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So I arrive @ the airport having missed my transfer, lady points me in the direction of Jamaica Tours desk 21. Only have to wait for Denny to pick me up in a black stretch limousine 10mins then we're on our way! I think it took about 15minutes to the hotel, Denny was answering all my millions of questions and I was too comfortable on the black leather to notice the drive. That was the 1st time I have arrived in JA & not stared out of the window ...
Nach drei Nächten gieng es weiter nach Montego Bay, unser Taxifahrer " Pepsi" (er trinkt tatsächlich den ganzen Tag Pepsi..) erzählte uns während der Fahrt etwas über Jamaika: 90% der Bevölkerung rauche Canabis, die anderen 10% lügen! ;)
In Montego Bay landeten wir in einem Jerk-Restaurant, das auch Zimmer vermietet. Nach einem guten Jerk-Chicken, entschlossen wir uns hier zu bleiben! Die Abende verbrachten wir im ...
... some sounds where from the planet called Germany) spend all day around old fashioned electronic devices, called PCs or laptops. We have no idea why they stayed all day in that station around the devices, but our wild guess would be they are on the import/export business. Jamaica is a famous planet for exporting very demanded products around the galaxy, products that was believed would make humans leave the body and behave and feel ...
... rocks and stones, but with water and humidity. Grey sky, storms of water and abusive humidity are the environment conditions of this planet.
The inhabitants are of two kind is this region of Montego bay, the locals with their high foreigner dependency and dangerous look, and the foreigners allergic to locals who just want a piece ...
... action and went Zip-Lining. Wow, that was fun!
Easter Monday night there was a Dancehall Sound Clash Battle in town, Dancehall DJs from various countries play against each other. The only strange thing was that the audience was supporting with Vuvuzelas, those horribly loud trompets which became famous in the football world cup in South Africa, all combined it sounds like a huge vespiary.
Oh and I ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSecrets St James Montego Bay
The place was pretty but there wasn't a whole lot to do. The service there was terrible, from the front desk to the servers at the buffets... everyone was unfriendly and terribly slow.
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