Marblue Villa Suites

Address: Old Wharf, Calabash Bay P.A., Treasure Beach, Jamaica | Resort
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This resort, located on Old Wharf, Calabash Bay P.A., Treasure Beach, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      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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      ... other reading concept to my Grade 5s before their test. I really want to do this, that, and the other thing just one more time. And I really want to do this project with colours and handprints with my kinder babies, because wouldn’t it be adorable?

      I stand at the edge of my world and stretch out my arms and close my eyes and listen to my God in the wind. And this is what He tells me:

      I can’t do it all. I can’t grab everything ...

      Day 35, Wednesday 11-9-13, Puntarenas-Costa Rica

      A travel blog entry by kenbarbara on Sep 11, 2013

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      ... was for the bus to pick us up and take us to the river for the cruise. The second choice was decided on as there lots of oldies on the train, I don't think we would get far pushing. On arrival at the river we were given fresh fruit and cold iced tea before entering the boat. The cruise was nice and peaceful, we managed to see one crocodile and two guavas. On returning to the bus we had a 40 minute trip back to the pier, quite nice but not a wonderful ...

      Long time no see

      A travel blog entry by simoneastwell on Mar 13, 2013

      ... to the US Embassy in the morning to get my visa for working at a summer camp in America. To my annoyance I was denied a visa when I should have been allowed one, but it goes to show that the US government are prepared to **** ordinary Jamaicans over just because they can and make a massive profit on it. *******s. But there's not much I can do about it now soat the moment I'm concentratingvon making some alternative plans. More news on that ...

      Jamaican living part 1

      A travel blog entry by joemartin on Feb 07, 2013

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      ... home is
      far more than I could have ever asked for.

    • Projects Abroad are quite
      disorganised as a company and the organisation of my workplace.
    • I am however loving my work and
      my new colleagues.
    • After initial doubts I'm now
      really happy to be living in Black River and not Mandeville.
    • Jamaican food is lovely, some of
      the best fresh fish, lobsters and crabs ...

    • Mi deh ya (I'm here)

      A travel blog entry by tdfraser on Dec 09, 2012

      8 photos

      ... understand the rush once we got on the road. It felt a little like a combination of a rollercoaster and video game between the hills and dodging pot holes, trucks, and goats. Luckily I loaded up on the Dramamine before we departed. The countryside here is so green. Our drive was mostly along the coast and we saw kids playing in the water through the trees. We passed through a couple markets filled with fruits for sale, jerk chicken, and various other goods. ...