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Leon's Lobster Hut

Literally steps from the ocean on Royalton Sands beach inside of the Roots and Culture Craft Centre sits Leon’s Lobster Hut.

As I sit here trying to think up the perfect adjectives to describe Leon’s and my experience there I realize that words cannot give my experience justice. 860 more words

Chanting down greedy hoteliers

Last week’s post, ‘No Beach For Local Tourists’, touched a very sensitive nerve. I got so many emails from both Jamaicans and other Caribbean citizens who are very concerned about the way in which hoteliers dominate the conversation about public access to our beaches. 856 more words

Jamaican Culture

I've lived in the 14 parishes of Jamaica

1. Fourteen parishes, wow! Did that have an impact on you?

Yea. ‘cause mi get fi know different people and different people perspective a life. And different experience mek you wiser. 87 more words

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#TBT Is D.R.E.D.Z. the Next Generation of Jamaican Dub Poets?

We’re throwing it back to a year ago when we first published on Jamaicans.com…Meet D.R.E.D.Z.

“We operate more like a family and there is unity among us. 122 more words

Caribbean

Expression Wednesdays

Hi Everyone :)

Since this is the week following Hero’s Day, I decided to show you a part of Jamaica’s culture; a music genre born here, Dancehall. 48 more words

Expression Wednesdays

Unwritten Rules And Norms Of The Jamaican Culture

For such a small country, Jamaica has one of the richest cultures worldwide. While many try to duplicate, a significant portion of or norms can only be experienced here. 397 more words

Jamaican

How to Sweet Talk Your Lady: 15 romantic phrases as made popular by Vybz Kartel

You can learn a lot about a culture by listening to its music.

While I would never dare to make sweeping claims about one artist’s impact on the culture of an entire country, suffice it to say that I have not yet met a Jamaican who hasn’t heard of… 1,018 more words

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