Mirage Cottages

Address: Negril, Jamaica | 1 star resort
 
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Travel Blogs from Negril

The 'wacky Baccy ' experience!!!

A travel blog entry by diana2k28 on Feb 15, 2015

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... warned not to eat the brownies!!! About 6 of the group went to buy some and a couple of aging hippies were reliving their youth!! However we did not partake and I was pleased that my training ghadlearnt from the kids at Shortwood made me more knowledgable than I'd realised about the drug scene!! We were admitted to the Bob Marley area and a Rastafarian guide allocated to us! They were all as high as kites but full of peace ...

Stormy at Sea!!

A travel blog entry by diana2k28 on Feb 13, 2015

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... his moves with one of the girls !!! She had to agree he had a unique style!!!!! Tonight has been rock and roll night so a very lively show and once again , sorry kids!, but Dad was strutting his stuff and gaining fame on the dance floor! Tomorrow we have an early start as we are out for the day but more about that tomorrow! ...

Acrobatics on the Beach!

A travel blog entry by diana2k28 on Feb 13, 2015

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Another beautiful day and very hot though there was a breeze and Rob was able to twice enjoy sailing round the Bloody Bay! No I'm not swearing!! This is what the bay here is called and stems back to the day when it used to run red with the blood of whales that were killed here!! It's amazing how quickly the day goes just watching the beach ...

Lucea Harbour

A travel blog entry by wendy.batey on Feb 11, 2015

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... of the morning. Rather than have another altercation about leaving the dingy, Ken dropped them ashore. They risked life and limb walking along a busy road with buses and taxis taking children to school. Arriving at their destination, an old Fort Wendy had spotted yesterday from the kayak, they set about exploring it. No entrance was immediately apparent, so Belly and Wendy climbed the 2m+ wall, only to meet Rick a couple ...

The Ins and Outs of Negril Jamaica

A travel blog entry by violetraymond on Mar 14, 2013

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... Negril I partied at The Jungle, this is one of the more popular clubs for both locals and tourists, I found it more touristy than local, it was still fun though. It is a pretty big club, they have an open area upstairs where they play different music than downstairs. Normally more touristy music upstairs, and jamaican music downstairs. I paid like 15 USD to get in plus an arm band where I drank for free, so that was pretty cool. If you want a more local scene then this probably ...