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    $10.00 U.S. Complete Breakfast

    Face it the eggs and bacon and fruit and toast and juice and coffee are deal, the location priceless
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    I have won many awards in a lifetime of competition and service. But the highest was offered without plaque or fanfare on a hilltop in post Ivan Jamaica. A true Rasta and a dear friend observed "Chet you are like a father of men, you see need and fulfill that need without being asked". Let us be travelers and not tourist.

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    and where do we find you???

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    I would be sitting in Gino's Italaian Restaurant at Mariposa Hideaway
    I have won many awards in a lifetime of competition and service. But the highest was offered without plaque or fanfare on a hilltop in post Ivan Jamaica. A true Rasta and a dear friend observed "Chet you are like a father of men, you see need and fulfill that need without being asked". Let us be travelers and not tourist.

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    that looks delightful...i was wondering if you stayed there, or even maybe looked at their rooms
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    I would be sitting in Gino's Italaian Restaurant at Mariposa Hideaway

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    @ekfa51: We have stayed at Mariposa Hideaway for many years, this being no exception. It's our "home away from home", our own little piece of Paradise.
    I have won many awards in a lifetime of competition and service. But the highest was offered without plaque or fanfare on a hilltop in post Ivan Jamaica. A true Rasta and a dear friend observed "Chet you are like a father of men, you see need and fulfill that need without being asked". Let us be travelers and not tourist.

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    Re: $10.00 U.S. Complete Breakfast

    Was the rum cream just decoration?

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    Like the scenery, but not to sound snobbish....

    but for $10 I'm kind of expecting more when it comes to breakfast.

    I could make bacon,eggs, and white toast in less than five minutes.

    Need some more creativity mon.

    Okay, maybe I am a snob when it comes to breakfast, but I'm also willing to pay more to have things like lobster benedict or an extremely well done omelet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blake View Post
    Okay, maybe I am a snob when it comes to breakfast, but I'm also willing to pay more to have things like lobster benedict or an extremely well done omelet.
    this is Negril and your aren't doing breakfast at the Ritz Carlton on South Beach.........
    for years mi survived on peanut porridge, bush tea and fruit for breakfast in Negril......
    only a couple bucks.........

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    There is a small shack to the right of The Palms on the beach. Set back a bit,but had a nice fresh breakfast there.Not sure if it is still open. Country Country is nice but they do RIP you off in price.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko View Post
    this is Negril and your aren't doing breakfast at the Ritz Carlton on South Beach.........
    for years mi survived on peanut porridge, bush tea and fruit for breakfast in Negril......
    only a couple bucks.........

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    Probably why I usually just skip breakfast! I'll start my day with a nice rum drink and some jerk chicken, for some reason I'm a lot pickier when it comes to breakfast than I am when it comes to lunch or dinner.

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