Fisherman's Inn Dive Resort

Address: Falmouth, Montego Bay, Jamaica | Inn
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    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 ...

    First class to Monego Bay

    A travel blog entry by plmitche on Sep 12, 2013

    ... marginal but what we expected. The staff go out of their way to seem interested. Show was fun to watch. Day 2 - settling into a routine. Slept fantastic and don't make it down to beach till 11. Lunch buffet is great. Tonight's dinner is Japanese. We found it slow and not ...

    Going home

    A travel blog entry by frostyrunner on Mar 11, 2013

    ... in Toronto due to a mix up of our travel agent. Those travelling west were also now going to miss their flights and would be put up by air Canada until tomorrow! The Toronto airport was extremely busy. it took well over an hour to clear customs then try to find our bags and get out of there. We found the airport shuttle and left for the airport Sheraton. Finally at 9:30 we get to our room for a short night then back off to the airport in the ...

    Yo, Jamaica mon

    A travel blog entry by adamz on Feb 12, 2011

    101 photos

    ... Resort guests are certainly another species of traveller.

    Had been expecting to visit markets similar to those I had seen in the middle east and central america. Unfortunately this was not the case. Seems like the markets here, unlike these other places, is purely for tourists. Lots of shops selling the same stuff.

    First place was basically a shop selling tourist goods so decided to go out on the street for a wander around Ocho Rios and managed to find ...

    Soon Come!

    A travel blog entry by annie5jamaica on May 07, 2010


    ... and honest so i was dreading what the kids could be like as children are verrrry honest!
    I met the principal Daniel who is just the best headmaster a school could dream for, all the staff were unbelieveably welcoming and chatty, teaching me the local patois and joking with me. Apparently i am very "chirpy" and "infectious" not a bad first impression then!
    Then i had to meet the kids...they stared hard at me with their adorable faces so i took a deep breath and ...

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