Idlers' Rest Beach Hotel

Black River P.O., St Elizabeth, Jamaica | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Black River P.O., St Elizabeth.
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    Travel Blogs from St Elizabeth

    If I Settle On the Far Side of the Sea

    A travel blog entry by lindsay.papsin on May 21, 2014

    1 photo

    ... was right beneath my feet, and this realization suddenly brought an incredible calm over me.

    We PVIs had three months from our departure from our island (even less time now) and I could easily be nominated as President of the Freak Out Club. There’s so-much-left, way-more-left, too-much-stuff-left to do. I really want to go on this trip with the kids. I really want to study this other artist in art class with my students. I really want to ...

    Work Blog Month 2

    A travel blog entry by joemartin on Apr 10, 2013


    Work Blog Month 2
    This
    month blog covers between 07/03/13 – 07/04/13
    This month I have had a wide variety of tasks to carry out within the Road & Works Department. I have continued to work on the local library design including developing the drainage design and landscaping ideas. Through progressing with the drainage design I have continually liaised with my colleagues to both teach them the guides and practices I use in the UK ...

    Work Blog Month 1

    A travel blog entry by joemartin on Mar 07, 2013

    16 photos

    Month 1 Work blog

    Before I go into my work to date I'll give you a brief description of where I am living and my place of work. I am based in a small town on the southern coast of Jamaica named Black River. Black River has approximately 4000 inhabitants and was once a thriving sugar port.

    Black River does attract tourists with it's wild Crocodiles and the safari's up the river but tourists do not typically stay and the town does not benefit from the tourist trade as ...

    Jamaica Day and Negril

    A travel blog entry by simoneastwell on Feb 27, 2013

    ... the tools to break into my room. He discovered that the lock was broken on the inside, but luckily I wasn't to blame. We headed back to the rasta restaurant for lunch and had an dven better meal than the day before. We then got a taxi to Savanna-la-mer with a mental taxi driver called Simon, before taking a very uncomfortable bus ride back to Mandeville, but these are some of the things you have to get used to living in ...

    Jamaican living part 1

    A travel blog entry by joemartin on Feb 07, 2013

    25 photos

    Blog Installment 1 (07/02/13 ~
    16/02/13)


    Welcome to the first instalment of my
    travel (and work) blog.

    I figure that the most logical way to
    start this is to start with my itinerary for the next 8 months.

    • 7th February - 12th June = Jamaica (Volunteer work)
    • 12th June - 27th August – Bamba Bus down through ...