Category Archive: Site Inspection


Sleuthing Sandals: A Secluded Celebration at Sandals Royal Caribbean

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If you'd told me I'd be spending my birthday on a private island in Jamaica I'd probably have slapped you silly for inciting false hope. But that's exactly where I found myself when I rocked up to Sandals Royal Caribbean for the penultimate stay of my Jamaican adventure with Sandals Resorts.

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Sleuthing Sandals: Getting to Grips with the Sandals Resorts Philosophy at Sandals Whitehouse

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There was a moment when everything snapped into place and I really understood the Sandals Resorts concept, and that moment came to pass at Sandals Whitehouse. This is a story best told in reverse, so we'll begin on the morning of my last day at Sandals Whitehouse and work backwards from there. Trust me, it's best this way.

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Sleuthing Sandals: Knuckling Down With Beaches Negril

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My first full day in Jamaica shall forever be written in history as the day that I, a grown man, had an epic fan-girl moment over Elmo. On a high-velocity adventure around the environs of Jamaica, taking in all things under the Sandals Resorts banner as their honoured guest, take a look at what I discovered.

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Naomi and her Whistle-stop Photoblog of Mauritius

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Naomi is a proud lover of all things Tropical. In her pursuit of the most tropical of tropical things, Naomi recently found herself on the tropical island of Mauritius. And as is the done thing when it comes to all things tropical, Naomi has fabulously photographed the voluptuous assets of the island. This is her story, told in pictures. Think of them as space-age hieroglyphs to guide you gently to sunnier skies. Enjoy!

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Barbados: The Island Of Unlimited Possibilities

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Sunday was an excursion extravaganza, fitting in a full taster of what Barbados has to offer. This is the huge advantage over many of the other Caribbean islands - a huge range of things to see and do. We started with us being taken on the Bajan Bus… the oldest one on Barbados.

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