Tag Archives: Jamaica

The old meets the new – Exciting and historic Trelawny

It's official, the town of Falmouth is reclaiming its Georgian glory and all of Trelawny is bound to benefit! Gone is the quiet, uneventful Falmouth that only came alive with Wednesday’s “Ben Dung” shoppers in search of attractive bargains. In its place, is a town renewed and reinvigorated with purpose and excitement! What is responsible...
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Carnival indiscretions and other holiday adventures …

Perfectly fitted grey suit with matching tie… looking debonair, modestly attired wife in tow and a beaming mother - the perfect Sunday family portrait. (Tainted, only if you knew of yesterday’s adventures). If you are Jamaican, you know that no matter how much of an adult, independent, non-church going new age thinker you are, when...
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My life as a victim (Safety tips for the holidays!)

Numb… the only word to describe how I felt as I sat reading the report confirming that the partially burnt body found along Port Royal main road was that of Tandy Lewis, the public relations officer at the Post and Telecoms Department who has been reported missing since October 13. The autopsy revealed that she...
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My Olympic confession: crushing after marriage

We all watch Olympics because we are highly patriotic. If like me, you are Jamaican, then you are no doubt extremely proud of the spectacular performances of our star athletes. Like the man in Half Way Tree today, we are "overlated" (a combination of overjoyed and elated. I think) by the outstanding performances of Alia Atkinson...
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