Mandeville Hotel

4 Hotel St., Jamaica | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Jamaica

Hello hurricane season!

A travel blog entry by annie5jamaica

1

My last blog before i come home!!
I've had a fab week at work! Finally had full days at work without rain interruption or teachers walking out of classes!
Really going to miss the kids i feel like they are my babies. Krisann is my little girl who waits for me every morning and really doesn't want me to leave! I want to take her home. A …

Adopted into the Community/Most Comfortable

A travel blog entry by emanijanee

... and helped me focus on ways I can actually meet my goal.

I want to thank all of the kind men and women who were so interested in helping me to feel at home as much as possible by sending them care packages. They don't have the big and extravagant malls like we do so I can send them some cute clothes to wear.

See you on my next adventure!

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Port Antonio and Kingston

A travel blog entry by simoneastwell

... The weather was also bad on Saturday, so we went into Port Antonio for lunch at a pizza restaurant, and had a look around the market. The rest of the day was spent on the beach where we did a bit of surfing and Janick cooked some nice ital stew. The weather had picked up by Sunday so we went to nearby Reach Falls. A tour guide took us a bit of the way up the falls, navigating his way up the river by swimming, walking along and jumping off ...

Jamaican living part 1

A travel blog entry by joemartin

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... and fight strongly against any large hotel complexes as the
fear the area going the touristy route of a lot of the Northern
coastal areas.



We catch a small boat across to Pelican
Bar which is a small wooden structure built upon a sandbank out in
the ocean. The bar sits majestically against the backdrop of clear
blue skies and crystal clear water appearing to emerge from the ...

Blue Mountains

A travel blog entry by simoneastwell

... next morning to get a bus to the peak of the mountain we were on, the second tallest in Jamaica. We met a few Americans on the bus and got dropped off a bit below the top. We hiked the last bit and could see the whole of Kingston lit up by street lights miles below. Mattias and I climbed to the top of a tall telecommunications tower where we could see the sun when it rose at aboit 6.30. We then headed back ro Mount Edge where we had breakfast and got a bit more ...

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This 3 star hotel is located on 4 Hotel St., Jamaica.
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