Mack Jones (Locksmith) Limited is your trusted safe cracking expert. With a vast experience in high security safes, ATMs, bank vaults, and every safe within homes and business
es, we can carefully open and repair your safe. Safe cracking is an art, a skill and takes patience, perseverance, knowledge, and an understanding of precisely how safes are built and designed. Just about any safe or vault are typically returned to service after a professional opening, with little or no signs of the breach, as long as the proper techniques are utilised to open and fix it.
We are experts in damage-free, or in those cases where "manipulation" is not a possible option, minimal-damage openings. We utilise only those opening, repair and service procedures which are recommended or endorsed by the world's major safe and vault engineers and by virtually all of the major OEM safe & vault service sectors. We also service all the major brands and types of safes and vaults including:
• Bank and mercantile vaults, ATMs, night depositories and all manner of banking equipment.
• High security jeweller's safes
• Insulated fire and data safes, vaults and fire-resistant files.
• Jamaica Government (GSA) Security Containers including inspecting & recertification of GSA containers.
• Money depositories and commercial safes frequently used in supermarkets, restaurants, etc.
• Heirloom, antique, rare, exotic, unusual and unique safes and vaults.
Along with the advanced training, skills and experience required, Mack Jones also employs many custom-designed tools, as well as other excellent equipment to assist open your safe or vault, such as safe-lock, re-locking device and boltwork manipulation tools, high security key lock picking devices, high-speed drilling machines, medical-grade fibre optic instruments, high-tech lighting devices and miniature, high-resolution video systems. Use of this equipment allows us to minimise damage to your safe or vault and also to the valuable contents in it, while opening it in the most efficient and affordable manner.
Over 50 years;Security advisor;Safe & vault expert;UK trained Read more......Read less
Villa Sonaté is a privately owned and operated single story property that has offer five star accomodations. Our quaint little getaway is located in the temperate hills of Ca rdiff Hall, Runaway Bay, St. Ann bordering the Runaway Bay Golf Course, Villa Sonaté offers total rest, relaxation and total rejuvenation of the mind body and spirit. The ultimate in peace and tranquility. Escapism at its best. Ideally suited for families, small groups, reunions, couples, weddings, etc. We offer a variety of meal plans to suit any palletete at our intimate "Lantana Restaurant." Read more......Read less
Located on world-famous Seven Mile Beach, Idle Awhile’s The Beach is a boutique retreat of just eight rooms and eight suites. Guests can stroll in either direction and find
cafes, bars and nightlife. The hotel has a beach-chic ambiance with gracious staff and comfortable accommodations. For action a little further afield, we can arrange for a taxi to the town of Negril (eight minutes) or to the West End Cliffs (fifteen minutes), where you can find a variety of restaurants, bars and shopping. Negril is one hour's drive from Sangster International Airport, in Montego Bay.
Meals are served alfresco at Chill Awhile, our beach restaurant. Delight in international cuisine with tantalizing Caribbean flavors. Jamaica's renowned herbs and spices-fiery Scotch bonnet pepper, pimento, nutmeg, ginger, tamarind and sweet coconut-are added to dishes made with fresh seasonal produce and local seafood. For guests in the one-bedroom suites, a private chef can be arranged. Read more......Read less
This little gem nestled on the west end road is a delightful place to dine. It is an outdoor type restaurant, which offers nothing but authentic Jamaican cuisine. If you need
to stimulate your taste buds in a rustic-like environment, then Sip and Bites is indeed the place to be!
Sip and Bites have amazing staffs who offer exceptional service. The food is definitely to die for, you can prove this when you taste their wondrous breakfast combinations, ackee and calaloo or their well prepared conch and juicy curried chicken available in the evenings.
The flavour of their evening meals can be complimented with rice and peas and freshly tossed salads all served with homemade fruit drinks including their delicious sour sop juice.
This fabulous restaurant's food and service was rated at a 4.5/5 by the trip advisor and as a 5/5 by I go you go in their reviews.
What more than Sip and Bites could you ask for when you need tantalising meals at an affordable price? Read more......Read less
Read up on the characters, setting and plot that make Jakes singular, lyrical and altogether memorable. From us to all, one love.
The Legend: The late Perry Henzell co-wrote and directed Jamaica’s first major motion picture that burst reggae into new international consciousness. According to Rolling Stone, The Harder They Come has the best movie soundtrack of all time. The legacy endures, all over, just right.
The Architect: The wondrously inventive Sally Henzell is a set designer, poet and artist to the core. With nary a lick of architectural education, she’s built up the islands most iconic properties. Each comes to her in a dream, of the earth and undulating with fearless color.
The Activator: After his mother opened Jakes, Jason saw in her audacious idea a business opportunity. He proved the unseen south coast could indeed become a true destination. Then came his own big vision… building the region’s preeminent Sports Park acr oss the street.
The Educator: Jason’s wife Laura imagined a driftwood enclosed yoga deck above the sea and a world-class spa with island aromas below-and made it all happen. She recruits top yogis to Jakes and teaches herself. Plus, she opened a brilliant primary school for area youth.
The Enricher: Jason’s sister Justine works to sustain and protect her father’s artistic legacy. And along the way, she enhances the world with her own films and ideas. She is a producer behind Calabash, the powerhouse literary festival that’s rendered Jakes an artistic pilgrimage.
1660S SHIPWRECK SWEETSPOT: When a Scottish ship sank close to Treasure Beach, its sailors swam up and stayed. They married beautiful Jamaican women, originating a concentrated genetic jackpot of gorgeous Jamaicans with Scottish surnames, light eyes, reddish hair and remarkable skin. Locally, we call dem Reds.
“IN THIS PARISH WE WORK, NOT SHIRK.”: The slogan on an old sign welcoming peo ple to St. Elizabeth promises both the best of St. Bess and a population set apart by steadfast ethics and efforts. Able farmers and fishermen instilled the reputation, and we make it stay.
ARID PARADISE: The Santa Cruz Mountains naturally shelter Treasure Beach from the reams of rainfall that soak the north, so our tropical sanctuary grows both cacti and broad acacia.
BIG FISHING: The fishermen here fish like they have for centuries: with nets, traps, pots and dugout canoes. And 60 miles off the coast is a fertile bank called the Pedro Cays, where the trades most diehard make their home and sail in the seas bounty daily.
FARM FRESH: Our parish is the islands supplier for fruits and vegetables, growing everything from sweet melons to scotch bonnet in abundance. Farmers cover their rich red soil with blankets of guinea grass to keep the minimal moisture-and then tenderly tend the rows.
Approximate Population: 3500
Clotheslines: 3500 / Dryers: 0
Communit y Organizations: 8
Temperature: 85, every day
Rum bars in the middle of the ocean: 1
All-Inclusive Chain Hotels: 0
Sally Henzell contains multitudes. She’s a bona fide set designer, window dresser, poet, muse, painter, planter, builder, stylist and most recently, architect.
In 1991, she bought a little mud and wattle house in Treasure Beach, just down the road from where she spent her childhood summers.
Sally says, “Now this little parcel of land was well known to me. It was where we ended up having walked down the reef with Daddy so that he could shoot our breakfast in Barracuda Hole and where on the tiny beach we could meet up with the neighbouring kids and play.”
She soon turned her little house into a restaurant and people started coming. Sally had a lot of friends who wanted to stay over. So she built some groovy rooms, which then attracted groovy people.
Sally reminisces: “My son Jason, who had a perfectly good job at a bank in Mobay came to see what ole flipperty-jibbet Mummy was about and saw a potential that was a far larger ambition than mine.”
Jason bought more land. Sally began to build one bespoke cottage after another. Then she visited Barcelona to see Gaudis work: “Everything he did mattered, when he built a house he also built the furniture, put on the doorknobs and possibly the street lamp opposite with the ornate bench underneath it.”
Sally returned and built more, differently and beautifully, above and beyond. And Jakes became everything it is. Community maker. Love cultivator. Here is where the heart is. Read more......Read less