Tropical Lagoon Resort

San San, Fairy Hill, Port Antonio, Jamaica | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on San San, Fairy Hill, Port Antonio, is near Rio Grande Attractions at Rafter's Rest and Navy Island.
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    Travel Blogs from Port Antonio

    Jamaica: It be 'da real ting

    A travel blog entry by comeasyouare on Nov 13, 2012

    24 photos

    ... 1/3 of the city that survived, rebuilt and tried to regain control, but there was not enough land mass left to rebuild a large enough area. People started to migrate across the harbour and form a new city, which we now know as Kingston and is the Capital of Jamaica.

    Another major earth quake struck the fort and city in 1907. While this earthquake was not a direct hit like the first, it sunk many of the building into the sand. Now a days, you can tour Fort ...

    Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous at GeeJam Jamaica

    A travel blog entry by ultimateislands on Feb 26, 2011

    1 photo

    ... GeeJam. Together, he and his business partner Mr. John Baker, both moguls in the music industry, have transformed GeeJam into the fashionable hotel/recording studio it is today.

    Steve Beaver, a tall, refined and soft-spoken man wearing a stylish scarf about his neck, stood to shake my hand and welcome me to GeeJam. We spoke briefly on my reason for visiting and he then graciously asked if we would like to stay on for lunch. Thrilled to be able to sample a menu typically ...

    Clear water warm welcome

    A travel blog entry by lizamilburn on Nov 09, 2009

    5 photos

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    We retreated for a nap before dinner which was served with entertainment. We chatted with other folks staying here and enjoyed a spectacular meal. The dining room is scattered with the art of locals. Wood sculptures, drums and ceramics. Dr. Paul introduced himself and he and Greg fell into to conversation for some time.


    My Life in Pictures Pt. 3

    A travel blog entry by teamclaudia on Feb 23, 2009

    1 comment, 68 photos

    ... internationally. The volunteers worked from 4 a.m. til the last runner came in which was around 2 p.m. My friends and I worked the starting line giving out Gatorade and water to the runners and then when the race began moved to the finish line to cut the trackers from the runner's shoes and hand out the medals. From this experience, I decided that I want to run in a marthon. So that is one more thing I have added in my ...

    Part Three: "Single Women Over 18" Table

    A travel blog entry by smiling_nomad on Sep 23, 2008

    3 photos

    ... cup of coffee and some of the nicest wait staff this side of the Blue Mountains. For the past several weeks, several of the staff have provided me with their insight into the Jamaican culture, filling in gaps or reaffirming social norms noted in my class assignments and lectures. They and their kindness have been invaluable. Tammy, one of the waitresses, has taken a particular interest in my literature class since we met, ...