Seville Heights in Saint Ann (region) is located in Jamaica - about 41 mi (or 66 km) North-West of Kingston, the country's capital.
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1# Stereo 3D Anaglyph St. Ann's Bay Main Street The Real Jamaica Stereoscopic
First of all, I want to thank my dear Lord Jesus Christ for the time, energy and resources to create this video for all of you. John 1:3 - All things were made and came into existence through Him; and without Him was not even one thing made that has come into being. This 3D video is of a ride through downtown St. Ann's Bay on the north coast of Jamaica. To best view this ride through town, get very near to your screen while you watch it and it will be as though you are sitting right in the car viewing this town through the windshield listening to the radio! Be sure that you're in full screen 720p mode in order to best view this 3D video. Click the appropriate icons below the video to make these settings. _ The background music is here provided courtesy of Bob Read at Black Diamond Productions, an affiliate of Onestop Vacations Negril. It is reggae music from.... Polkadot Swallow and the AOP Band playing live at Alfred's Ocean Palace located right on the world famous 7 mile beach in Negril Jamaica. Band members include.... Keys: Patrick Murray (Profile) Bass: Lewis Roxburg (Chelem) Drums: Denton McNeil Guitar: Gery Hunter (Zapow) Sax: Frank Engineered by: Zeco Recorded / Mastered by: Bob Read (White Bob) Go to www.negrilonestop.com where this album [Live at Alfred's Ocean Palace #1] may be purchased for $15 USD. From all of the tourist information on this same website you may also wish to call Bob Read ...
2# Frank's Jamaica! The real Jamaica!
Jamaica Travel ~ Locals know Jamaica. We were staying at the FDR Resort, which was centrally located for so many things to see and do! More info about FDR Resorts: fdrholidays.com
3# Fire Water - yes there is fire on the water - Jamaica
Sulphur coming up from the ground through an underground spring makes the Fire Water. Big thanks to Frank for taking us around and showing us things that most people traveling do not see. For information on the real Jamaica and unique things to see - contact the FDR Resort More info about FDR Resorts: fdrholidays.com
4# drive Jamaica
The roads, at least the main ones are pretty good, but watch out for creative on coming traffic, cops and goats, all of which represent road hazards. More about FDR Resorts: fdrholidays.com More about Dolphin Cove www.dolphincovejamaica.com
5# getting to know Jamaica - once you go, you know
You have to get to know Jamaica and the Jamaican people and there is no better way than having a local Jamaican show you around. In our case we are priviledged to have Mr. Frank Rance, owner of FDR Resort in Runaway Bay and Pebbles Resort as our friend showing us around. BACKGROUND OF FRANK RANCE Frank Rance was born in Kingston, Jamaica, the third of five children. His father worked for a local tobacco company as a quality control supervisor. Rance, an above average student, completed high school and went to work for one year as a time keeper and cashier on a local sugar farm. In February, 1966 at age 19, he got a job as a checker and cashier at the Hilton International Hotel. He progressed well during his eight years with Hilton. In 1974 he became an auditor, a top position in financial control for the Jamaican Hilton. His potential had been identified during these 8 years and Hilton sent him to Montreal to its worldwide Career Development Institute to be trained in hotel management. The eight week program was soon to be followed by five trips to the Hilton Caribbean training center in Puerto Rico for additional training in hotel accounting, food and beverage operations, and general management. More info about FDR Resorts: fdrholidays.com
8# Asafa Powell (BENZ) and Nesta Carter (HONDA) @ Dover April 2011 Prt 6
Coming from lunch at Dover I saw 2 PHAT rides. Turned out to be Asafa and team mate Nesta Carter passing through....but then I saw a Subaru...sweeeet!!!
9# Marcus Garvey Lives!
Amazing reggae-fied rendition of a speech recorded by Marcus Mosiah Garvey in New York City in June 1921 extolling the achievements of the Universal Negro Improvement Association.
10# Chukka Caribbean Adventure Tour
Chukka Caribbean Adventure Tour the ride begins with an a safety talk. More about FDR Resorts: fdrholidays.com More about Chukka Adventures www.chukkacaribbean.com
11# Chukka Cove Jamaica
We had some time to check out Chukka Cove and have some jerk chicken and a Red Stripe beer before our ride which gave time for the rain to stop. More about FDR Resorts: fdrholidays.com More about Chukka Adventures www.chukkacaribbean.com
12# Scotchies Jerk - best authetic Jamaican experience
Scotchies Jerk - best authetic Jamaican experience, just ask the locals. Best Jerk in Jamaica. It was minutes away from us at the FDR Resort. More info about FDR Resorts: fdrholidays.com
13# joseph hill and culture @ jamaica sunsplash revive 2006
Joseph hill leading his great roots group for the last time in priory jamaica.RIP because just 8 days later on tour in germany he was gone... a description: the four night partys known as sunsplash concerts had a long set of continuous years of happeng starting i think in 1978 and of not happening after 1997 until NOW in 2006 for this film www.reggaetimes.com
14# ST. ANNS BAY JAMAICA
ST. ANNS BAY , JAMAICA. A great and busy spot just up the road from the FDR Resort where we were staying. More about FDR Resorts: fdrholidays.com
15# Horseback riding in Jamaica
My horse was 'Polaris' a large steed with an attitude, he liked nipping at other horses and going where he wanted. We had a good understanding, he was in charge and I was along for the ride. By the end of our tour - he was being more receptive to me taking the reins and getting out of the line of more mundane horses. More about FDR Resorts: fdrholidays.com More about Chukka Adventures www.chukkacaribbean.com
16# Chukka Cove Adventure
The day started with sunshine but soon clouds rolled in along with a tropical downpour. This is not unusual in the Caribbean, the Islands are lush and green because they get ample sunshine and rain. The rain can be 'annoying' but the air is warm, so if you are on a holiday, do the most of the weather and have a great time. More about FDR Resorts: fdrholidays.com More about Chukka Adventures www.chukkacaribbean.com
17# What happens when a horse gets stuck in mud? Hahaha!
Danny Melville, owner of Chukka Caribbean Adventures has a crew of amazing guides! Too much fun! More about FDR Resorts: fdrholidays.com More about Chukka Adventures www.chukkacaribbean.com
18# Jamaica Wedding | Breezes Resort Spa & Golf Club - Runaway Bay
A new Victorian-inspired chapel and two exotic gazebos round out the choice of wedding venues at Breezes Resort, Spa & Golf Club— Runaway Bay. Nestled on the sands of Jamaicas legendary north shore, the 22-acre, all-inclusive resort celebrates the spirit of rum, reggae and dreamy beaches with everything from complimentary seaside weddings with a minimum three-night stay to horse and buggy rides, fee-free golf and golf school instruction and tennis clinics. For the best in Jamaica wedding locations, please visit www.weddinglocation.com. Get married in Jamaica
19# Breezes Runaway Bay Beach
The beach at Breezes Runaway Bay resort in Jamaica. Nice beach, good swimming, lots of lounge chairs, palapas, and easy access to the pool, bar, snack bar, and restrooms that are on the beach's edge. See more pictures of this resort and others at www.allinclusiveexperts.com
21# Papillon - Devil's Island was filmed here
Riding along the shoreline our guides informed us that the 1973 movie Papillon starring Steve McQueen and Dustin Hoffman had parts of it filmed here. The Franklyn D Resort in Runaway Bay where we were staying is only 15 - 20 minutes from Chukka Cove.
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