Visting Port Royal with friends and learning about it’s history. The best part was visiting the restaurant, Gloria’s: Fish soup for our appetizer, the second course was a large brown stewed fish on a platter with two slices of bammy on the side.
Now that I’ve been here for close to two months, Jamaica is slowly revealing its flaws to me. It wasn’t long that I accepted that some days I’ll have to bathe with cold water; but I did not anticipate having to bathe from a basin. This was not in the travel […]
Deciding to turn down my books, shut the laptop lid, and spend time with Jamaica so that I could go swim in the river.
Having to make the decision about studying for a subject I hadn’t grasp yet, or spending the day at the beach, since that was the reason I came to Jamaica, was a continuous mental battle, that left be dissatisfied- until I understood that my group was counting on me, and I didn’t want to fail.
The last few days have been nothing short of amazing. Jamaica is the only country I know that do community projects on labour day. And I certainly had my day jam packed with heavy labour.. I may have to take up painting as my trade with all the experience I […]
Shopping downtown Kingston, Jamaica for groceries, and household supplies to prepare my campus apartment with Patrice, who did the hard work for me, as I familiarize myself with vendors in Jamaica.
Settling in my campus residence and seeing that it was everything that I had imagined; balcony, surrounded by beautiful mountains, makes me content as I make Jamaica my home.
I had orientation a few days again. It was held in the very same Faculty of Law building I made a declaration a year ago that, “I see myself here”. As I sat down by the quadrangle inside the building looking up at the sky, I feel that this is […]
1. Ants: The ants are not my friend. They go everywhere.. in my clothes, my food, they bite me and crawl on my computer. I hear they chew electrical cords so I have to make sure my computer is safe. They make rows on the walls but I have no idea […]
The documentary is called, Black fish, which talks about the Orca whales. They are like dolphins and are used at sealand/Sea World parks. You know those amazing black and white creatures that people will swim with at these parks, and who trainers get to do all kinds of tricks so that the public is […]