Emerald Hotel

Westland Mountain Rod, Falmouth, Jamaica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Falmouth

Wednesday (I think!)

A travel blog entry by kstrawn

Our ship docked at 8:00 this morning, but we had been up awhile eager to watch the docking process. The boat was ready for us to debark, but 2000 passengers can take a long time to do anything, especially since there were only two check-out lines.

We met our tour guide on the pier. (Royal Caribbean has its own fantastic pier with shops all along it. They guarantee goods purchased there and no price gouging.) We had a small bus with 20 seats, but only 17 passengers. So David and ...

Leaving on a jet plane

A travel blog entry by bearethere

Sad to leave the beauty of the Jamaican people, the warm water on my feet, the gorgeous sunsets and the girls on this trip. Also, J our fearless leader. He kept us in check and made it fun. I don't want to go back to a Canadian winter. Not quite yet. ...

So, I had a butler...

A travel blog entry by bearethere


Great room. Nice hotel. Not my style as I don't feel comfortable with a butler assigned to me but I made the most of it. The room had a bar and a jacuzzi which I didn't use with the jets but did take advantage of to soak my feet.
I could have asked Michael to unpack my clothes, iron my dress, make me a drink but that is so not my style. ...

Cruise Falmouth - Jamacia

A travel blog entry by jas20j



Jan went for a walk around the jogging track on deck 5 while Allan had a morning pool session in the large Aqua Pool with the PADI team. It was great to see up close the workings of this pool including a split moving floor, fountains, trampolines, high diving-boards and underwater equipment used in the Aqua Shows.

After an early lunch we headed off the ship to have a look around the island of Jamaica.
Jamaica was a colony of ...

Day 42: Yeah Mon Jamaica!

A travel blog entry by c.gowans83


... chair lift up the hill. Instead the bus driver drove us up to the top, where we sat in a bob sled which was on a metal track and at full speed rushed down the hill through the trees. We laughed and gigged all the way. The storm seemed to pass so they allowed us to take the chair lift down the hill through the trees. It was pretty and we even saw two mongoose.

We had dinner with Sandra and David (Canadian Couple), filling them in about our day with Bec & ...


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