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The Blue Mountains Jamaica: A Quick 'Peak'

Blue Mountain Peak is the highest place in Jamaica with a height of 2256 meters. The journey to the peak starts at Mavis Bank. You will then cross the river and initiate the thigh burning climb. 232 more words


4 Awesome social media campaigns happening in Jamaica right now

Developing country. The third world. Those poor people.

We have a skewed understanding of development. Development is a term that is intentionally left vague; standards of development are flexible. 1,437 more words

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The Problem With Jamaican Time

Have you ever been invited to an event which claims to start at say 8 am ‘SHARP’? You set your alarm for 8:10 am, you wake up, get ready and arrive at 10 am and still you are early for the event? 392 more words


Music Monday: Jah Cure - "Made in California"

Back by popular demand, it’s the return of Music Monday!

I’ve been on a bit of a blog hiatus. Starting the new school year has been busy, especially with the Blog it Home Tour (more on that INCREDIBLE opportunity later, I promise). 125 more words

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The Reggae Revival - A Thought Extension from March 23, 2015

Art is the expression of a creative skill. Culture is the arts and customs of a group. Culture is undefinable without art, it seems. The terms are inextricable. 275 more words


Who run the world? 

“A woman with a voice is by definition a strong woman. But the search to find that voice can be remarkably difficult.” – Melinda Gates… 523 more words

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A birthday gift from me to you - mango time!

Among all the things I could want for my birthday today, some Jama-education for my foreign friends would be good. So I thought I’d share some mango time facts. 373 more words

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