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About blckrevpower

  1. Yeah, it is a nice resort. But the beach is kind of rocky. I'm a beach person and enjoy all inclusive.
  2. I'm getting married there on July 7, 2010 I just came back from Jamaica for a vacation and had a chance to visit the resort. It looks amazing. I didn't see a wedding there, but one was scheduled for 5. I agree with the other brides, the facebook page is helpful.
  3. I just arrived back from a visit to Jamaica, and we had a great time!!! We were only on the resort 2 of the 6 days I was there. One of my friends arranged to have a guy drive us around so we could see the real Jamaica and not what the resort just presents as Jamaica. In my opinion, it was safe. We went all the way up the mountains of Nine Mile and Negril. We also stopped to get some REAL Jamaican food. What they serve at the resort is nothing compared to what we ate. We went to the music festival Sumfest and had AN AMAZING TIME!!!! Overall, I really enjoyed my stay. I've been to Jamaica before and stayed at the resort the entire time. This recent visit was much better because I got to see most of Jamaica. I will warn you that Jamaica is a very poor island, so expect to get asked for money in certain places by certain people. I can compare it to beggars in the streets here in the States, but we all know that America is a much more wealthy country than Jamaica. I would suggest arranging for transportation with one of the companies there so the driver can expose you to whatever you want to see. Personally, I wouldn't care if people wanted to leave the resort or not. More power to them for their views. Why even visit a place like Jamaica if you're not even going to step foot outside the resort? For me, that viewpoint just encourages that idea that the people of the island are not really important. Jamaican people are different sort, and it would be great if you, your fi and guests could see that when you visit. I'm not really the type to arrange my life to suit others, so I guess I can easily say that and forget about those people. I'm not planning our wedding to suit other people's needs, but OUR needs. It's our wedding. I honestly can't figure out where the notion to please the people on your day came from. Okay, food and drinks are a must, but the other stuff? Semantics. With the arranged transportation, we didn't have to worry about paying for cabs or getting ripped off because we had someone with us the entire time. I felt very safe and secure while I was out and about seeing the island. I would highly recommend it. You won't regret it. Good luck with your search and happy planning!!!
  4. Congrats!!! I was just in Jamaica doing "research" for my wedding next year and having some fun!!! It did rain a lot, but it looks like your day was perfect.
  5. No worries for me! I hope its all cleaned up by the time by wedding date arrives!
  6. Congrats and welcome!!
  7. Congrats and welcome! I havent booked there, but plenty of brides here have. Just do a quick search.
  8. Congrats and happy planning!
  9. jamaica is gorgeous!!!! Love it there!!! Congrats!!!! We are getting married there next year too!!
  10. Eventually you will stop caring what people think. It's your wedding!
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