Williams Guest Houses

Address: 52 Hope Road, Kingston, Jamaica | Hotel
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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

Two White Girls in a Mini-Bus, Jamaica

A travel blog entry by vagabonddrift on Nov 07, 2014

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... tour as Trench Town was too dangerous at the time we were there. Perhaps it was a good thing to leave in our imaginations anyway after our Nine Miles experience! On day 5 we got a ride with one of the guys that worked at the hostel in Ochi (for a reasonable fee) to Montego Bay. We went straight out into the centre and walked around looking straight ahead as we got hassled by vendors almost aggressively. Nowhere sold sunscreen and we bought some afro conditioner. We ...

Flying High

A travel blog entry by dean.ambrose1 on Aug 08, 2014

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... makes the activity very safe for students. There were two ways to get to the top of the platform for the zip line - you could climb up a vertical pole that had to be at least 20 feet high or you could just take the stairs. I attempted to climb the huge vertical pole. I put one foot on the step then the other and before I knew it I was up, but damn I was tired. This activity is achievable for any student ...

"Jamaican me crazy"

A travel blog entry by gregstjohn on Nov 13, 2013

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... I might do in Jamaica I kept saying that I will stay open to what shows its self; that was my best thinking! What really blew me away was when I saw the same unfinished repair job on the same bench still unfinished with nine extra months of accumulated dust on it. I did manage to repair and get the workshop compressor up and running though. The workshop is busy with an order of small boxes they are trying to complete. I had forgotten how warm Jamaica is too. Until next time, ...

Jammin Jamaica

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

1 comment, 15 photos

... worth the visit.  Jamaicas also known for having the most churches per square kilometer in the world but equally as impressive is the number of local "jerk" spots they have. Jerk being the traditional way of spicing and preparing different meats like chicken, pork and fish. We tried a popular spot called Scotchies in Montego Bay and luckily just made it before the closed. We were there on a Sunday night but apparently it super vibey most other times ...

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 ...