Negril Beach Club Hotel

Address: Negril, Jamaica | 2 star hotel
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located in Negril, is near Seven Mile Beach, Big Ship Tours and Transportation, Negril Lighthouse, and Half Moon Beach.
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Travel Blogs from Negril

Running in Jamaica Part II

A travel blog entry by marsdenfamily on Apr 22, 2015

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... kind of sailing. A girl could get used to this. This particular type of downwind sailing is called running. When we arrived in MoBay we settled in for night and did a grocery run the next day in preparation for our three night sail to Providencia Columbia. To get a better angle on Providencia we moved over to Negril about 30 nautical miles west. The coastline of Negril was flanked ...

Goodbye Jamaica!

A travel blog entry by wendy.batey on Feb 17, 2015

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... plant plot and to some limestone rocky outcrops and overhangs which they called caves. It is easy to see how the Maroons had been so successful in the guerrilla wars.

We walked back to Maroon Town and were just settling in at the bar when a bus arrived and off we went, beers in hand! This bus was rather a treat, never actually over full! Back in town we visited the big market but were unsuccessful in finding some ...

The 'wacky Baccy ' experience!!!

A travel blog entry by diana2k28 on Feb 15, 2015

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... shoes . No alcohol but we could smoke weed and buy a candle at 1 dollar to light and carry round the tomb!! respect Man!!! He is buried with his guitar a football and a ' spliff' !!! The smell of the weed in the tomb was very strong you certainly didn't need to be smoking it !!! One of the guides was so high he was climbing the trees , squealing and swinging likea monkey!! But they were all very friendly and peaceful man!! ...

Yeah Mon!

A travel blog entry by massimino on Aug 21, 2013

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In Jamaica, Courtney and I mainly staying in town and walked around the local area. One day we took a drive up the mountain to a pineapple and coffee plantation and it was interesting seeing the little villages along the way. On another day we ...

OLPC Volunteers visit Jamaica!

A travel blog entry by nsevers on Feb 01, 2012

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... have louvered windows and doors. There are plenty of tables and chairs for the students. The school compound is clean and tidy. See the garbage can there? It appears to me that materials for the Jamaican schools are easier to acquire or locate because language is not a huge issue. In Haiti the decision of what languages should be used for instruction is a major debate. Kreyol? French? Spanish? English? Certainly small new schools cannot deal with all of these. ...