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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Goodbye Jamaica

A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Dec 09, 2014

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... strips we may have been unimpressed and disappointed. To really experience a country put yourself outside your comfort zone, head off the beaten track, utilise local transport in vans built for 10 and share with 15 or 20 locals and eat the local food. Enjoy the amazing natural environment and share your experience with passionate ...

We've gotten about as laid back as you can get !

A travel blog entry by dean2650 on Sep 30, 2014

3 comments, 7 photos

... no sunscreen and now they are red raw. It's funny to watch. Fletch and Brodie have found 2 american boys and have been playing with them. Tomorrow we head off to LA and it's going to be another big travelling day. I think we will get to the hotel at around 3am Jamaican time so we are going to be stuffed, then we need to get up early and spend the whole day at Disneyland. After 6 days of lounging around, our batteries are recharged and we'll be ready for ...

Jamaica, Mon!

A travel blog entry by haylowey on May 07, 2014

12 photos

Knowing we had a full day in Jamaica ahead, we booked ourselves in for an early morning fitness class (Flywheel). The class certainly surprised both of us. For those who don't know what it is (we didn’t before we started), it is an indoor cycle class with a difference. The bikes require cleats and bike shoes, and it is extremely competitive. It is measured by power, rather than distance. They call the ...

Bobsled Jamaica and Dunns River Falls

A travel blog entry by txladyjan on Apr 02, 2014

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... at Mystic Mountain where we would ride the Jamaican Bobsled. We took a 15 min chair lift ride to the top of the mountain, about 700 ft., through a lush tropical forest canopy. Had a brief shower get us wet on the way up but dried quickly in the warm temperatures. At the top we found shops, restaurants, and an outdoor market. First stop - the bobsled. Dave and Sherry were hooked together and went first. Bill and I followed. ...

Wednesday (I think!)

A travel blog entry by kstrawn on Mar 05, 2014

... the way. We actually went to three different caves. In the first one, we had to walk down 65 steps to the lake inside the cave. It was about as large as a stock tank. The guide had us scared about snakes only to find out that no poisonous snakes live on the island. Harder than going down was the going back up. We exited that care and entered one all "The Wishing Well." We saw another lake in this cave but it was much further down. The guide threw a hefty rock down into the hole and it ...