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Jamaican Newbie

by Andrea
(Maryland, USA)

Question:


I'm coming to Jamaica to celebrate my 50th birthday in June.

What is the best spot to spend an entire week, Where I can incorporate a visit to Spanish Town, and how would I get there from the spot where I'm staying?



Answer: by W.Gayle Jan-21-2009

Hi Andrea,

A hearty congratulation on your golden years!. That's what they say - (10 is tin, 25 silver and 50 gold etc.)

Good for you though.

The best spot depends on what type of activity (or lack of it) you are expecting.

Negrili for example is always have a buzz, Montego Bay - been the tourist capital (and Ocho Rios) also have lots of tours, sightseeing etc.

Take a look at this page.
https://www.my-island-jamaica.com/vacation_in_jamaica.html for more insights.

In terms of getting to Spanish Town, it really doesn’t' matter where you are, remember Jamaica is just about 146 miles from one end of the island to the other.

Here are some tips about how to choose your Jamaican tour guide.

Again, I wish you the very best Andrea.
Do enjoy!

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May 10, 2009
Golden Years!!!!????
by: Jean

PS

Forgot to say that I spent my big 50 in TB. Bonfire on the beach it was wicked!

May 10, 2009
Treasure Beach
by: Jean

I have just come back from another amazing 2 weeks in the Frenchman district of Treasure Beach, St Elizabeth, so I am still buzzing.

If you want a relatively peaceful holiday then this is the place to go. The famous beajous hotel Jakes is here but there are lots of beautiful villas and guest houses, in easy reach of YS Falls, Mandeville, Lovers Leap etc, and also on the same coast as Spanish Town.

Treasure Beach also have a website so check it out. I actually stay in a guest house for £14 a night!

If you need a driver my friend Gairy Brooks is a lovely safe driver (001 876 4524490). Have a fabulous time wherever you go.


Feb 21, 2009
Dream Enterprise Villa St. Elizabeth
by: Arden Simpson

Hi just reading your request to spend your 50th birthday in Jamaica.

I have a family villa which will accommodate you and your party to a relaxing experience of Jamaica also meet your needs,car hire and transport service to Spanish Town.

Feel free to google dreamenterprisevilla.
Look forward hearing from you contact me on 07711602014

Feb 04, 2009
Thank You
by: Anonymous

Thank you for your prompt answer. Looking forward to the visit immensely!

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