Fisherman's Inn Dive Resort

Falmouth, Montego Bay, Jamaica | Inn
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    Good morning JA!

    A travel blog entry by madhippy on Aug 08, 2012

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    5:30 am. Watching the sun come up after sleeping for 12 hours! 7:30 breakfast heaven. It was amazing!! I had pancakes, crispy bacon, sausage and egg with maple syrup. Nickii and the kids loved the breakfast. After breakfast we took a long walk along the beach checking out the view. Got some good pics. Rest of the morning spent at the pool until check out :-) we've checked out of our room. Gotta ...

    The bird's nest

    A travel blog entry by annarapp on Apr 06, 2012

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    Found this guesthouse on a hill outside of Montego Bay in a quiet area with seaview and many nice people. Stayed much longer than planned. At night the only sound is the chirping of the crickets and in the morning the tweeting of the birds, the quietest place I have stayed for a long time! It reminds me much of of my family's holiday place in Cudrefin :-)

    First Impression of Jamaica

    A travel blog entry by on Feb 17, 2011

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    ... Jamaicans. Nearby is the Rose Hall estate, one of the largest plantations in the Caribbean back in the day.

    The Rose Hall plantation's Great House, now restored, commands a superb view of the coast from a high perch. The house used to have two more wings during the colonial era, but only the main building has been restored. The opulent furnishings inside and the sumptuous formal landscaping outside are unforgettable, as much as the tales of intrigue ...

    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 ...

    Montego Bay - Ya man!

    A travel blog entry by kmwest422 on Feb 24, 2010

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    Well, after two days at sea which included reading, eating, sleeping, eating, getting sunburned, eating, and eating some more, we finally arrived in Montego Bay, Jamaica. We left Galveston at about 3 am on the morning of the 22nd, which was 11 hours late. The captain absolutely hoofed it through Caribbean waters and we arrived in Jamaica only two hours late.
    Claudia was happy as she would get a break from listening to Chris, our ...

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