I can make the experience to suit you. Let me know what you would like to do. **OPTION A Local bar/party/nightclub depending on the day of the weekend. Be prepared to chat and party with friends as we learn about each other's culture. ( 8 pm - 12 am) Enjoy the classic Jamaican Jerk/pan chicken in the streets of Kingston. Where we watch as the food is prepared while enjoying engaging conversations about the community (8 pm - 12 am) **OPTION B Make our way to Waves/Hellshire beach to enjoy some delicious escovitch fish and mellow with the locals. (11 am - 3 pm) **OPTION C Traverse the south coast of Kingston and explore the ruins of the once richest and wickedest city in the world... PORT ROYAL *Hold a vibe by Victoria Pier at the Waterfront and be mesmerized by the view and relish in seafood ( 2 pm - 6 pm)
I’m a 24 year old Analyst by day and Explorer by night. Jamaican History, restaurants & partying are what I live for. Growing up amidst the culture of Red Hills, Jamaica has given me knowledge and experience like no other. Much of my formative years took place in there. It’s not only a community but a culture that I am glad to be a part of. I've spent a lot of time around my family from the hills & valleys of St. Elizabeth, who love to cook so I can say I'm a low-key foodie. As a kid I fell in love with art and history in school. This has driven my exploring and adventurous spirit as I travel!
First round of drinks and Jerk Chicken
Chartered Cab to and from venue
Red/Mannings Hills Road in Kingston Jamaica is famous for its Jerk/Pan chicken. Several experienced roadside Chefs grill up a storm on their makeshift stoves. Relish in the aroma of a spicy meal as you watch it cook. Later on, the pace is picked up at the hottest party lounges in Kingston. Every day of the week a party is going on, have a drink and get loose with some dancehall music while hanging out with regular Jamaicans in a safe environment
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*Persons 18+ONLY * Take cash/card for food,drinks/ souvenirs
Living Local with a Jamaican