Pleasant View Villa

Address: Port Antonio Jamaica, Port Antonio, Jamaica | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Port Antonio Jamaica, Port Antonio.
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Travel Blogs from Port Antonio

All We Need is LOVE

A travel blog entry by gini.verbesselt on Feb 23, 2015

2 comments, 1 photo

... Adams" as I called Dr James and myself, pulled out the laughter and smiles and helped him overcome a fear. I told the man "you have hyper tension when you see doctor- I have hyper tension driving in Haiti!" He laughed. I told him to "inspire eh puis expire" breathe in and then exhale- when he sees the blood pressure sleeve come out of the drawer. I saw the look of absolute panic in his face so I reached over to him- held both of his hands, and began ...

Eradicate "NIMBY"

A travel blog entry by gini.verbesselt on Feb 20, 2015

8 photos

... hopefully put the sights, smells, and sounds of this country and the extreme poverty of its people into perspective for anyone reading this. The image is one I snapped quickly as we were driving through the city. There were people walking all over, merchants selling random assortments of "stuff", cars and motorcycles honking, a random goat or chicken or stray dog walking by- and there- in the middle of the chaos of the crowded streets it was like time stood still for ...

24 Hours of New Experiences

A travel blog entry by brittanyp on Jul 07, 2014

... we will work. I share a room with two other interns, but the room is large and we have enough space to be comfortable. The bathroom is much nicer than I expected. There is actually a toilet… A TOILET! And it even flushes! This was not a luxury I received when I was in Ghana and Nicaragua. Last night, my first night here, we had a nice lunch of pasta, beets, and tomatoes and then walked around the community for about 2 hours. There ...

Angela - days 1 & 2

A travel blog entry by bcdtravelhaiti on Jun 05, 2013

4 comments

The landing at Port au Prince was the start of a confusing yet intriguing introduction to Haiti life with many characters enticing us to join their taxi q. We embarked on a very bumpy coach journey which felt like hours to those of us in the back. I don't usually suffer from travel sickness but this was a new experience.

We are fast discovering that life in Haiti is all about being flexible. Our ...

Real Haitian Voodoo

A travel blog entry by katrina.pierre on Apr 01, 2013

... were so much bigger that it was like Haiti times 5 - masses and masses of people, cars and bicycles trying to go their own way. As we drove down the roads, we saw long lines of tents standing side by side. Many of them were made of cloth, so I can just image what it's like when it rains. There were also some USAID tents and those seemed to be made of tarp, which is only slightly better. Goats, chickens, cows, dogs, roosters, and pigs ...

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