Spa Dragon

Port Antonio, Jamaica | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Port Antonio

Great Huts Great Escape

A travel blog entry by ilombardo

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... 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

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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 ...

First 2 days

A travel blog entry by phantom1212

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... crimes and it was pretty funny.  He told us that petty theft and home break-ins and fishing for stuff through peoples windows with sticks is the most common crime.  Rarely is there violent crime and if there is its against women so thats good for me.  He also said that if other jamaicans see someone getting robbed or taken advantage off they will beat the **** out of them.  after the security meeting we had a health meeting and got our first aid kits and finnaly ...

What I Have Failed to Mention: I'm a Nerd.

A travel blog entry by smiling_nomad

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... to the program and my thesis (noted as a dissertation in the West Indies). And, for the first time in my life, I am striving to learn rather than to obtain a grade. Luckily, our courses encourage us to be social, to experience the Caribbean culture and be a part of the community, to "have a life" in Jamaica, as well, which is a relief. During the week, I greatly enjoy my classes. One of my teachers writes for the national newspaper. Another recently hosted ...

Part One: Birthdays & Shuttle Taxis

A travel blog entry by smiling_nomad

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... race up in front of the dashboard and pedestrians run out of the way; as the nucleus of sweating bodies sway and jerk from left to right, and each bump causes rib cages and jaw bones to shudder; reggae covers of Londonbeat's "I've Been Thinking About You" will pound from the sound system, thankfully masking the telling groans and creeks of the vehicle. On Saturdays, reggae, R&B and football (soccer) commentary dominate in the shuttles. ...

Location

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