Old Glory - Grateful Dead - Mens MontegoBay Soft T-shirt
Pay homage to a legendary piece of Dead lore with this green t-shirt from the Grateful Dead, with palm trees swaying behind a Steal emblem inspired by their...... more
Pay homage to a legendary piece of Dead lore with this green t-shirt from the Grateful Dead, with palm trees swaying behind a Steal emblem inspired by their November 21, 1982 concert at Montego Bay, Jamaica. Lightly distressed print and soft, 100% cotton gives an authentic vintage look and feel.
Seascape Wall Mural: Montego Bay is the second largest city in Jamaica with a population of around 230,000 and has a thriving tourist trade. This stunning mural...... more
Seascape Wall Mural: Montego Bay is the second largest city in Jamaica with a population of around 230,000 and has a thriving tourist trade. This stunning mural depicts one of the area's world famous beaches in a stunning photograph of the setting sun, which casts fantastic shades of pink and lilac around the whole scene. Edged beautifully by the silhouetted curve of the Bay, this magnificent mural is a taste of paradise that is sure to transform any room.
International Travel Map of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands, latest updated edition. This double-sided map features elevation tinting to show land relief, with...... more
International Travel Map of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands, latest updated edition. This double-sided map features elevation tinting to show land relief, with selected peak heights marked. Other physical details include reefs and marsh areas. National parks are marked, as are counties and parishes with marked boundaries. Road detail includes both primary and secondary roads with intermediate driving distances marked on main routes. Some petrol stations are also marked. Other transport details shown include railways and stations, airports and airfields. Symbols show the locations of beaches, selected hotels, golf courses, sugar estates and locations of interest. Latitude and longitude lines are drawn at 15' intervals. The map is indexed and includes a road distance chart. On the reverse there is a good street plan of most of Kingston at 1:25,000, extending to Matilda's Corner and Eastwood Park Gardens in the north. Insets around the main Jamaica road map show smaller street plans for Spanish Town, Ocho Rios, Port Antonio, Montego Bay and Mandeville. The reverse of the map displays Grand Cayman at 1:37,500 scale, plus little Cayman and Cayman Brac, and a concise main street plan of George Town.
Paperback. Pub Date: 2010 08 Pages: 320 in Publisher: Rough Guides The Rough Guide to Jamaica is the ultimate travel guide to the most captivating of the...... more
Paperback. Pub Date: 2010 08 Pages: 320 in Publisher: Rough Guides The Rough Guide to Jamaica is the ultimate travel guide to the most captivating of the Caribbean islands. From dining by the sea to dancing under the stars. We've matches both picked out the best of Jamaica. with full-colour pictures offering a taste of what to expect. Detailed practical advice covers everything from restaurants and accommodation to tipping and tours; an events calendar details the island's legendary reggae shows. and insiders' tips ensure that you 'll discover the island beyond the resorts. The Rough Guide to Jamaica also provides the lowdown on each part of island. including the white-sand beaches and watersports of Negril and Montego Bay; the lush rainforest retreats of Portland; the hip hotels of the unspoiled south coast; unforgettable hikes in the cool Blue Mountain peaks; and Kingston'...
Dance Music and Working Songs from Jamaica - Various Artists
Lititz Mento Band - Dance Music and Working Songs from Jamaica, CD booklet writer: Meyer, Andreas interpreter: Williams, Jerome interpreter: Smalling, Clement...... more
Lititz Mento Band - Dance Music and Working Songs from Jamaica, CD booklet writer: Meyer, Andreas interpreter: Williams, Jerome interpreter: Smalling, Clement interpreter: Borriel, Sonny interpreter: Myers, Gerald interpreter: Miller, Theodore interpreter: Salmon, Cleveland composer: Lititz Mento Band Publisher: Wergo As late as the 1960s the cheerfully elated rhythms of mento would be found at every village festival. In the age of modern and Afro-American pop music, however, the most important and oldest folk tradition of Jamaica - which developed from the displaced Africans' contact with European music - has fallen increasingly into the shadows. With violin, banjo, guitar, and rumba box this famous Jamaican group presents a piquant potpourri of mentos, folk tunes, religious songs, and American hits. The songs are not infrequently lewd, and they treat daily life with humor and satire. Content: -Quadrille -Born Jamaican -Rivers of Babylon -Man of Montego Bay -Island in the Sun -Day Oh! -Fan Me Soldier Man -Linstead Market -Shaving Gram -Little Girl in Kingston Town -Grader Man -Revival Man -Tennessee Waltz -Weel An' Tune
The Rough Guide to Jamaica (Rough Guide Travel Guides) - Polly Thomas
A guide to Jamaica, Caribbeans liveliest island. It also contains reviews of the best accommodation, restaurants, bars and cafes - and the latest spots to catch...... more
A guide to Jamaica, Caribbeans liveliest island. It also contains reviews of the best accommodation, restaurants, bars and cafes - and the latest spots to catch the hottest reggae and dancehall, along with a coverage of Kingston and the major resorts of Montego Bay, Ocho Rios and Negril, as well as the lesser-known beaches in Portland.
CARIBBEAN ISLANDS Haiti is the starting point of this journey in the Caribbean. Since the time of Columbus it has been the European idyll of paradise set amid...... more
CARIBBEAN ISLANDS Haiti is the starting point of this journey in the Caribbean. Since the time of Columbus it has been the European idyll of paradise set amid a distant ocean. But beyond the dream is the fact that its original inhabitants were wiped out and replaced with African slaves. Now independent states have gradually emerged from the dark shadows of an inglorious past. They inhabit a tropical world, an exotic Caribbean island that consists of Haiti and the Dominican Republic. The Arawak Indians named the island, Hayti, Land Of Mountains, and later Columbus changed the name to Hispanola. Wonderful beaches and golden sand, tropical rainforests that reach almost to the sea and crystal clear turquoise water - a perfect place to relax in one of the most beautiful regions in the world. Jamaica is another Caribbean paradise and its second largest city, Montego Bay, is the starting point for tourists from all over the world. Harmony Hall is the name of an immaculate manor house situated on a turn of the century plantation, and James Bond Beach was once the winter retreat of English author, Ian Fleming. Kingston is the capital of Jamaica and the island's political, economic and cultural centre, a former pirate stronghold that is a lively mixture of joie de vivre and reggae. Nassau is the capital of New Providence Island and is only one of more than seven hundred islands in the Bahaman archipelago. It is visited by huge cruise liners that can seen from everywhere as they overshadow the city's buildings and on each side of its tranquil streets the city's pastel coloured houses look like something from a confectioner's shop. Next, Havana, the Caribbean metropolis that for many years has become somewhat run down and neglected. But nowhere else are the cocktails mixed better! Finally, Trinidad, where time seems most definitely to have stood still! Cuba and the Caribbean, a melting pot of colonial culture and an overgrown and abundant Garden of Eden.
...and clean white beaches caressed the warm, blue Caribbean Sea.
When we arrived at the airport, we had no idea in which resort we would be staying, but we were lucky as we found ourselves booked in at the Seawinds complex in Montego Bay. It was a little off the beaten track but ideally situated for a quiet, relaxing holiday, with its own restaurants, swimming pools and private beaches, including a nudist...
Advantages: Sandals in genuinely "All Inclusive", and oozes quality Disadvantages: Jamaica seems festooned with hustlers
...I went to Sandals Montego Bay for 2 weeks in August 1997 for my honeymoon. It seemed pricey at first glance (it was about 3400 ukp for us both) but this turned out to be pretty good value for money.
The food was excellent, there were at least 5 restaurants to choose from including a Chinese, an Italian and an A La Carte, all at least four courses. You could also pop along to Sandals Royal...
Advantages: Clean, Tidy Disadvantages: Staff not very friendly
...My father lives in Jamaica so i go out to visit him every other year or two.
I love travelling and i enjoy being on a areoplane i have to admit the only thing i do dreed about the whole travelling experience is landing at Montego Bay airport after a 9 hour flight.
Yes i'm more than thankful to have my feet on the ground and to have finally reached my destination but i find the whole process...