Hibiscus Lodge Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Ocho Rios
... they took of us at the bottom of the falls.
We were running out of time in Jamaica so we hopped on a bus and headed back to the port. We figured we would check out the shops around the port before hopping on the ship. During the bus ride back, Allan realized he didn't have his Seapass card any longer. He thought it was put in one of the backpacks when we put our gear in the locker, but we couldn't find it on the bus. Well, the stress level ...
Today was amazing. We woke up and went to the buffet for breakfast . After we met as a big group and left the boat for our first excursion which is Ochos Rios .(Dunns River Falls&Maragrita vile . At 10:00am our group left to go on the bus for Dunn river falls. When we got there it was insane how high it was, and the fact that we had to climb it was scary but really exciting ! We split into groups and went with ...
Ocho Rios is a place of walls, fences, gates, trash, odors, overly-solicitous taxi drivers and tour guides and, after walking a couple of miles from the ship, impending danger. After sampling it for an hour, I retreated to the Epic where a feeling of being at home and an ease is pervasive. Was it the offer of prostitution that sent me back to the ship? Or was it the cocaine seller? It was probably a combination of them both. Either way, ...
... the van and off to a lunch stop at a place in the middle of nowhere (Luana) where they served us up a hot lunch Buffett. Back in the van we headed further south to the YS falls. Here we climbed up the walkway and could enter the falls at various spots for a refreshing dip in and around the falls. Once done here we were off to the south shore and a boat trip on the Black river which although it looks black the water when ...
... And it was like a 2 and a half hour trip to this neighborhood from the resort.
We had a Rastafarian tour guide, and this excursion was very educational. I learned that Rastafarians and myself have something in common - Vegetarianism! Well, they are actually Vegans, but still pretty cool. Their way of life also frowns upon over-indulgence of such things as alcohol, and equality for all people. Two other things I also agree with. Don't worry, I am not going to get ...