Our favourite travel trio is still on the move! Exploring, enjoying and sharing with us just a taste of all there is to do, see and taste in Jamaica. Each week Calee, Stephen and baby Nyla invite us to join them on their journey across Jamaica with another exciting webisode of Pon Di Road in Jamaica. Now, as we look forward to today’s premiere of a brand new webisode, let’s take a look back at last week’s “Pon Di Road (Season 2) #25 – Blue Mountain Coffee”.
In this mouthwatering webisode Calee, Stephen and baby Nyla visit the Craighton Estate in the hills of St. Andrew, Jamaica to taste the world famous Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee and to learn what makes the Blue Mountain brew special. Join them on their adventure by watching the video above and remember to tune in today at 5pm (EST) on Facebook and on our My Jamaica YouTube Channel for the premiere of a brand new webisode to see where these three will take us next!
Our favourite travel trio is still on the move! Exploring, enjoying and sharing with us just a taste of all there is to do, see and taste in Jamaica. Each week fans await the next webisode of Pon Di Road in Jamaica for a chance to live vicariously through them. So far in Season 2 we’ve seen them do everything from enjoy secluded natural hideaways in Portland to camel riding in Ocho Rios.
As we look forward to today’s premiere of a brand new webisode let’s take a quick look back at “Pon Di Road (Season 2) #19 – Knutsford Court Hotel”! Calee, Stephen and baby Nyla return to Jamaica’s capital Kingston and check in to the lovely Knutsford Court Hotel. Here, they enjoy a bit of rest an relaxation and take a dip in the pool. Remember to tune in today at 5pm (EST) on Facebook and on our My Jamaica YouTube Channel for the premiere of a brand new webisode to see where these three will take us next!
Each week Calee, Stephen and their baby Nyla continue their unique exploration of Jamaica’s lesser traveled sites with a brand new webisode of Pon Di Road in Jamaica. So far the second season of the series has seen our traveling trio experience the likes of a secluded waterfall, charming beaches and flavourful Jamaican food.
In last week’s webisode of ‘Pon Di Road’ Calee and Stephen dig into Jamaica’s rich history by visiting one of the fascinating Great Houses of Western Jamaica Good Hope Great House in Trelawny. Let’s join them on this informative tour with the roundup of Pon Di Road (Season 2 ) #10 – Good Hope Great House.
Travel junkies Calee, Stephen and baby Nyla’s love affair with Jamaica is still going strong. Every week a new webisode of Pon Di Road in Jamaica shows us that something extra. Thus far in season two of the series visits to the virtually unseen rivers and beaches of the eastern Parish of Portland have kept us entranced and craving more.
As we get ready for today’s premiere of a brand new webisode let’s take a look back at last week’s webisode – Pon Di Road (Season 2) #9 – Errol Flynn Marina (Part 2) in the roundup! In part 2 of their visit to the famed Errol Flynn Marina in Portland Calee and Stephen get a short lesson in fishing and go shopping at the authentic Jamaican gift shop “Things Jamaican” where among other things they learn a bit of Jamaican Patois.
Calee, Stephen and baby Nyla’s journey “Pon Di Road in Jamaica” gets more and more exciting each week as they continue to explore Jamaica’s eastern parish of Portland. Lovely vistas and hidden treasures add increased appeal to the island’s natural charm. So far in Season 2 of the series we’ve seen these three venture out of the more familiar Kingston into Portland where we watched as they climbed the slippery cascades at Reach Falls. In case you may have missed what they’ve been up to since then here’s the roundup of “Pon Di Road (Season 2) #4 – Boston Jerk & Frenchmans Cove”.
After an exhilarating experience at Reach Falls, Calee, Stephen and Nyla continue their adventures in Portland with a stop for some famous Boston jerk. Well renowned as “The Jerk Capital of Jamaica” Boston Bay is a tantalizing treat for the taste buds. As the birthplace of Jerk food, Boston Bay is arguably the best place to sample all things Jerk in Jamaica and once a year hosts the Portland Jerk Festival, featuring live music, sideshows and hundreds of jerk food stalls. Roasted over Pimento leaves in large pits, jerk chicken or pork is cooked by each vendor with their own special “jerk sauce recipe. Watch and learn (as Stephen does) how the uniquely Jamaican dish is prepared.
Our favourite travel couple Calee and Stephen have come to the end of their Jamaican adventure (for now). For months we’ve watched them experience everything from climbing the cascading Dunn’s River Falls in Ocho Rios, to tubing on the White River, swimming with the dolphins at Dolphin Cove, parasailing at Cosmo’s Beach in Negril, touring the haunted rooms of the Rose Hall Great House in Montego Bay, riding in an aerial canopy tour and taking a bobsled coaster ride through a tropical rainforest at Mystic Mountain and so much more. Watch now, as they relive their amazing journey in the “Pon Di Road Recap”:
Don’t worry if you’ve missed out on any of the action, the entire season of “Pon Di Road” is still available for your viewing pleasure on our My Jamaica YouTube Channel and as a special treat we’ve decided to share with you the 10 most viewed webisodes of the season:
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Travel junkies Calee and Stephen have seen so much of Jamaica, but they still want more. So far through their weekly “Pon Di Road” webisodes we’ve seen them do everything from bobsledding through a tropical rainforest to getting relaxing couple’s massages while overlooking the crystal blue waters of the Caribbean Sea. Now, on the cusp of the premiere of a brand new webisode we bring you the Pon Di Road Weekly Roundup, just in case you may have missed the latest one.
Jamaica is famous for it’s delicious “street food”. Here you can purchase anything from boiled crabs to fried chicken right on the side of the road. Middle Quarters in St. Elizabeth is a popular spot for treats like this, spicy peppered shrimp is among the list of crowd favourites. In this webisode Calee and Stephen demonstrate just how easy it is to get a well cooked, filling meal on the streets of Jamaica’s South Coast. Remember, another “Pon Di Road” webisode premieres tomorrow at 5pm on our My Jamaica YouTube Channel, be sure to tune in to see where their journey takes them next!
Our favourite travel couple Calee and Stephen are still on the move, sharing a plethora of their experiences in Jamaica with the world in their weekly “Pon Di Road” webisodes. So far we’ve seen them do everything from parasailing to cliff diving and swimming with dolphins and stingrays (not to mention sampling a whole lot of Jamaica’s multifaceted cuisine along the way). After a virtual shrimp fest in Middle Quarters St. Elizabeth Calee and Stephen head for ‘Little Ochie’ Seafood Restaurant in Alligator Pond Manchester – one of the most authentically unspoiled coastal spots in Jamaica.
Reputed to be one of the best places to get seafood in Jamaica, ‘Little Ochie’ is a prime spot for weekend or holiday getaways. The destination is famous for its food, as much as for its beach. Patrons can enjoy over 75 freshly caught seafood dishes including curried or jerked shark, conch fritters, conch salad, jerk, curried, grilled or barbecued lobster, conch, eel, squid and seaweed soup, fried or steamed fish and festival and bammy to name a few. Or simply play in the rough waters and silver-sand beach of the south coast location. The lumber and thatched structures of his restaurant hug a silver sand beach where the sea breaks with playful ferocity along the shore giving it a tremendous atmosphere.
Calee and Stephen are an eccentric pair of travel enthusiasts hell bent on uncovering just about every Jamaican travel treasure and sharing their adventures with the whole world. With so many wonderful things to experience on this deceptively small island we can’t say that we blame them (or that we mind). The “Pon Di Road” webisodes keep rolling in and a new one premiere’s tomorrow! Just in case you missed their last adventure, here is the roundup of “Pon Di Road #17 – In Junction”:
Fresh from parasailing at Cosmo’s Beach and a relaxing couple’s massage atop the limestone cliffs of Negril’s scenic west end at The Caves Resort. Calee and Stephen head for Junction in St. Elizabeth, on Jamaica’s South Coast. A more laid back, eco-friendly environment the South Coast is a haven for travelers looking for a blissful off the beaten path vacation. Junction in particular is known for its tasty roadside peppered shrimp (crayfish) caught in Jamaica’s longest river, the Black River; home to numerous wildlife including the endangered American Crocodile.
From bobsledding through a rainforest and tubing down a river, to cliff diving, water sliding, parasailing and not to mention all the food along the way. Travel buffs Calee and Stephen have had their share of mind blowing Jamaican experiences, still they keep coming back for more! On the brink of the premiere of the 17th webisode of “Pon Di Road in Jamaica”, here’s the roundup of “Pon Di Road #16 – Visit to The Caves Resort in the Capital of Casual, Negril”.
Poised on the limestone cliffs of Negril’s scenic West End in Jamaica, The Caves captures all the essence of a seductive oceanfront sanctuary. Twelve exclusive cliffside accommodations, a Private Cave Dining, a sensual Cave Rum & Cigar Bar, and a seaview Aveda Amenity Spa offer a refreshingly organic interpretation of romance. Located close to Negril’s stunning seven-mile beachfront and endless azure waters, The Caves evokes the exoticism of the unexplored while offering all the comforts of home living. It is here that these two find themselves after parasailing at Cosmo’s Beach.