Valley High Villa

Address: CH estates, Runaway Bay, Jamaica | Villa
 
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This villa is located on CH estates, Runaway Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Runaway Bay

A sad day........

A travel blog entry by beenie1983 on Apr 23, 2013

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... a better look when I get home. In the meantime, I unimaginatively called him 'Fred'. Fred the fish! I think he was using us to find food in the sand, as when we we're walking, he was swimming around our feet and pecking at things floating up. When we floated at the surface, he was swimming around our bellies! It was like we were his private shoal! He was with us for about 10 minutes before he got bored and swam away. We swam a lot and ...

Sunday slow day

A travel blog entry by beenie1983 on Apr 14, 2013

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... and buy Sven a snorkel mask. Then back to the water! There were so many fish! They were eating the bread from my hand! I got loads of great pics, if a little fuzzy. The little buggers are too quick! The videos I got however are fantastic. We got out when we ran out of bread and sunbathed a while. This proved to be a bad idea. I am now sunburnt!! I am officially luminous! We went to the lobby to use the wifi. I tried to FaceTime mum but the signal was too ...

Weekend in Kingston

A travel blog entry by simoneastwell on Mar 29, 2013

... no one was killed. We also saw the mango tree where Bob used to go and smoke and annoy his neighbours through loud African drumming. On Saturday we went to Port Royal, which was the original capital of Jamaica. Unfortunately there's not much to do there now, but the place was once home to famous faces such as Lord Nelson and the pirate Blackbeard. We then headed back to Mandeville in time for work on ...

Jamaican living part 1

A travel blog entry by joemartin on Feb 07, 2013

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... bugger).

I decide the bar patio area is a better
location for some much needed sleep.

Emancipation Park is very pretty and
surrounding areas are nice. The Park can also claim the title of
having the most generously endowed statue. It's ridiculous!

The Bob Marley museum which is his old
Kingston home is fascinating and well worth a visit. Bob was voted
the second ...

The hatta the battle!

A travel blog entry by tdfraser on Dec 10, 2012

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Monday 12/10/12

First day of stroke camp at Bull Savannah Physiotherapy today! I
was a little nervous but once the patients started showing up and I saw how
excited they were to be there I was put a little more at ease. We started the
morning by singing "One Love" out on the porch of the clinic. Next was a crowd
favorite. The chorus read: “The hatta
the battle the sweeter the victory...” ...