San San Tropez

Address: Drapers P.A. Portland, Port Antonio, Jamaica | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Drapers P.A. Portland, Port Antonio, is near Navy Island and Rio Grande Attractions at Rafter's Rest.
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      Travel Blogs from Port Antonio

      Great Huts Great Escape

      A travel blog entry by ilombardo on Mar 26, 2012

      1 comment, 51 photos

      ... music, playing either from the resort sound system, from a club down the road, from a taxi or bus radio, from someone's Mp3 player, or just from someone singing. Jamaica is committed to music.

      On religion
      It is impossible to miss the religion in Jamaican society. It seemed that every fifth building was a church and gospel music shared the airwaves with reggae.

      On colors
      Immediately upon arrival, you can tell that Jamaica is a relatively poor country. Most ...

      A Travel Agent Review of Great Huts

      A travel blog entry by ultimateislands on Feb 26, 2011

      1 photo

      ... opened the evening with a brief description of what we were about to see and then entertained us with a couple of musical
      numbers of his own. He has quite a lovely voice. He also takes the opportunity to welcome all his guests and thank them for visiting Great Huts. It was a nice touch. When the drumming and dance segment began we found it most interesting, educational and entertaining. During the show the performers took us up through the ages of Jamaican music. They ...

      I will try and catch up with timings!

      A travel blog entry by pjh60 on Mar 06, 2010

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... a long while and precious little else. We were told that people who lived up here were pretty much self sufficient in their, to western eyes, basic lives. It was also cold, quite different from the humidity at sea level. Several people were trying to sell us their coffee but as they didn’t have anything else, this was not surprising.

      The ride was downhill all the way with the biggest problems being the poor road surface and the very occasional oncoming vehicle. But it was ...

      Sugar Roads, Dissertation Shifts and Dating...

      A travel blog entry by smiling_nomad on Oct 17, 2008

      3 comments, 6 photos

      ... The past three weekends have seen my roommate and I bent over our laptops, punching out papers and presentations for courses, scanning journal articles, reviewing historical texts, and drafting new dissertation introduction drafts. The latter, for me, shifted pretty dramatically this past month. Upon finding out that media tools are not as much inaccessible in Jamaica as under-utilized in the country, my original dissertation topic (re: the impact of media ...

      Part One: Birthdays & Shuttle Taxis

      A travel blog entry by smiling_nomad on Sep 22, 2008

      5 photos

      ... surrounded by friends at a birthday dinner (put on by my host mom) and enjoying a celebratory night on the town with fellow students in the graduate program. The latter, with ten of us taking on the city, proved to be one of the best nights I've had since arriving in Jamaica. The weekend prior, I took a 3-hour shuttle taxi (chicken bus) to Port Antonio and the jerk chicken capitol of the country, Boston Bay. The experience reminded me ...