Williams Guest Houses

Address: 52 Hope Road, Kingston, Jamaica | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 52 Hope Road, Kingston, is near Port Royal, Trench Town, Cockpit Country, and Pat Stanigar's Creations in Southside.
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Travel Blogs from Kingston

Birding and leaving Kingston

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

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... course, especially with their help we saw and identified quite a few. Ann then gave us a bit of a talk about the history of the property and her bird banding program. We were fortunate to be able to get a ride back into town to a restaurant for dinner. Half a dozen others joined us and it was wonderful to be able to chat to a few locals. It was especially great to have such interesting company because it ...

Two White Girls in a Mini-Bus, Jamaica

A travel blog entry by vagabonddrift on Nov 07, 2014

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... control you experienced a super relaxed state. There are speed limits but none are adhered to except on highways where the speed limits seem far too low and they can get pulled over - we only experienced them on a fraction of our journeys. In Port Antonio we stayed in an Air B and B which was a traditional wooden house on stilts embedded in the hillside. It had amazing views of the small town and the West harbour. We spent quite a bit of time chilling on the veranda ...

Volunteering Day!

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

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... I felt bad for them and thought they were unlike the majority of Australians who have been brought into this world with enough money for shelter, food and some luxuries like cars. Volunteering made me realise that for people in poor countries like Jamaica, they can't take anything for granted. I think volunteering with Projects Abroad would make Australian students realise how lucky they have it.

After digging I was told to help cut ...

Trench Town - culture, people, music

A travel blog entry by heartyjaney on Dec 02, 2013

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... longest, because one guy in our group was a rasta from Chile and he wouldn't have let us to a quick one ;)
Gotta say, turned out to be the best decision we made. We were guided by a local rastaman with the name stoneman. He knew the people that lived in the area and we were generally accepted with a lot of curiosity. I believe not a lot of tourists wonder about in the area and they are just ...

FOOOOOOOODDDDDDDD

A travel blog entry by comeasyouare on Nov 27, 2012

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... No problem mon! Plenty of chicken and beef dishes. Spicy jerk, creamy coconut curry, or blackened with butter sauce, just say the word and it will be prepared to order.

Don't forget Jamaican Patties! They are a traditional fast food here with Juci patty and Tastee patty brands held up as national treasures. I have always know that you can get chicken, beef or mixed veggie patties but was pleasantly surprised to find ...