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    What Time Is It?

    Leaving on the 6am flight from Philly. Wed. What do you think, should I bring my watch?

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    i never wear a watch when in Negril

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    Time in Negril is measured in days, not minutes and hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Hudson View Post
    Time in Negril is measured in days, not minutes and hours.
    If you're on vacation..............
    Captain Dave

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    No watch. In JA, its either day time or night time. Don't need to know much more than that.
    ONE LOVE!

    MIDIRI (A.K.A. FUD)

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    Personally I wouldn't be taking a watch. I only know of 3 times while in Negril. Mornin' time, Sunset & Night time.

    Have a great time, whatever the time!!

    Peace,
    Islander - Brynn
    Looking forward to our next visit to beautiful Jamaica! See you soon!!

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    the watch comes off when I get on the plane.........never to be used in Negril

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    No sir, no watch in Jamaica!! Only need for a watch is when I am leaving and the day of my return. Mi no need no watch any other time. That is part of what I love about being on vacation. As a retired RN, a watch was always required...once retired, no need for the watch. Gives me a total sense of freedom without one. Actually, I don't even own a watch now!! My husband has one that he wears for traveling, other than that, he doesn't wear one either now. Can't wait to reach...packing now and of course, fretting over trying not to pack so much....again. After 28 trips, one would think I would have it down pat....no sir, still looking about it...and I don't leave until the 14th.....but, I'm sure I will get it down. I swear, the changes in all the airline stuff has really messed up my rotation!!! Soon come..........

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    The ony time that I am a slave to the clock is on departure day. So bring your watch, but there is no need to wear it until then.
    There are clocks around, someone else with a watch. or cell phones if you really need to know the time.

    Otherwise; wake when you are rested, eat when you are hungry, drink when you are thristy and sleep when you are tired. It's a wonderful feeling!

    Avoid the tan line! lol
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