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... to Jamaica and only staying within in the resort still baffled me. On Sunday morning the family and I went out for a walk in town. The difference from the marina ground to the town was like a twilight zone. The buildings were in need of repair, a good coat of paint would have revived them and the number of people sleeping in the streets were more than what I have seen on previous islands visited. Naturally being a Sunday the ...
... gear for the bikes. Helmets, elbow pads and knee pads. Attractive! We were also given a coffee demonstration, and told how the coffee goes from picking to roasting. The guide Vinnie showed us how they roast coffee in the mountains. Very interesting! Different to how we do it of course! We have heat guns! After all this we had to get back on the bus (eek!) for a drive up to our starting point at 5000 feet. We reached this point at 12pm. Here the bikes were waiting for ...
... overlooking Boston Bay: www.greathuts.com. It was a pristine nature oasis with breathtaking views at every turn. We stayed in the Kaya Hut with a sand floor, an open door, and mosquito netting on the beds. The public bathroom and shower had ambient, but not hot, water. We brushed our teeth in the company of bright green lizards blinking and scampering along the bamboo walls of the bath house. Hammocks hanging throughout the landscape provided us with many hours of relaxation. ...
... by its people.
The Blue mountains span an area of approximately 44 miles and spreads across 4 parishes.
There was 150 years of Spanish reign before the great wars between the Spanish and the English. Following the English victory there was 300 years of British rule before Jamaican independence.
On route Cleeve showed us the Fire Station in Port Maria that yes you guessed it ‘burnt down’ some years ago! I have forgotten the story now but it ...
... lovely private homes surrounded by beautiful grounds which were pinned to the ledge and afford magnificent views of the shores of San San. This does not look like the road you would take to get to a hotel and we all wondered aloud if we have taken the wrong route.
Indeed, if you don't know where you're going (and sometimes even if you do), you may drive right past the 20' wooden gates which are operated electronically by a security guard within the resort.
Other places to stay in Port Antonio
P.O. Box 277, Port Antonio | 4 star hotelfrom $155
Mockingbird Hill, Port Antonio | 3 star hotelfrom $241
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- Beautiful Setting, Extraordinary Food, Gracious Hosts
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San San Po Box 7312 Drapers, Port Antonio | 5 star hotelfrom $460
Ross Craig, Port Antonio | Hotelfrom $90
Mile Gully Road, Port Antonio | 3 star hotelfrom $60
105 Crystal Dr, Port Antonio | Hotelfrom $73
21 Fort George Street, Port Antonio | Hotelfrom $40
San San, Port Antonio | Hotelfrom $595
Port Antonio | Hotelfrom $168