Hotel Four Seasons

18 Ruthven Road, Kingston, Jamaica | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kingston

"Jamaican me crazy"

A travel blog entry by gregstjohn

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Second day on Jamaican soil, first blog. Flights here went well and I managed to keep my eyes closed for several hours during what were Jamaican sleeping hours. My first day, yesterday was spent catching up with my friend and several of the staff here at Alpha Boys. I had started the day at 3.30am so only lasted to 7.30 pm. Today I managed to get into the wood workshop and 'touch base' with what's been happening there. It's funny but, for the whole time I've been thinking ...

Immigration & Home Visits

A travel blog entry by moiracaseys

Today. Was. Long.
Immigration took forever, but that's bureaucracy for you. My friend/ fellow volunteer Lindsay & I were told to bring a book to pass the time, so I read a bit of Angela's Ashes. Even though that book is heartbreaking, it does make me want to think about going to graduate school in Ireland. Perhaps I shall apply to a few schools in the fall.
After immigration, we went to sort out things at the bank- ...

Homeward bound, via Jamaica

A travel blog entry by louisekeen

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... crab backs.
Back along the coast we stopped at the Pelican Bar, a precarious looking wooden hut on stilts that served up beers and local food. It was also an excellent place for snorkelling and watching the stingrays in the crystal clear water.

On Monday, the others had work/school so we headed off for the north coast to the tropical village of Port Antonio and some glorious, yet still un-touristy beaches with more perfect blue water.
Fishermans Cove ...

I will try and catch up with timings!

A travel blog entry by pjh60

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... the south across the island to the northern coast where we met another group also doing the bike ride. Before the two mini busses started the long mainly single track road up into the mountains, I heard the lead driver say to Kenny, ‘Take it easy, watch out for pot holes and unmade bits, and if something comes towards you and you can’t get out of the way, close your eyes!’ Kenny then tried to reassure us that the other driver was joking. He wasn’t.

The ...

Yarman - as they say around here!

A travel blog entry by pjh60

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... voyage ends.

The excitement almost got too much yesterday as the ship’s crew practised lifeboat drill. This involved us pax donning our life jackets and hard hats (not too sure why we had to wear the hats, but everybody did) and going to the muster station on ‘C’ deck. After being counted by the Mate, the crew clambered into the lifeboat and we took pictures. Seeing everybody together in one place was quite odd as that very rarely happens. Goss point ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on 18 Ruthven Road, Kingston, is near Bob Marley Museum, Port Royal, James Bond Beach, and National Heroes Park.
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