Mount Edge Guest House

Address: 17 mile post Newcastle Road, Kingston, Jamaica | Inn
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This inn, located on 17 mile post Newcastle Road, Kingston, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Birding and leaving Kingston

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

      12 photos

      ... damage, but it certainly really woke her up! The local spiced cake and a cuppa put us on the trail to look for birds and to check out the bird banding process. It was all really interesting and the bird count for the group ended up at 45. The group was really friendly and apparently delighted to have some Australian visitors. Wendy was endlessly frustrated by the fact she had stupidly brought the camera ...

      Two White Girls in a Mini-Bus, Jamaica

      A travel blog entry by vagabonddrift on Nov 07, 2014

      101 photos

      ... from the Reggae hostel in Kingston which was a nice surprise, and 4 of us went on a trip to visit 'The Blue Hole' where we had a guide that took us to various locations where we could jump off rocks, go on rope swings and even crawl into crevices. It was great. The next day we (the 4 of us again) had arranged to visit Nine Miles, the village where Bob Marley was brought up until he was 12 or 13. He would often return to visit his mother and family, and when he died in 1981 ...

      Volunteering Day!

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

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      ... knock this over but after all the stories, it's hard not to believe what could happen.

      The next job on the list was to use bricks to build walls. The locals mixed up some cement to hold the bricks together. This job was the worst, I reckon. It involved stacking brick after brick then putting a little bit of cement on the top and the sides of each brick. It was a slow job but I started to get into a rhythm of doing it. I personally think ...

      Trench Town - culture, people, music

      A travel blog entry by heartyjaney on Dec 02, 2013

      8 photos

      ... children in the community how to play an instrument.
      Just before sunset we left to get to Port Royal to watch the sun go down, but the drive was so long that we didn't make it in time. It was worth staying at the Yard a little longer though, especially for the amazing jerk chicken they cooked just a couple of blocks away!
      Finished of an amazing day at the Uptown Mondays dance - thumbs up ...


      A travel blog entry by comeasyouare on Nov 27, 2012

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      ... such fish, curried shrimp, pumpkin and squash, or even soy beef patties are also readily available. Which leads me to the best thing I have eaten and my new favourite food: Lobster Patties. Flaky Jamaican pastry stuffed with so much real Atlantic lobster it is bursting from the sides!

      The next time I go to Jamaica ( and "believe you me", there will be a next time), the only thing I am packing is my appetite.