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this villa is a huideous eyesore punctuating the strip of beautiful Blue Lagoon villas. The vernacular is that of a cheap, Portmore shopping mall selling car batteries, garden hoses and such like. I can see the plastic skirting and the smeared walls by just looking at it. Who would want to inhabit this crap??? I am shocked that the neighbourhood committee (if there is one) allowed this deign to be a part of the famed villas.
That's a grossly subjective criticism and a somewhat unfair comparison to "Portmore shopping malls"Many of the famed villas you speak off however are slowly sinking into the Caribbean Sea, simply because they cared too much in "fitting in" than getting their engineering right.
You judge the outside without knowing or even understanding the engineering that went into that build. It's a representation of a conch shell and it is truly beautiful inside. Raw sewage or bath water does not flow into the and it was built to withstand the worst hurricane. This villa wasn't made to be hidden hence the name. Ayasowedeh.
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