Spa Dragon

Address: Port Antonio, Jamaica | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in Port Antonio, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Port Antonio

Great Huts Great Escape

A travel blog entry by ilombardo on Mar 26, 2012

1 comment, 51 photos

... pieces of art featuring chains, shackles, and images of captivity. Also, the local language, Patois—pronounced "patwa"—was developed by African slaves in the 1600s to conceal communication from their European masters. Wikipedia tells me Patois is a mixture of European English and African languages. And it sounds so cool! One phrase I heard a lot was, "Seya," literally, "See you," figuratively, "I hear what you're saying," or "I understand." True to its original ...

A Travel Agent Review of Great Huts

A travel blog entry by ultimateislands on Feb 26, 2011

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... people from all over the world. I felt as though I were sitting in the comfort of my own home enjoying the company of wonderful new friends. 



Since I'm a travel agent, I knew it would be helpful to personally experience more than one hut so I booked 3 for this trip. Our first two nights were spent in the African Sunrise hut. This 3-story round hut constructed of cement, wood and thatching sits high above the other huts and affords a 360 degree view with ...

An Educational Tourist in the West Indies

A travel blog entry by mulqueen on Jan 02, 2011

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... Indeed, I have on occasion - half-joking, half-serious - described myself as an "educational tourist". I adore exotic (i.e. as different as possible from my native England), preferably tropical, locations. Since 1985 I have worked in Egypt (six years), Tanzania (four years), Argentina (two years) and Venezuela (two years). In none of these countries have I really integrated with the local population and learnt the language. In essence I have remained a tourist, ...

I will try and catch up with timings!

A travel blog entry by pjh60 on Mar 06, 2010

1 comment, 5 photos

... no problem’. Well they may be all of those, but these guys work containers the like of which I hadn’t seen on this voyage. The ship was chocker by the time we got back – the stern section was what we saw first and it was totally full all the way across and up 6 containers high above the deck. This was the same in front of our cabins and bearing in mind we are on deck F, we get day light through the front windows but can’t see further than the next layer of ...

Sugar Roads, Dissertation Shifts and Dating...

A travel blog entry by smiling_nomad on Oct 17, 2008

3 comments, 6 photos

... in Jamaica (through the Global Fund and the Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative), though, that reality has radically changed. Orphans originally given a "death sentence" with the virus are now being given a chance at life. DTC even recently altered its focus from being a "hospice" for children with HIV/AIDS to a "home" for children with HIV/AIDS. According to the director, the program is only now in a place where wonderful questions like, "How do we transition ...

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