half moon, round hill, tryall

Oct 24th, 2002, 10:48 AM
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half moon, round hill, tryall

Which has the most tropical foliage--from someone who's been there?
Oct 24th, 2002, 10:54 AM
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Tryall, by a mile. It sits on 2200 acres. Makes it 6 or 8 times bigger than Round Hill, and 4 or 5 times bigger then Half Moon.
So there must be at least that same ratio for palm trees, hibiscus, oleander, frangiapani, bouganvillia, mango, breadfruit, and ackee trees.
Oct 24th, 2002, 01:06 PM
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Tryall...no doubt. The grounds are huge and if you stay in a villa you get a golf cart to ride around and check out the grounds. Just beautiful. Flowers, trees. It's a world renound golf course so you can just imagine the grounds are beautiful and tropical. We actually had ackee trees on our grounds and that's where the staff got our ackee for dinner. Tryall was probably the best vaction spot we have found. Pure relaxation and you sure feel spoiled when you leave. Check tryallclub.com many pictures there.
Oct 25th, 2002, 12:20 PM
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What about the nature reserves on round hill and half moon? Anybody?
Oct 26th, 2002, 01:33 AM
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The term 'nature reserves' itself is a giveaway. How about just 'grounds'? Tryall is the biggest, most lush resort on this stretch of the north coast. Go horseback riding at Orange Grove or Good Hope, check the wild botanical gardens at Blue Hole/Roaring River and Caledonia, Negril's Palm Conservatory and Gardens -- and the orchid growers up in Mandeville if you real horiticultural buff.

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