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Top 5 Heritage Sites in Kingston

Hope Botanical Gardens In 1881, two hundred (200) acres of Hope Estate was purchased by the Government to establish an experimental garden. Fifty (50) acres of the land were devoted to the development and distribution of new varieties of sugar cane, and ten (10) acres for planting teak, Liberian…

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GoldenEye, Jamaica: The Birthplace of Bond

In as fascinating a story as the novels themselves, James Bond has his very roots in Jamaica. Not only were all 13 James Bond novels written in Jamaica, but author Ian Fleming was himself enchanted by the island and called Jamaica his home. Ian Lancaster Fleming of the British Naval Intelligence…

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Kingston: A Closer Look at Devon House

Jamaica’s ‘Heartbeat’: Kingston, the hub of the hustle and bustle is the ideal place for the adventurous visitor! The activities in this city are unmatched, and show a different side to the island, quite unlike those found in Jamaica’s tourism capital Montego Bay.. Of all the things to do in…

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