Lighthouse Inn 2
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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After being away from my husband for three and a half months, we decided to take a four day weekend in Negro, Jamaica.
When you go to Bar-B-Barn you are not just a guest, you are part of a family; home away from home, singles, couples and family alike. Being a family run hotel that has been in operation for over twenty years, I know what it is to look for that personalized ...
... pristine waters and earned his badge of honor. He crossed an item off his bucket list that wasn't on there to begin with. Needless to say, it was added then crossed off.
We dined at the beautiful Rockhouse Resort for lunch. Their jerk mayonnaise was addictive! When Kyle's fries were finished, he dipped my string beans and carrots into the mayonnaise. I think he just really wanted an excuse to ...
... of the restaurant, but a third of the way into the meal, they started setting up these large tables for a French group who were really loud. So we ask if we could move to a table away from them and closer to the water (it had stopped raining and we had already asked if they could raise the curtains). We needed up at the same table where we had lunch. Our waiter was so apologetic for the noisy group even though it ...
... br> Dinner was at Eleanor's, and it was really good. We had the cutest waiter who was just beside himself that we were on a girls trip. After dessert (a special moment for two), we took wine out to the huge loungers by the firepit, drank laughed, Skyped with Sean and then went down to the water to dip our toes in. We first tried to go to the piano bar, but it was a really sad sing-a-long. Back to the room to go to ...
... and a light breakfast, Elly bought a journal and pens, and I bought a paperback.
Our flight left on time, and we spent the flight drinking bloody marys and playing games on our iPhone.
Landed, we were the first ones off the plane. It was a ghost town, straight out of walking dead
No line at immigration or customsChecked in at the sandals lounge, handed our bags over and waited to be called for ...