El Cielo

San San, Port Antonio, Jamaica | Villa
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This villa, located on San San, Port Antonio, is near Rio Grande Attractions at Rafter's Rest and Navy Island.
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    Travel Blogs from Port Antonio

    Blue Mountain Bike Tour

    A travel blog entry by beenie1983 on Apr 19, 2013

    17 photos

    ... Great. The mountain roads were terrifying!! We were halfway up the mountain and I was on the verge of regretting this trip when we stopped at a little cabin in the mountains called the Blue Mountain Coffee house and gift shop. We were up at about 2400 feet. Here they served us brunch and, of course, Blue Mountain coffee! I had my cup of coffee but couldn't eat anything. I felt too I'll after the scary trip up! We had to sign waivers at this point and get ...

    Great Huts Great Escape

    A travel blog entry by ilombardo on Mar 26, 2012

    1 comment, 51 photos

    ... to the airport. Though the journey took way longer than anticipated (the bus left late and stopped every kilometer and had us running for our plane in the end!), it was a beautiful journey along the sea and over the Blue Mountains with Whitney Houston's gospel album booming over the sound system.

    On homophobia
    One negative thing to say about the trip is that we noticed quite a bit of homophobia. After we had heard a few locals slip anti-gay comments into ...

    A Travel Agent Review of Great Huts

    A travel blog entry by ultimateislands on Feb 26, 2011

    1 photo

    ... s creations (I apologize if my spelling is incorrect). You'll find his stand located next to the juice bar. If he likes you, and Munga seems to like most people, he'll not only cut you the best deal but will crack one of the fresh almonds for you that fall from the Almond tree house above. 

    I had the opportunity to view all the huts on this visit and each one has its own charm. I advise
    you to work closely with the staff or your travel agent in ...

    First 2 days

    A travel blog entry by phantom1212 on Mar 19, 2009

    7 comments, 18 photos

    ... crimes and it was pretty funny.  He told us that petty theft and home break-ins and fishing for stuff through peoples windows with sticks is the most common crime.  Rarely is there violent crime and if there is its against women so thats good for me.  He also said that if other jamaicans see someone getting robbed or taken advantage off they will beat the **** out of them.  after the security meeting we had a health meeting and got our first aid kits and finnaly ...

    What I Have Failed to Mention: I'm a Nerd.

    A travel blog entry by smiling_nomad on Sep 23, 2008


    ... with the author of one of our cultural texts. All of them seek unique ways to introduce new material. Most encourage us to relate our assignments to our dissertations. For the most part, I have felt like I've gained information or insight from each assignment and have been proud of what I've submitted (save, honestly, one paper, that would've gotten more use if it were rolled around a miniature cardboard tube and placed in a lavatory). By December, we ...