Truly, I am in love with Jamaica. When I think things can’t possibly get better it does. When I think that I have already seen most of what I had […]
When the week started on May 20th I was looking forward to what was in store. My cousin was off on vacation so I wasn’t sure how I would be making it to Kingston. On the first day, I woke up drowsy. It seemed that the weekend had taken a […]
Another wonderful weekend. The church I have been attending here in Portmore coordinated a trip to Dunn’s River Falls. All along I had been debating whether or not I wanted to attend, but on Friday night I made the decision I would be ready for 8:30am. When Saturday morning came, […]
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 […]
Travelling from Portmore, St. Catherine to St. Thomas was a rough ride. Not like the smooth pavements observed when driving to Montego Bay last weekend. Who is complaining? The twists and turns, the bumps, the sharp curves, the deep potholes, the unpaved roads all made for an interesting journey. Along […]
This experience is for the young and adventurous- Don’t think I’d like to take a bus in the Kingston Terminal again. One time was enough. JUTA- Jamaica Urban Transit company- kinda like TTC.
I never thought I would be fascinated about highways, of all things. But even the very highway was an attraction for me. I drove from Runaway Bay (Ocho Rios) through Falmouth, Trelawny; then to Montego, St. James until I arrived at a small town called Anchovy. It’s country, that’s what […]
A monument for Bob Marley
Thought this car was cool…
The green river I was talking about..