Lookout Cove

Address: Little Bay, Negril, Jamaica | Villa
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This villa is located on Little Bay, Negril.
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      Travel Blogs from Negril

      Friday night at Couples

      A travel blog entry by robertiz on Dec 04, 2014

      After a short trip from the pit stop/introductory to sales 101 in Jamaica we came to our resort. Stewart handled the luggage while the porters lined the bags up telling us to check in and he would have them ready for us when we returned. The check in process was slow but with Sparkling wine in hand we were extremely patient. We found that our walk-out beachfront room was not available until the next day so Emeil apologized but said he would move ...

      Work Blog Month 1

      A travel blog entry by joemartin on Mar 07, 2013

      16 photos

      ... step was to research other library designs as well as space planning requirements and other details that will affect the space planning such as book stack sizes and spacing and such like. Whilst carrying out every step I was designing with the internal conditions in mind and natural ventilation.

      I have had to research and implement the following in my space planning.

      • Zone size requirements e.g. WC
        allocation and spacing, storage requirements etc.

      You Really Do Feel All Right...

      A travel blog entry by sunandsnow on Feb 25, 2013

      7 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Jamaican living part 1

      A travel blog entry by joemartin on Feb 07, 2013

      25 photos

      ... and fight strongly against any large hotel complexes as the
      fear the area going the touristy route of a lot of the Northern
      coastal areas.

      We catch a small boat across to Pelican
      Bar which is a small wooden structure built upon a sandbank out in
      the ocean. The bar sits majestically against the backdrop of clear
      blue skies and crystal clear water appearing to emerge from the ...

      One love

      A travel blog entry by tdfraser on Dec 15, 2012

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... watched the sunset and began to think about our real lives and the not so Jamaican weather we were headed back to. We had dinner at Jack Spraats, which was followed by a talent show. As always we had many laughs at the acts, which included: a rap about stroke camp, the worm, the llama dance, and much more. We finished the night off with a dance circle to some of our favorite tunes from the week like Lean on Me, Sister Act, and a few more. I felt a little bad for the rest of the people in ...