Liguanea Club

Knutsford Boulevard, Kingston, Jamaica | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Knutsford Boulevard, Kingston, is near Port Royal, James Bond Beach, National Heroes Park, and Institute of Jamaica.
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    Travel Blogs from Kingston

    Relaxing at the beach and being introduced Dub

    A travel blog entry by heartyjaney on Dec 01, 2013

    5 photos

    ... beach. It was a sunday and I knew that they would have a beach party there later. It was still before noon and I didn't have to pay to access the beach. One fact that I really found strange, is that in Mobay, without a big public beach around, you actually have to pay to get to the water..
    I ordered a freshly made pineapple juice and beef pattie and just relaxed in the sand without a ...

    Jammin Jamaica

    A travel blog entry by raymond.regine on Jul 27, 2012

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... type place with individual houses that line the sea side. Some would dare to call it "hippy" - namely Shana and I. But besides that it's an incredible spot. We had a small one bed place which opened up onto the sea. Oh and did we mention its hot? Well it's reediculously hot. And don't expect aircon anywhere. The only way we realized we could cool off was to constantly go for swims in the salt water pool throughout the day. At night we waged war ...

    Homeward bound, via Jamaica

    A travel blog entry by louisekeen on Mar 21, 2012

    2 comments, 115 photos

    ... bizarre, incredible
    and very interesting.

    Our last day in Colombia we hit the museums, the biggie is the gold museum with over 55,000 gold exhibits. I remember going to see the El Dorado exhibition in London when I was at university and being amazed then. I was still amazed by the volume and diversity of the pieces, not to mention the skill of the craftsmen. I do admit to ducking out after 3 hours when I was just golded out. Another very interesting stop ...

    Jamaica, from the Blue Lagoon to the Blue Mountain

    A travel blog entry by shellandmatt on Mar 14, 2010

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... and flew away up the mountain.

    So fully exhausted and quite proud of our efforts we made it back to Lime tree farm for a rest. That night we celebrated Matt’s birthday with more Red Stripe and a surprise birthday cake! Roger introduced us to Rum and Ting. This is local Jamaican Rum (Appleton’s) mixed with Ting (A fizzy grapefruit juice drink). It was really good! The next day we had a nice breakfast of Ackee, juice, coffee and toast and then ...

    Yarman - as they say around here!

    A travel blog entry by pjh60 on Mar 06, 2010

    6 photos

    ... again and have decided to offer 3 kinds of beer instead of wine. I have Tsingtao Beer from China (well cheap on the ship €8.73 for 12 x 600ml bottles) Fat Tire, Amber Ale (5.2% ABV) from New Belgium Brewing, Fort Collins, USA and Yuengling Traditional Lager by America’s Oldest Brewery, D G Yuengling & Son, Inc., Pottsville, PA, no ABV stated. With some paprika chips as nibbles, I reckon this will lower the proceedings accordingly. The beer is in the fridge as ...