Back In Jamaica after 30 years!
JAMAICAN VISITOR STORY: My man was born in Jamaica and I have convinced him to have a holiday there in February next year. (He is a workaholic owning his own business)
We will be staying in Runaway Bay although we plan to visit St Thomas where he grew up.
At first he was no at all excited but me, I am like a small child counting down the days!
Last night he admitted he is looking forward to seeing family and old friends. I am not sure what they will make of me a very tall blonde amazon of a Lady. Haha!
We are staying at the Royal Decameron at Runaway Bay. Is it lovely there ???WELLESLEY'S NOTE
Hi Denise from London, the city of contrasts!
Good to hear from you, and even better to hear that you are visiting us - with your Jamaican partner!
Runaway Bay is a really nice place to stay. The area has some of the most posh hotels in Jamaica but outside the doors, it also gives you a feel of the real Jamaica.
My feedback on Royal Decameron?
It is one of the cheaper all inclusives in Jamaica
, but funny enough, they seem to get a good return rate, so I believe they must be doing some good stuff there.
I haven't bee there as yet, so be sure to where us a review
when you get back, Okie Dokie!
Enjoy and all the best!
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