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Windsor Mineral Spring “Fire Water Pond” The subtle interplay of fire and water is hard to ignore at the remote Windsor Mineral Spring. The small area of the spring, about the size of a large jacuzzi, is called “Fire Water,” as it can actually make fire. This unusual activity is believed to be caused by […]
If you are visiting Jamaica and don’t have a place to stay these hotels are recommended for you. All reservation can be made online, all are welcome family and friends. Deja Resort The Knutsford Court Hotel The Courtleigh Hotel and Suites Courtyard by Marriott Kingston, Jamaica The Jamaica Pegasus Hotel Terra Nova All Suite Hotel […]
Sun Coast is the place you want to be, no it’s where you need to be! If your looking for a FUN vacation with lots of activities for friends and family, then look no further! Comprised of mini golf court, hiking trails, maza, rope challenging course, paint ball course whilst providing tasty food service.
The place you need to be, where all workloads disappears and adventures take its place it’s Hedonism Resort. grate foods, pools, beach and if spending quality time in that area, there are rooms to accommodate you and all that you have it can even be your entire neighborhood. Its the place you want to be!
Winnifred Beach is a locally popular public beach in Portland Jamaica It is traditionally Jamaican, with native food stalls, donkey rides and plenty of shade. Check out winnifred beach and explore the cool of features they have to offer down in Port Antonio.
Although not many attired according to the dress code, Mass Camp was jam packed on Saturday night (August 29) with patrons who intended to have a good time. The hosting of yet another Heineken Good Times did not disappoint as many patrons were left thoroughly satisfied. With soothing music and a captivating atmosphere the night […]
Rainforest Bobsled Jamaica at MysticMountain in Ocho Rios, will become the Caribbean’s first attraction open for nighttime operations. Guests will soon be able to soar into the night on the Sky Explorer to the top of MysticMountain, professionally lit by landscape experts to create a mystical display of the tropical forest canopy. Once at the […]
ROCKFORT MINERAL BATH Rockfort Mineral Bath is one of the quiet and delightful locations to visit in Kingston. It is located on the eastern edge of the city on the main approach from the airport. Visitors from all over come to experience its invigorating waters. Cozily nestled in a garden setting, the mineral bath consists […]
REGGAE BELIVE IT OR NOT In 1950s the diet of the sound system was US r&b crossed over to white teenage audience in the form of rock ‘n’ roll, it caused a problem for sound systems owners in Jamaica, because they could no longer guaranteed a continuing supply of their preferred music the fast shuffle […]
REGGAE BELIEVE IT OR NOT Rocksteady emerged during 1966 it developed characteristics that identified as almost the opposite of its predecessor, ska. In a nutshell, rocksteady was slower, more refined, and most of all, cooler. Firstly, the regularly paced ‘walking’ basslines that ska inherited from R&B became much more broken-up in rocksteady the bass didn’t […]
REGGAE BELIEVE IT OR NOT Jamaican deejays have traditionally made their reputations the hard way, in front of Kingston dancehall audience, and there are several whose talents can only be appreciated on recording of their live performances. The format that best served the underground audience for dancehall music were the cassettes of Kingston dance that […]
Moxon’s Beach Club Restored Moxon’s creator, Mrs. Johanne McDonald, a charming and engaging woman has built and re-defined comfort. This place is like stumbling upon hidden treasure, yet not being part of a treasure hunt. This exclusive, Intimate, Boutique Hotel is 8 miles east of Ocho Rios in quaint Stewart Town, (Boscobel St. Mary), directly […]
REGGAE BELIEVE IT OR NOT For all the commercial dominance of Junjo Lawes and Jimmy, you could argue that most innovative dancehall was to be found on Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare’s Taxi label. In addition to running their own business, the dynamic duo or rhythm twins, as they were variously called contribute to countless […]
REGGAE BELIEVE IT OR NOT As much as anyone, the skatalite, guitarist Jerome ‘Jah Jerry’ Hinds can claim to having invented ska. In the late 1940s, when he was taught by the grate Ernest Ranlin and ‘boogie’ reigned in the dancehall. Jerome coated “my father had a guitar and I played a little with […]
CASTLETON GARDENS Known for its array of plants, Castleton Gardens is a haven for many birds and offers a delightful appeal for anyone who wishes to hide away for a while from the hustle and bustle of a hectic life. Castleton was once famous for its majestic display of over 180 species of palms and […]
REGGAE BELIEVE IT OR NOT For several years after “Sleng Ten”, King Jammy was the undisputed ruler for the dancehall. By the end of 1980s there was at least 150 albums in his catalogue, with countless other songs appearing on singles. Like Clement Dodd in 1960s, Jammy was catching the best of the new performers […]
Mocking Bird Hill Mocking Bird Hill Hotel in Port Antonio, Jamaica, is a small, luxury, eco-chic hotel nestled between the majesty of the Blue Mountains and the Caribbean Sea. Known throughout the world for its beaches and music, Jamaica offers so much more if you venture beyond the beaches. Travel to Port Antonio, the other […]
REGGAE BELIEVE IT OR NOT The ‘one-rhythm’ or ‘version’ album, consisting entirely of different cuts of the same rhythm track, is a uniquely Jamaican phenomenon, and a very important part of the market that is largely singles-oriented. Though the concept became particularly popular in the late 1980s, its history stretches back further. Deejay version […]
HOLIDAY INN SUNSPREE RESORT ROSE HALL, MONTEGO BAY, JAMAICA Holiday Inn Sunspree Offers: Spacious accommodations where children 12 and under, stay, play and eat free when sharing room with an adult. Unlimited drinks at their new Catamaran bar, limitless meals from their expanded Sailors Food Court and sumptuous offering at any of their three fine […]
Maroon Village a place of deep historic significance is hidden away high in the Cockpit Mountains of Jamaica’s lush interior. Visitors can trek to Cockpit Country, the hide-away mountain homesite of the Maroons, runaway slaves who, in 1739, proudly defeated the British to gain their independence and then settled in this village. The tour of […]