Pine Grove Guest House

62 Duke Street, Kingston, Jamaica | Hotel
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Trench Town - culture, people, music

A travel blog entry by heartyjaney


... children in the community how to play an instrument.
Just before sunset we left to get to Port Royal to watch the sun go down, but the drive was so long that we didn't make it in time. It was worth staying at the Yard a little longer though, especially for the amazing jerk chicken they cooked just a couple of blocks away!
Finished of an amazing day at the Uptown Mondays dance - thumbs up ...

Jammin Jamaica

A travel blog entry by raymond.regine


... you don't count on though is out of Kingston there are no signs to direct you other than if you reach a main town but by that time it's possible to be on the completely opposite side of the island.  Our first stop was treasue beach, an off the beaten track seaside town on the southern side of the island. We managed to get there just before dark to Shana's relief (and secretly my as well). The spot we chose was called Jake's. A decidedly ...

Homeward bound, via Jamaica

A travel blog entry by louisekeen


... has a huge salt mine, and in the
mine, a huge underground salt cathedral.The mining method excavates huge tunnels - (100m long by 20m wide by 40m high!). We spent over 3 hours exploring the religious area where the 14 stages of Christ have been carved into the salt shafts and tunnels left after the mining finished. We also spent half an hour experiencing what it was like to be a miner, this included feeling our way through the tunnels in the dark. the whole ...

Spanish Town Part 1

A travel blog entry by mcfarlne


... very late and she would not go to bed so Trudy told her she had called the police. Jessica went screaming to Aunt Joyce “Aunt Jice, dem call Police afta me” :0). She later came running back stating “Me na scared a Police!” After a few more threats of police breaking in through the bathroom she disappeared and was asleep not too long after :0)

Bed time was hot hot hot, especially with no air con which had spoilt me rotten at the hotel! Plus I could ...

Jamaica, from the Blue Lagoon to the Blue Mountain

A travel blog entry by shellandmatt


... white dog who followed us all the way down. The walk down was sooooo much better and easier than going up. We were really lucky as we saw a rare bird called a Crested Quail Dove. Patty told us that he has people who make the trek just in hope of seeing this bird and that often they don’t see it. The bird is shaped like a dove with a big bulging chest but is about twice to three times the size. We all saw it at the end of the path, for about 3 seconds, before ...


This hotel, located on 62 Duke Street, Kingston, is near Port Royal, Trench Town, Cockpit Country, and Jamaica Hotel & Tourist Association.
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