Pleasant View Villa

Port Antonio Jamaica, Port Antonio, Jamaica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Port Antonio

Gotta Love Fridays

A travel blog entry by brittanyp

... couple days to get the batteries charged enough, but then we should have constant
power throughout the day!! But, of course with all good news comes bad news in
Haiti. The power is now working, but the wifi is not. The wifi company has been
called, but we don’t know when we’ll get it back. So for now I am just writing
my blog entries on Word and will post them when I can! Which will hopefully be
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Delia--The Children

A travel blog entry by bcdtravelhaiti

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... in a tiny one or two room shack. The kids want so much attention--they a hug you and hold your hand. The school doesn't provide a meal because there is not money for that. Some of the kids have a stomach ache a because they haven't had a meal in a few days. A 12 year old that has a job at the a Great Commission Alliance guest house where we are staying also attends the BCD School ...

A Tale of a lost rooster

A travel blog entry by cksmith1

... darn rooster half flew up onto the counter and landed in the bucket of water. That really got him going. So he starts flapping at the windows behind the sink and making a huge amount of noise. I tried to shoo him again and he started flapping his wings at me but at this point I was more panicked then the rooster and so I made a hasty retreat (ive had several unsuccessful run ins with birds, so have learned to back off when challenged). At this point the workers out ...

The "Real" real world

A travel blog entry by jonathanmoyer

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... in the middle of the street to American music, which they love, particularly Rick Ross lol. Our English lessons contained things that most every young man wants to know in another language such as " everybody knows me, I have money, where's my money, she likes me and I'm hungry, did you leave food for me!? Lol our meals consisted of a lot of laughs and a different person praying every nite, which I found good since I found most of them didn't go to church much, ...

Great Huts Great Escape

A travel blog entry by ilombardo

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... overlooking Boston Bay: www.greathuts.com. It was a pristine nature oasis with breathtaking views at every turn. We stayed in the Kaya Hut with a sand floor, an open door, and mosquito netting on the beds. The public bathroom and shower had ambient, but not hot, water. We brushed our teeth in the company of bright green lizards blinking and scampering along the bamboo walls of the bath house. Hammocks hanging throughout the landscape provided us with many hours of relaxation. ...

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