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Igumbi e-i-bed and breakfast ibungazwe ngu-Cheri With Jah B

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Not on list but Clean to visit as friends/family. Dbl & single bed, bath. Kitchen, living/dining rm, veranda. Safe friendly area. Coffee/tea/toast. Roof: Sky Lounge/wkspace. 1 block to grocery, takeout food, taxis - quick ride into MoBay, farmers market. Near airport, bus, shopping, dancing, dining, beaches. Organic farm tour & health/detox retreat, see Alkalife Jamaica (Facebook). Tours, cooking lessons/meals, vacation tips, Rastafari & Jamaica culture, history. + suite for 2 + apt for 4.

Indawo
Free coffee/tea and toast. Our guest home is built on top of Mount Salem, so there’s always a cool breeze and views from our roof deck and verandas, overlooking Montego Bay, the ocean, and mountains. Reggae music is usually wafting through the air from the nearby corner of indoor markets, takeout food, and other local neighborhood services. Mackies, a local sports bar, is about 6 blocks away. There are churches in the area. It’s just a short 20 min max drive from the airport, the “hip strip” for dancing, shopping, and beaches, the straw market for local crafts, carvings and clothing, the experience of downtown and suburban health food store, pharmacies, bookstores, and large supermarkets. P.S. Suites:
Kalonji - healthy, healing, energizing (1st floor)
Talawa – strong, sturdy, fearless (2nd floor)
Mango Island Apartment (for 3)
Cloud 9 on roof deck, self-contained suite with jacuzzi
You can enjoy the living room, kitchen, and verandas on your floor. The two suites, one on each floor have separate entrances but can be joined together for larger groups (up to 10). All are welcome to the roof deck.

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You can enjoy the living room, kitchen, and veranda on your floor (also the hallway bath with tub). The two suites, one on each floor have separate entrances but can be joined together for larger groups. All are welcome to the roof deck and can schedule the jacuzzi up on the deck. Grocery store, ice cream, take out food and taxi are just a safe, walkable block down the street.

Ezinye izinto okumele ziqashelwe
MoBay Sumfest is mid-July (a week of all-night reggae artists); Emancipation Day Aug 1; Independence Day Aug 6; much more. The Maroon Festival high in the Mountains (celebrates the peace treaty that successful runaway enslaved Africans signed with British in 1739), Jan. 6; Rebel Salute (a two "night-long" reggae stage show around Jan 15 nearer Ocho Rios; the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival in January, TBA in Ocho Rios; Bob Marley celebrations (Feb. 1-6 mostly in Kingston),
Enjoy local treats like breadfruit, water apples, June plums, 'sweet' soursop fruit, mangos, spice buns, cocoa balls, coconut drops, grape-nut ice cream, sweet potato pudding, and "blue drawers." Feast on ackee and salt fish (the national dish; ackee from our backyard tree), jerk chicken, curried goat, festival (sweet fried pastry), yam, green banana, rice and peas (red beans), and callaloo (greens), and snack on patties (veggies, chicken or beef in fried pastry). Savor mountain spring water, coconut water, pineapple, soursop, cherry, and mango juices, ting (carbonated grapefruit), sorrel, ginger beer, rum cream, Red Stripe beer, and the nutritious tea from moringa or soursop leaves (from our backyard tree).
Not on list but Clean to visit as friends/family. Dbl & single bed, bath. Kitchen, living/dining rm, veranda. Safe friendly area. Coffee/tea/toast. Roof: Sky Lounge/wkspace. 1 block to grocery, takeout food, taxis - quick ride into MoBay, farmers market. Near airport, bus, shopping, dancing, dining, beaches. Organic farm tour & health/detox retreat, see Alkalife Jamaica (Facebook). Tours, cooking lessons/meals, vaca…

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4.84 out of 5 stars from 31 reviews

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Montego Bay, St. James Parish, i-Jamaica

Our guests quickly feel at home, safe, comfortable and with friendly, helpful people. It's a nice, middle-class community. Mobay named the 'friendliest' city for a long time. Sometimes, neighbood dogs barking, and occasional traffic noise.

Climb Dunns River Falls, go zip-lining and bobsledding, drive through Fern Gully and Bamboo Avenue, express ahhh as you visit with the botanical artists at Rasnatango Gardens and Gallery, feed hummingbirds close-up, experience cliff jumping at the famous Rick's Cafe, go rafting on the Martha Brae, and snorkeling with Captain Poly's glass bottom boat, add 10 years to your life by swimming in the rare sparkling Luminous Lagoon, tour the Green Grotto Cave, go horseback riding in the mountains and along the ocean, bike ride through the Blue Mountains, enjoy the 7-levels of YS Falls, tour the Appleton Rum Estate and factory, dine in the Houseboat Grill, Pier 1 and the Pelican Grill, dance at Margaritaville, Jazzy Blue Beat and The Jungle, hang out at Mackie's, Powers, the Brewery, go to services in the St. James Anglican church, built in 1775.

Ibungazwe ngu-Cheri With Jah B

  1. Ujoyine ngo-Novemba 2015
  • Ukubukeza okungu-212
  • Ubuwena buqinisekisiwe
When I was 33, I envisioned I was to have a guest house in Jamaica for retirement. Fifteen years later, I came looking for it in Montego Bay and met Jah B; in less than twenty minutes we knew we were to be together. We married in 1996 and raised two awesome sons in Philadelphia. Then he, my King, with a contractor friend, built this 'Palace' in a safe, comfortable neighborhood. I was raised on a farm in Kansas, became Deputy Director of Mental Health in Philadelphia, then co-founder and director of a university-based multicultural training and research institute (Temple then Drexel). Now, I am happy as a writer with FunTimes Magazine celebrating the African and Caribbean Diaspora, which I can do from our veranda. (I was the Editor for five years.) In August (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) , we published a memoir about our 25-year cross-cultural journey called "Loving To Be WE...Receiving Mountains as Stepping Stones to Cross the Cultural Divide Between Jamaica and the USA/Babylon," which reads like a fantasy but is real as life gets! Since helping my body rebalance and overcome a grim Stage 4 lung cancer diagnosis in just three months by April (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) by changing my lifestyle. I became a certified Holistic Cancer Education Counselor and offer consultation while continuing my learning from others. With the help from prior guests we now have three websites: Topaz Dream Palace (to book lodging), Loving To Be WE (our memoir), and Live-itUp (for ebook), and four (Hidden by Airbnb) pages: Alkalife Jamaica (re healthy rebalancing your body retreats and organic farm visits), Loving To Be We, Topaz Dream Palace, and Cheri Avery Black. We enjoy meeting people and helping them experience the friendly people, culture, and beauty of Jamaica while learning about the politics and history. I've gained so much from traveling to 44 states and 24 countries and now from engaging with people from around the world who come to stay at our Topaz Dream Palace. I am blessed to have an amazing, loving husband, Jah B, who helps make it possible for me to live my dream life! You’ll find that I'm the 'Chief of Chat (Communication), Computer, and Creativity. Jah B is the quiet one, a wise and deep reasoner, and 'Chief of Chauffeuring, Cuisine, Cultivation, and Cleaning', an excellent farmer growing and supplying more and more of our organic produce. (He had a dream, as well, about a woman from a'foreign coming to uplift his family...fortunately it was me!) We look forward to meeting you and hearing your stories! Do 'soon come'. One love, Cheri and Jah B
When I was 33, I envisioned I was to have a guest house in Jamaica for retirement. Fifteen years later, I came looking for it in Montego Bay and met Jah B; in less than twenty minu…

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We live in part of the second floor (along with the Talawah Suite of two guest bedrooms), and enjoy interacting with our guests, and are also fine with giving you your own separate 'quiet' space . . . whatever you desire. We are here to help you have the best vacation possible. We’ve had a number of guests who all gave us excellent reviews before we listed. Toney is an excellent chef for meals and juices prepared with fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs, fish and chicken from the nearby farmers’ market. If you wish, he’ll guide you through the market, and provide cooking lessons. He’s a great ‘selector’ of CD love songs, soul and reggae music. Cheri, a certified health education coach, enjoys sharing her miracle recovery from cancer using natural healing methods. We both love to introduce our guests to welcoming family and friends, the beautiful beaches and countryside, cultural history, folktales, and the variety of attractions. Montego Bay is the second largest city in Jamaica and preferred destination for most tourists. It's an hour from Negril, two to Ocho Rios. We'll pick you up and take you back to the airport.

Cheri met Toney in 1994 when she came to Jamaica to find a guest house she had ‘dreamed’ she was to have in retirement. Instead, she met Toney; they instantly fell in love and were married in 1996, raising two sons in Philadelphia. A while ago, the time was right for Toney, with a contractor friend and family expertise, to build our guest-house. The name combines our November birthstones—topaz, plus my dream, plus it looks like a palace, doesn’t it! Be ready to be treated like the Queens and Kings you are!
We live in part of the second floor (along with the Talawah Suite of two guest bedrooms), and enjoy interacting with our guests, and are also fine with giving you your own separate…
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