Taino Cove Cultural Festivities
by LaRonda Robinson
(St Elizabeth, Jamaica)
Cultural festivities at Taino Cove in Old Wharf, Treasure Beach, St Elizabeth, Jamaica
Jonkonnu dancers and drummers will delight!
Everyone is welcomed to attend at 7pm on Saturday, December 15, 2012.
Amena Blackwood-Meeks, story-teller, appearing live.
For additional details contact WinnieHylton, Owner, at 876 845 6103
About Tiano Cove
Taino Cove is an intimate hideaway tucked along the water’s edge on the southern coast of Jamaica. Located in the small fishing town of Treasure Beach in the parish of St. Elizabeth, Taino Cove offers beautiful views of the blue Caribbean Sea from each of its 8 guest suites.
Relax and enjoy our peaceful balance of comfort and warm, attentive hospitality. At Taino Cove, you can get away from it all by escaping to your own private paradise, secluded and free from the stress and obligation of everyday life.
Taino Cove is a serene getaway where you can fully enjoy the still-unspoiled side of Jamaica. Whether you're coordinating an intimate, extended-stay retreat, or you just need a quiet place to rest your head in between island adventures, your stay at Taino Cove can be tailored to fit your heart's desire.
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