Pon de Rock

Address: Fort Charles Road, Treasure Beach, Jamaica | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Fort Charles Road, Treasure Beach, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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  • Beach


  • Free parking
  • Kitchenette


  • Room service

TripAdvisor Reviews Pon de Rock Treasure Beach

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Travel Blogs from Treasure Beach

If I Settle On the Far Side of the Sea

A travel blog entry by lindsay.papsin on May 21, 2014

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... the sun was just-warm-enough, and the water spray was just-salty-enough-to-make-you-want-pret zels. About 20 minutes into our ramble, we came to that part where you reach the edge of the world. I perched myself on the highest tip I could find, and stretched my arms out STRAIGHT from side to side, and I couldn’t encompass land, and the entire sea was in my arms, and I could hold it all, and I couldn’t hold any of it. The only thing I could actually touch ...

Day 37, Friday 13-9-13. Transit the Panama Canal

A travel blog entry by kenbarbara on Sep 13, 2013

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... them to plan for extending the facility. After passing through the canal we were able to see the first four gates that have arrived from Italy for the new locks, absolutely huge weighing 3,500 tons each, they were send down on barges and are now place on blocks waiting to be installed. The opening date is hoped to be 2016. but there is still at lot to do. We were then fairly exhausted after being in the sun , we did stretch and gym and shower, dinner in room and watched another good ...

Weekend in Kingston

A travel blog entry by simoneastwell on Mar 29, 2013

... crowd. The prime minister appeared on the pitch as both countries were singing their national anthems. Unfortunately there were a lot of pickpockets about. A few volunteers I was with got things stolen, and I had to pull someone's hand out of my pocket during halftime. The score at the end was 1-1 but the experience was still amazing. On Sa**************ed to the Bob Marleu Museum on Hope Road. This is ...

Jamaican living part 1

A travel blog entry by joemartin on Feb 07, 2013

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... around, we're told
to keep the windows shut as we drive through in case people hold you
up through the open window. In contrast our hostel is in New Kingston
which is really nice, modern and friendly (in comparison anyway). As
we check in it turns out that Karol hadn't booked it correctly and
they were full but it's OK because they could pitch a tent in the
garden for us and we can ...

The hatta the battle!

A travel blog entry by tdfraser on Dec 10, 2012

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... the town below. What a great end to a great first day!
When we returned I hung out on the swings for a little and then headed to
dinner… another delicious meal. Breadfruit was my favorite addition. It
is kind of like a sweet French fry with a fruity after taste. For desert we had
belly stickers, which are similar to cinnamon rolls. Yummy! Then it was another
couple rounds of Kent in the community center and off to bed. Ready for round 2