Tag Archive: jamaica

Make sure every picture has a story to tell

Posted in Insider Knowledge by Camilla on

Ensconced in your vacation destination is a magnificent story, waiting to be revealed by none other than you. The best way to capture its magic, to relive time and again, is through the eye of a lens. Photography puts you in the narrator’s seat, giving you free reign to encapsulate the essence of your journey. However, if you’re in need of little inspiration, look no further, here are some helpful tips on making sure every picture has a story to tell.

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Martyn’s Inside Scoop on InFocus, A Travel Encyclopaedia for 21st Century Holidaymaker

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By sea, air and land I have travelled the far corners of the Caribbean to help bring you the very best televisual treats in the form of InFocus. As the resident Blue Bay Travel Production Assistant, I am often asked what I get up to, after 4 trips I thought it was about time I give you all the insider info.

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Island-Hopping and Adventure-Seeking with Carnival Cruise Lines

Posted in InFocus, Insider Knowledge by Martyn on

You know we like a good adventure, and we're always on the look-out for new and innovative ways to help you discover more of the world. To this end we recently created a number of new and exclusive fly, cruise & stay packages to help you see more of planet earth in the most stylish way possible. In order to vouch for their much-spoken gloriousness we decided to send out the InFocus video crew to do some recon. This is the story from the cruise stretch of their adventure, as seen though the eyes of Martyn.

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Port to Port: Cruising Through Falmouth, Jamaica with Carnival Cruise Lines

Posted in InFocus, Insider Knowledge by Tom on

Many places in Jamaica have made it into the common parlance of UK Holidaymakers (Montego Bay, Ocho Rios, Kingston and the like), celebrated on the back of modern transatlantic tourism. They’re renowned for their big personalities; for the colour, music, and style that we see as synonymous with the Jamaican identity. But in Falmouth the yam-sellers still call. The streets are offset with the milky whites of English-colonial limestone. The smell of sugar-cane and fried fruits fills the market squares. Falmouth remembers right in its bones what it means to be Jamaican, all the way back to the emancipation.

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