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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Falmouth Jamaica

A travel blog entry by tb1954 on Oct 14, 2015

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Great day. Met up with Patty and her family. She was travelling with her husband Scott, sister in law and niece. We met our driver from "Know Jamaica", whom Patty knew very well. A young educated man who works for his mothers tourist company and he calls his mum "boss"! He picked us up at port Falmouth in a nice air conditioned van. I really enjoyed listening to him speak. In Jamaica he states " we have no problems, ...

Cruising the Caribbean

A travel blog entry by the_nicholsons on Aug 22, 2015

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... kind of a mix of the first two ports but the best part of this stop was snorkelling in the crystal clear waters at a local beach where we saw lots of sea urchins under rocks. We went to the supermarket just to grab some drinks and we were shocked by how cheap everything was- we walked out with 4 bottles of water, a chocolate milk and two soft drinks for about $3.00US. We also got to try some traditional Mexican food while we were there for lunch.
Personally, I didn't enjoy ...

The Truth

A travel blog entry by bullrunner on Aug 12, 2015

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... times the locals arranged a brass band salute to my accomplishments outside the room door. They were very loud. Today was a more normal day. Relaxing at the pool, riding the water slide, playing in the waves , kayaking, using the paddle boats. Now for a dinner of jerked lamb chops. But no rum drinks! I have sworn off all rum at least until we return to the ...


A travel blog entry by bullrunner on Aug 10, 2015

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Today we toured Montego Bay. We found a taxi driver and the four of us pilled in and saw parts of the city most people never see. We visited two street markets and the girls bought mango, poppies, sweat apple, star fruit, and I climbed trees for local fruit. I am too old to climb trees, ...

Jamaica, Mon!

A travel blog entry by haylowey on May 07, 2014

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... another country. You simply show your Sea Pass card. It’s amazing – far better than a passport. It’s as small as a credit card (it also serves as a credit card), and what would take you two hours in an airport takes you five minutes.  During our time in the Trelawny Parish of north-central Jamaica, we experienced its natural/authentic side by rafting down the Martha Brae River and ...