Jamaica – Montego Bay, Port Antonio & Ocho Rios (Adventure Guides)

We were enjoying a Jamaican meal at Verney’s Tropical Resort, a small inn perched in the hills over Montego Bay. This was a true Jamaican feast – not a watered-down tourist version – served with real Jamaican hospitality.
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VIDEO: Lazy river rafting in #Jamaica

Watch as some tourists enjoy a bit of White River tubing Martha BRAE rafting. Best resorts, attractions and lush green mountains with rivers of unbelievable blue colored water where rafting on a tube or bamboo raft seems to make time stand still.We have the Best Job in the World, we use the best equipment exclusively […]
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Jamaican Rum History: The Appleton Estate

Situated in the fruitful Nassau Valley on both sides of the Black River in the South-West of Jamaica, Appleton Estate is the oldest and most well-known sugar estate in Jamaica. Its roots date back to 1655 when the English seized Jamaica from the Spaniards. By 1749 Appleton Estate was an settled rum-distilling sugar plantation. It […]
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Kill-Devil drink: Jamaican Rum history

The production of alcoholic drinks from corn, rice, sugar cane, barley and other natural resources is age-old. The English were the pioneers that started to make rum from fermented sugar cane. It is believed the word rum was first used in Barbados in 1620s describing a stimulating, rugged, unpleasant and heavy beverage made from sugar […]
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