Mikuzi Kingston

Address: 5 Upper Montrose Rd, Kingston, Jamaica | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 5 Upper Montrose Rd, Kingston, is near Devon House, Blue Mountains, National Gallery, and Sir Willliam Grant Park.
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Kingston

      Birding and leaving Kingston

      A travel blog entry by wendy.batey on Jan 31, 2015

      12 photos

      ... 2 hours for the food to arrive! Wendy really enjoyed another local dish “Jerk Chicken” – spiced, slow cooked chicken smoked with pimiento wood.

      Sunday 1st February

      About 6.30am the noise of others having an early morning cuppa woke us and Wendy rolled over, forgetting she was in a dodgy sloping single bed and again went splat… this time onto the floor. ...

      Two White Girls in a Mini-Bus, Jamaica

      A travel blog entry by vagabonddrift on Nov 07, 2014

      101 photos

      ... two nights there. On day 4 we took a route bus to Ocho Rios. I will be happy never to visit there again, Lydia thought it was OK. My reasoning was that you can't walk 1metre in peace without a local trying to swindle money off you. You couldn't even enjoy a conversation with them as they end up walking with you to your destination and you have to pay for their 'directions' even though you knew exactly where you were going! It was tedious. However, we bumped into 4 people ...

      Volunteering Day!

      A travel blog entry by dean.ambrose1 on Aug 09, 2014

      2 photos

      ... wood to start the frame structure of the houses. Once we had the wood for the frames I watched as the workers used hammers and nails to put the wood together. I thought it would have been a lot easier to just use a nail gun but the community and organisation could not afford one. I grabbed a hammer and a handful of nails and started to bang away into the strong hard wood. I shocked because the wood was so strong - I thought surely a hurricane ...

      Trench Town - culture, people, music

      A travel blog entry by heartyjaney on Dec 02, 2013

      8 photos

      ... as we were. We talked to a craftsman making necklaces and cups and after buying some of his art, he promised to give each of us a personal cup as a present.
      When we got back to the Culture Yard, one of the bands was practicing and we just couldn't leave the place. In addition there were a few students from Germany, who were attached to the organization "music without borders", ...

      Spanish Town Part 1

      A travel blog entry by mcfarlne on Aug 18, 2011

      2 comments, 22 photos

      ... is ready to leave.

      As we approached the taxi's we were engulfed in a sea of hustlers trying to encourage us onto their van. We left it to Junior to play the price game and identify the van road worthy enough and safe enough to get us from A to B. In fairness the vehicles I saw all looked pretty road worthy. The police have been cleaning up the state of the roads and what vehicles were driven on it. Years ago the taxI ranks would have looked like you were in "Scrap heap ...