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Grand Pallaidium Lady hamilton- Montego Bay Jamaica

Discussion in 'Travel' started by DieselTech, Mar 26, 2010.

  1. DieselTech

    DieselTech [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Anyone been? Or to jamaica? I'm taking the girlfreind down for a week all inclusive leaving on sunday morning at 330 am:eek:

    Just wondering if anyone has any experiances down there? This will be my first time going anywhere warm.. And being a cold Canuck I'm sure what to expect, Looking forward to it though!!

    Thanks
     
  2. ruler

    ruler Well-Known Member

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    never been to Jamaica but probably be wise to Take sunscreen, probably good to take clothes for warm weather like shorts, watch out for pick pocckets, dont carry large sums of money
     
  3. DieselTech

    DieselTech [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, Sunscreen for sure but what SPF? I've been tanning ( I know i know ) Trying to build up a small base tan so i won't get to burnt, Definatly loaded the suitcase with shorts, hardly any shirts :cool: and maybe some dressier attire for a nice dinner?
    Another big question for me is if anyone has any idea how much spending money i should bring. I want to be able to rent a sea-doo, and bring home a bunch of rum.
     
  4. DieselTech

    DieselTech [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Anyone? Flying out in 8 hours!!!
     
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    SPF 30 is all you need unless your super white or have pigment issues. anything moreis kind of pointless. STAY in the tourist areas, dont go native, and check your wallet, watch etc. constantly. Oh, and have a cold one or two for us suckers here in TW.
     
  6. DieselTech

    DieselTech [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Sweet, We plan of leaving the resort for only two reasons , Rick's Cafe ( world famous cliff jumping), and Dunn's falls to climb. Thanks for the info, just got me some spf 30
     
  7. DieselTech

    DieselTech [OP] Well-Known Member

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    And i'm off!!! I'll talk to you guys in a week :cool:

    Already booked a Landcruiser jungle tour! ( gunna throw 40 cdn in front of his face and let me drive) pictures to come!
     
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