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Jul112008

A little about TenSing Pen

Joey's Uncle Doug suggested a few years ago that Joey and I go to Jamaica and stay at TenSing Pen, and we did, and wow.... We fell in love with this place before we even arrived.

We found ourselves not wearing shoes, having the best sleep of our lives, and just relaxing. Relaxing is huge for us! Being in NYC, we are always GO GO GO! When you fall asleep, you hear the ocean right outside your window, the plant life is that of a fairy tale, and the cliffs and ocean are simply breath taking. We showered with crabs running around at our feet, and ate the most delicious natural food we have ever tasted. I even got Joey in a boat and up on a parasail.


You can always find out more at TenSingPen.com

Here is some Travel Information:

You will need a valid Passport to get to Jamaica, you can go through your local post office to obtain one.

Air Travel

Airport: Sangster International Airport, Montego Bay (MBJ)

American Airlines
Nonstop from New York (JFK), Boston, Miami
No fee for reservations made online at www.aa.com, enter A6859AD under "Promotion Code". AA charges $10 for tickets purchased via the phone or $15 at the airport.

Air Jamaica
Nonstop from Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, Atlanta, Baltimore/Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, Chicago, Newark, Boston, Los Angeles, New York (JFK), and Toronto.
Champagne is complimentary on all classes.

Continental / Delta
Continental offers nonstop flights from Newark and Delta from JFK.

From the airport at Montego Bay, it is a 50-mile drive southwest to Negril, a trip that usually takes 2 hours but could take more or less, depending on traffic conditions. The road winds scenically past ruins of sugar estates and great houses.

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