Winged Victory Hotel

Address: 5 Queens Dr, Montego Bay, \N, Jamaica | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 5 Queens Dr, Montego Bay, is near Doctor's Cave Beach, Gloucester Avenue, Sam Sharpe Square, and Greenwood Great House.
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Travel Blogs from Montego Bay

Falmouth and Dunn's River Falls

A travel blog entry by bruinz on Feb 26, 2015

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... and walk all the way up on the falls. We will include the video and some still pictures when We get it uploaded. It was great fun! On the way back we stopped at Columbus a beach for authentic jerk chicken and pork and capped off the afternoon at Margaritaville in the port district. Evening included sunset off of our veranda and dinner. Tomorrow: Labadee, ...

Goodbye Jamaica!

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

9 photos

... and native bushland. The house he built has a veranda with a fabulous view of the garden and nearby river valley. Ideal for birdwatching. After wandering the gardens and feeding some of the birds, we sat on the veranda and watched for birds and ate delicious local papaya and "star apples".

Back on the boat we prepared dinner and Belly went and picked up Maureen, her daughter Bianca and German friend Tim. Since we are ...

Oh, oh, ooo oh, Montego

A travel blog entry by wendy.batey on Feb 13, 2015

1 comment, 7 photos

... we discovered that we were using phosphorescent water! Never had such a stunning flush!

Saturday 14th February, Montego Bay.

Belly double checked with the yacht club to see if they might have a secure mooring or berth for us, but they haven’t so we decided to check out an alternative marina. Ken insisted on staying on board so Belly, Rick and Wendy went into town to ...

Still here

A travel blog entry by annarapp on Apr 10, 2012

1 comment, 16 photos

... well, even if they speak English. Else they speak Patois, you could probably get used to it, sounds like a very bad slang. But every day language already always includes some 'Wassup mon', 'Ya mon', 'respekt mon', they do all sort of handshakes, -claps and signs. And I got used to be called darling and baby at every corner. People are all cool and relaxed. An interesting different world again I get to know here.
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Tubing the White River/Irie Blue Hole

A travel blog entry by lktomkies on Nov 23, 2011

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... built by Royal Caribbean to handle larger ships.

The downside to Falmouth is that it is quite a distance from the main attractions in Jamaica, so for some of them, there may not be enough time.

We chose Peat Taylor tours, and we were to meet him at the terminal 15 or 30 minutes after the ship docked. To make a very long, VERY frustrating story very short, we had some MAJOR communication issues with the girls, ...

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