Me my sister and couple of guy friends visited blue hole recently, we were staying at seastar in west end and one of the taxi told us about blue hole and that we should visit if we wanted to get away from all the rush of negril, and he was very right. The ride to blue hole was about 30 mins I love the sightseeing going up the mountain, road was a bit bumpy but hey its jamaica and in the country! I do wish there was a bigger sign that show the attraction. When we arrived there wasnt much people around we got a quick review of the property from a book that was not very informative (just pictures) which was giving to us by I think a staff but wasnt sure since he looked like a teenager and wasnt identified by any company logo or anything. We then decided to have couple drinks and relax shortly after we had a lifeguard came by to telling us a bit about the property and how to jump if we decide to, gave us a tour (absolutely beautiful property) couple more guest arrive well at least at that point we thought they were! but it was a heck of alot locals that pretty much did not leave us with any room for relaxing, couple of the workers based on names that was thown around did try to ask us for our numbers in the states and along with other things, just pretty much joining in on the fun I guess, thank goodness my sister lives in jamaica and advised me do not even give them the time of day since that is why these guys work at these resorts, enough said!!!!. Besides the constant begging of numbers and feeling like you are being undressed by multiple eyes I did enjoy my trip, I should mention to the owners you have a great thing going and I just suggest to weed out the bad seeds this include couple of those lifeguards and chefs expecially the ones that tells us they do not really work there :-)
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