Pon de Rock

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, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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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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... was right beneath my feet, and this realization suddenly brought an incredible calm over me.

We PVIs had three months from our departure from our island (even less time now) and I could easily be nominated as President of the Freak Out Club. There’s so-much-left, way-more-left, too-much-stuff-left to do. I really want to go on this trip with the kids. I really want to study this other artist in art class with my students. I really want to ...

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 ...

Blue Mountains again

A travel blog entry by simoneastwell on Mar 18, 2013

... Edge very kindly let us use there kitchen to cook some dinner, as we couldn't afford to buy all our meals at their restaurant. In exchange for this we helped with some of their washing up at the end of the night. On Sunday we headed to Devon House in Kingston for some of their famous ice cream. Built in the late 19th century, Devon House was the home of Jamaica's first millionaire, and is nowadays open to the public along with its ...

Jamaican living part 1

A travel blog entry by joemartin on Feb 07, 2013

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... a little crazy.

The clubs central dance floor was a
constant dance-off battle stage or a stage for groups of two, three
or four blokes all dancing in unison or practising their moves,
They were brilliant and clearly took it seriously. Although we stuck
out in the club there was no hostility and the atmosphere was
incredible and much nicer than most UK clubs. I also didn't see

Mi deh ya (I'm here)

A travel blog entry by tdfraser on Dec 09, 2012

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... Up until that point it had almost been more about food and views. We learned a little about each patient and their background so we could know what to expect tomorrow. The time flew by and before we knew it it was getting dark. Time for more food! We stopped at the grocery store to pick up some breakfast food then piled the 18 of us back into the van to head back to the school for dinner. We had a delicious dinner of fried chicken with gravy, rice, beans, ...