirely correct about the fish and chips. The fish was flaky and tender and nearly melted in my mouth. Not one crumb was left behind.
Beyond the gym we were led down another path and escorted into the most fascinating room of the resort — GeeJam's music studio. Famous recording artists have laid down tracks here but you don't have to be ...
... 8221; as we progressed up hill for 2 and a half hours. Patty explained lots about the local vegetation and birds and showed us a plant called Fresh Cut. The leaves of this plant can be dried by a fire and then crushed up. This is then put into a fresh cut to seal up the wound and help it heal. We saw hummingbirds and native orchids growing in the trees. Some sections were really lush and looked like an enchanted forest. I think the proper name is Elphin woodland.