Travel Tuesdays – Places to visit while in Jamaica cont’d

I’ve got 2 more!!! Read about them, visit and enjoy!

Hellshire Beach!

You cannot visit Jamaica and not visit the Hellshire Beach. Great food, good vibe, nice people!! Hellshire Beach, is located in Portmore, St. Catherine, and famed for its fried fish and great vibe!

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Ensure that you visit ‘Prendy’s on the Beach’ while you’re at Hellshire Beach – great tasting food!!

 

 

 

 

Devon House!

Devon’s House is one of Jamaica’s leading national monuments and a symbol of the cultural diversity, which makes Jamaica unique choice for thousands of visitors. The 11-acre property with its lush sprawling lawns provides an ambiance that soothes the mind and soul, and offers an enviable shopping experience for both local and overseas visitors. Patrons to Devon House can partake in the fascinating history of the site, which was built by Jamaica’s first black millionaire George Stiebel. The Devon House Heritage Site is currently owned by the Government of Jamaica, and falls directly under the auspices of the Ministry of Tourism.

The Devon House Mansion consists of Palm Hall, Dining Room, Drawing Room, Games Room, Master Bedroom, Sewing Room, Young Girl’s Room, Grand Ballroom, Upper Vestibule, the Master Dressing Room, The Writing Room, the Young Lady’s Sitting Room and the Lower Vestibule. The pieces in each room are amazing!!!!!!!!!

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The tour price is ridiculously reasonable!! There are other things to do while at the Devon’s House property. You can enjoy lunch at the one of the restaurants on the property, buy Jamaican branded t-shirts, flip-flops and other memorabilia.

Enjoy to check out the amazing Devon House ice-scream!!!!! Check out the Devon House Website: http://bit.ly/1CnjAd6

#HappyTuesday from this ‘dry-land’ tourist!! 🙂

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