4M's Cottage

Address: Treasure Beach, Kingston, Jamaica | Inn
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This inn, located on Treasure Beach, Kingston, is near Port Royal, Trench Town, Cockpit Country, and Pat Stanigar's Creations in Southside.
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Travel Blogs from Kingston

Sailing along the south coast of Jamaica

A travel blog entry by wendy.batey on Feb 02, 2015

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Monday 2nd February

We’ve decided we’ll fly out of Montego Bay on the 17th Feb, so that means a leisurely time around Jamaica rather than rush anywhere else. We are now sitting waiting for the marina bill to arrive so we can depart. We’re leaving WIFI land so you won’t hear from us for a

We eventually left the mooring about 11am ...

Teach Wendy to read a frequent flyer itinerary!!

A travel blog entry by wendy.batey on Jan 27, 2015

4 comments, 20 photos

... forest was beautiful, but something happened to the driver, turning him into a maniac, so the rest of the trip was a bit unpleasant, being thrown about on windy mountain roads, deafened by an almost constant beeping of the horn, and then a terrifying race through city traffic…. phew… we made it safely back to the market area. To calm the nerves a bit and shake out the stiffness in the limbs we did ...

Getting in there to lend a hand

A travel blog entry by samburgess on Nov 01, 2014

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... i was helping were everyday people that were just unlucky enough to be caught in a hurricane. i loved doing the work for the people as i got to meet new people and lend a helping hand. I learnt a lot of tricks and tips to building a home and i understand a bit more how lucky we can be and that all we need to do is give a hand no matter how big or small it brings good to ...

A Great Introduction to Jamaica

A travel blog entry by dean.ambrose1 on Aug 07, 2014

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... we went to the street markets. We were able to shop and eat. There was plenty of time to get clothes and miscellaneous items for a good price. Whilst I was in the markets the tour guide recommended that I try some of Jamaica's famous Jerk chicken or pork. I went with the jerk pork and OMG! It was amazing and I could not believe how good it tasted. It's spicy but wouldn't be too spicy for students, who should ...

The hub

A travel blog entry by zeqiu on Jun 12, 2013

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... Jamaican national language is Jamaican Patois, but most of the people knows English because Jamaica was one of British colonies. There are about 3 million of people live in the country with total 24,750 USD GDP. Jamaica is the third largest island in the Caribbean, lies in the hurricane belt of the Atlantic Ocean and because of this, the island sometimes suffers significant storm damage. Jamaica had been ruled bu Spanish, British ...

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