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... is broad. They offer janitorial services, window cleaning, floor maintenance, carpet cleaning, power washing, replace lights, house cleaning, floor stripping and floor waxing.
Mr. Sanitizer give specific meaning of window cleaning, they seek the best professional window cleaners to maintain your facilities image. They also give carpet cleaning services which requires using van mounted extraction systems with steam and enzymes. ...
... would be allright and he should start his journey back to Portland and I took a taxi back to my hotel. This is the 'dangerous' city life again, sometimes better taking a taxi if not knowing where to go, else I usually don't mind just walking around and asking for my way, but my friend told me 'this is Kingston, you don't ask, you have to know'. Allright mon. Jah, rasta for right
... to new life here in the States.
We had been warned that Jamaica was extremely violent and that we should not try to immerse ourselves in local life. We had been cautioned to stay on the compound as much as possible and hire private taxis instead of taking public transportation. When we arrived, Laura and I found the atmosphere to be quite okay, mon. Granted, there were signs of violence. Almost all buildings we saw had bars on the windows and doors and ...
... to the terraced trickling waterfall and just up a few stairs is a large passageway in the coral which leads to the outdoor shower area. Here you will also find a wood carved sink and additional toilet.
Back inside the hut you will see the high climbing wood carved staircase which brings you to the
second level's massive bedroom, sleeping 6 guests comfortably in 2 queens, 1 single and a long sofa. The third level is the look-out tower and albeit is more ...
... by the native Arawak people of Jamaica who are also known as Tainos. They have etched sketchings on the caves which reflect the customs and the traditions of their people. The cave contains a petroglyph carved of a face which is estimated to be about seven hundred years old. The caves contain no evidence of being homes to the Tainos based on the fact that the Tainos drew effigies of themselves of their gods as a sign of respect for ...