Emerald Hotel

Address: Westland Mountain Rod, Falmouth, Jamaica | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Westland Mountain Rod, Falmouth.
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Travel Blogs from Falmouth

Running in Jamaica Part II

A travel blog entry by marsdenfamily on Apr 22, 2015

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... disappoint. We were able to fly our spinnaker all the way to Montego Bay or known as MoBay by the locals. We have been fortunate to be able to sail downwind on the entire north side of Jamaica. The boat moves in harmony with the wind and waves. There is no slapping of the waves under our hulls and the ride is glorious with 1-3 foot seas and 15-20 knots of wind. Thus far, it has been ...

Jamaica, Mon!

A travel blog entry by haylowey on May 07, 2014

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... we could. Owen took Hayley to the stern of the ship, simply to look. To our pleasant surprise, there was a shuffleboard court awaiting two players. Owen won 15-0. And no, that is not the score of the game. That is the score of the series. Hayley’s excuse: he’s American; he’s played it before. Upon our return to stateroom 10702, we discovered a white elephant on our bed.  P.S. ...


A travel blog entry by nls721 on Feb 19, 2014

... animal exhibits. We had an iguana and went into a bird aviary where the birds landed on us. Afterwards we came back to the port area and did some shopping, mike got a harley pin and we got jerk seasoning. Had dinner at Jade and Windjammer. After dinner went to the evening show which was an illusionist. Gambled and mike lost $95 at Texas Hold Em, we came out $8 ahead on ...

Day 42: Yeah Mon Jamaica!

A travel blog entry by c.gowans83 on Oct 23, 2013

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Jamaica, Jamaica I'm so excited for Jamaica!
We booked the Bob Sled and Dunn Falls. And so did Rebecca and Mike (USA Couple). First it was the falls. The water was freezing but once you were completely wet you got used to it. As a group, we had to hold hands to help each other up. There were so many groups and it was very rushed but loads of fun!!! We bought the DVD of the climb so I hope it's good.

There ended up being a thunder storm so we were unable to ...

Fourth day

A travel blog entry by janicep on Oct 02, 2013

Falmouth Jamaica Here we took a tour to Dunn's River Falls and the Green Grotto Caves. Afterwards, with what little energy we had left we browsed the market for a bit, had a Jamaican patty, and then headed back to the boat for another nap. Dinner was hot garlic soup, caprese salad, Marsala chicken, and tiramisu, which, as usual, were all fantastic (even though the added coffee of the tiramisu seemed to keep me up half the ...