Month: May 2013

May 26th: Church in Jamaica

The drive to Clarendon was lovely! Jamaica has great highways believe it or not. There isn’t much to really talk about on this day expect when I was asked to go up to the pulpit to talk about myself and what I do- working with youths at a detention centre. […]

May 24th: Jerk Chicken

What most signify a Jamaican experience to a foreigner but eating jerk chicken…at the beach. I mean, just the mere mention of jerk chicken will signal minds to the Jamaican culture and of course beaches are like the additional bonus. To Jamaicans, this is no big deal instead, what constitutes […]

Day 22 to 25: School system in Jamaica

Although there are some aspect of Jamaica that is changing like wildfire- in particular the homosexual culture, there are other things that haven’t change- prayers in school. It almost seem odd to watch these boys clasp their hands and repeat a prayer, something they have been doing since they entered […]