We’ve had a rush of emails from previous guests who live in the UK & Holland over the past fortnight all requesting our Jerk Sauce recipe – we’re guessing the barbecue season is well and truly over in Europe!
More than the Beach Blog
Are you a New York twitcher if so how do you fancy escaping the Fall for a long weekend birding treat in Jamaica accompanied by 10000birds.com
We know that 2009 has been one of worst for gloom & stress levels up to bursting point, that is why we have created our new eco-holiday break that re-engergizes & re-vitalises Jamaican Style.
And they’re off! This year’s Round the World Clipper Race saw ‘Lightning Bolt’ embark with the other clippers today. Named after every Jamaican & world athletics fan’s sports hero, Usain Bolt, our Jamaican entry will be covering 35,000 miles across the world’s oceans over the next 10 months.
Hotel Mocking bird Hill has achieved another step in its efforts towards improving levels of self-sufficiency and sustainability which we believe coincides perfectly for the UN talks in Cophengan on climate change to be held in December.
Pellew island sits at one end of a coral reef, which protects the San San Bay. It is surrounded by healthy sea grass beds and wonderful swimming areas. Jamaicans and visitors alike visit the island by boat, laze on the small beach, snorkel at the nearby reef and generally enjoy the gorgeous setting.
Who says a green way of sustainable tourism doesn’t bring results, we have just won our second award this year this time for displaying the highest calibre of entrepreneurship at the Jamaican leg of the Pioneers of Prosperity Awards!
We are proud of our organic energising breakfasts; from Coconut bread to Banana Tofu Fritters, Pumpkin Waffles to Semolina Pancakes with Poached Papaya
If you are in Port Antonio on Saturday 13th June and are partial to some laid-back storytelling & hypnotic drumming, we recommend a visit up to the Maroon Red Bones Cafe in Charles Town for the evening.
We’ve just been voted winners of Jamaica’s Best Kept Secret at the Jamaica Observer’s Food Awards so you can imagine how big the smiles are this weekend amongst the team
There are many airlines that fly to Jamaica. Many of the airlines flying to Jamaica are charter airlines and arrive in Montego Bay. There are two international airports, in Kingston, Jamaica, the Norman Manley International (KIN) www.manley-airport.com.jm and in Montego Bay, Jamaica, the Donald Sangster International (MBJ)