Paradise Tropical Spice

Runaway Bay, Runaway Bay, Jamaica | 3 star villa
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This 3 star villa, located on Runaway Bay, Runaway Bay, is near Green Grotto Caves, Fort Charles, Fort Morgan, and Fort Rupert.
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    Travel Blogs from Runaway Bay

    A sad day........

    A travel blog entry by beenie1983 on Apr 23, 2013

    15 photos

    ... our bread. We swam from the east beach and swam all over. The currents today were really weird! There was a cold current over the warm sea which was making the top layer of water really hazy! And very very cold! But further down the water was warm and clear. Quite strange! While we were swimming out by the rope, we picked up a little friend! Iv been searching the net for the name of this fish but I can't find it anywhere! I'll have ...

    Sunday slow day

    A travel blog entry by beenie1983 on Apr 14, 2013

    10 photos

    We got up at 6:30, as usual! Sven wanted to go listen to the football so he went to the lobby and I had coffee on the balcony and checked our funds! I went and met Sven I the lobby at 7:30 and we went to breakfast at 8 am. Next, time to change and head to the beach! We had snaffled a roll from breakfast so we could feed the fish and get some great pics. It worked brilliantly! Sven broke his goggles and I had forgotten my camera memory card so I went off to get ...

    Kaleb's 6th Birthday

    A travel blog entry by mcfarlne on Aug 12, 2011

    3 comments, 20 photos

    ... email etc.

    When I got back, birthday or no birthday the kids were in Auntie school doing their early morning lessons :0).

    KK was still determined to go to Club Mongoose for a little while to celebrate his birthday and then leave. His sister wanted to stay there all day and pleaded, but we explained that they both go or neither, plus it was his birthday and they were not going today.

    I have noticed that Kaleb is ...

    Sex and Streets on Jamaica

    A travel blog entry by bary.art on Aug 17, 2010

    5 photos

    ... wholesome shadow. It is like glancing back in time. Visions of what colonial life on the sugar cane plantations pop up easily. I image horse drawn carriages pulling up under the tree-lined avenues. I see ladies with parasols and fancy bonnets eying the humid climate suspiciously. Slavery and the whip ruled the island till the middle of the 19th centuary. The influence of Christianity is yet everyday reality. A multitude of churches bear witness to this fact. Big sign boards adhere ...

    Jamaica mon!

    A travel blog entry by tissnseven on Dec 12, 2009

    OK i was a bit slack, but once I was with my family I didnt have time to write on my travel blog
    mostly soaked up the sun, went swimming in the ocean for the first time in a year and lazed around our ...