Travel Blogs from Negril
... If you start drinking rum punch at the bar at Kuyaba... good luck! DJ the bartender will hook you up if he likes you, he definitly has a strong pour. A couple drinks in and I was feeling more than nice! The staff at this hotel are all really helpful, I was out of lotion one day, I went to the front desk and was talking to one of the workers and showed her my skin because I was peeling, she actually went to her bag in the back and gave me her own lotion to use! Super ...
... are so many fruits growing in Jamaica, all you have to do is take a look above at a tree and I am sure something tastey will be growing up there!
Drinks- All I have to say is J&B, Wray and Nephew, RumBar, Rum Cream, Magnum, and the infamous Red Stripe. These are Jamaican specialities, from ovenproof rum, to the jamaican baileys, to a popular drink for men ;), to a great beer! I am not going to lie I drank all of the above while in Jamaica, and I ...
... wait to leave my everyday life and get completely lost in the unknown territory
of a Caribbean island while celebrating the beginning of a new life for two
people I care about.
Upon arrival, my party and I boarded a shuttle bus to take us to the hotel. Having only been to
one other tropical island in my lifetime, I was shocked by the town we drove
through. I knew that the people lived well below my idea of a life, but could
this be the same ...
Honey, we're home! Time to ring in the New Year at our favorite spot, Couples Swept Away in beautiful Negril, Jamaica. This time, we did commit on exploring more Jamaican culture and doing more activities, and did learn a little more about their culture . However, most of our days where spent laying on the gorgeous 7 Mile Beach. Ya ...
... and there's really not much more I can say. We had an amazing time from just laying out on the beach, to horseback riding, and partying with the ever so aggressive but still so hospitable locals. Truly an exceptional time with some of the most beautiful people on the planet.
These pics do the trip no justice but I hope you enjoy them none the less. And if you've never been to Jamaica you should work on changing that.