Cannon Villas

Address: Old Fort Bay, Ocho Rios, Jamaica | 3 star villa
 
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This 3 star villa, located on Old Fort Bay, Ocho Rios, is near Frenchman's Cove, Boston Beach, San San Beach, and Prospect Plantation.
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      Travel Blogs from Ocho Rios

      Day 3 Ocho Rios Jamaica

      A travel blog entry by jennadoucette on Apr 22, 2014

      ... guide.It was so difficult trying to get up the falls because you couldn't see where you were stepping ,but at the same time it was a memory I never want to forget . After Dunns river falls we went to the beautiful beach there for around 40 min , then split off in groups to go to margarita vile. Jamaica was beautiful and exploring it was so much fun. It was also really interesting seeing the life styles of ...

      Rockin but not the way you think

      A travel blog entry by paulej4 on Feb 11, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... evening. I would like to relate my night of music. There was so much good music to be had (last night) that I skipped dinner.

      After our Cruise Critics sail away party and then the Solo Travelers cocktail hour, I cleaned up and made my way to Maltings to enjoy a cocktail and listen to the music of El Sol Duo. They play a bit of jazz and salsa and they do it well. I sat at the bar in the front row.

      When they ...

      One love

      A travel blog entry by andreacapper on Jan 11, 2013

      We visited the Bob Marley mausoleum today. The road to get there was bumpy and winding, but it didn't bother me any. The ride up was about an hour and a half, and it was just the six of us to one tour guide. Along the way, she taught us some Jamaican words and gave us some facts about Bob Marley and the area he lived in. The mausoleum was built around Bob's grandparents house, and the house that he grew up in. Our tour guide, Captain Crazy, was a riot! He ...

      Free at last!

      A travel blog entry by zolina on Feb 22, 2012

      4 photos

      ... 8220;yes”, you say “yeah man” (pronounced “yaw mahn”). The videographer had us say that one a lot. The other phrase we learned is “no problem,” which is apparently the Jamaican national philosophy.

      All in all, the waterfall climb was worth it. Very unique experience.

      The Rest of the Day

      We took a shuttle bus back to the cruise ship, but we had one more task for the day. We went and found ...

      Dunn's River Falls

      A travel blog entry by mcfarlne on Aug 22, 2011

      2 comments, 22 photos

      ... and chillin’ out :0).

      On the way back we almost got fleeced again, a bead seller from above the steps leading down to the beach was calling out to passers by asking if they would pick up the beads he had dropped and pass back to him over the high fence. Muggins always ready to help went back picked up the necklace of beads and stretched up to pass them over the fence to him. He thanked me and then handed me a different beaded ...