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here's a true Jamaica-holic! Ezine # 53
November 30, 2011

Welcome to Publication #53!

Issue #53: November 2011


This ezine is lovingly delivered to you by Wellesley Gayle (that's me - below!) and my-island-jamaica.com

Wellesley Gayle

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Intro

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Howdie (Hello) there!

How much do you really love Jamaica my friend? Would you consider yourself a Jamaicaholic though? (We'll trademark this term :-)

We have a number of such persons on this website, but here is one, Tina, meet her, Tina is the real Jamaicaholic :-) You'll love her vibe!

So yes in this edition I have Tina's story, suggestions about the best restaurants in Mobay, requirements for international students, and still a bit about the political muscle-building for the pending elections in December.

Are u Ready?...

Good!

Follow me, and stay with me now OK? :-)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS


  1. Did you Know?

    Insightful and Intriguing Jamaican facts and trivia.

  2. The Latest From Jamaica!

    1. Ready, Set, Vote!
    2. Jamaica's winter tourist season looks bright!

  3. The Latest on My-Island-Jamaica.com!

    1. Are you a Jamaicaholic?
    2. Here they are! The best restaurants in Montego Bay, Jamaica?
    3. What are the requirements for international students studying in Jamaica?

  4. Hot Upcoming Events In Jamaica!

    1. Reggae Marathon 2011
    2. Jamaica Invitational Pro-Am 2011

  5. Features

    1. HOT DISCUSSIONS: I'm a white female dating guy from Jamaica, should I visit Jamaica?

  6. Conclusion

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Did you Know?

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  • ......that The Abeng, made from a cow horn known as the Akete was the main instrument of communication among the Jamaican Maroons during the wars. They had a regular series of calls on the horn which summoned each other over great distances, such as warnings of the soldiers approaching. Even today horn-men still blow the Abeng. (VisitJamaica.com)

Well, now you know!

Consider getting the entire collection of these Intriguing facts about Jamaica. You can get the convenient ebook version, or the popular hard copy version here.

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The Latest From Jamaica!

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  1. Ready, Set, Vote!

    "The Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) and the People's National Party (PNP) have been working overtime in the political gym to get themselves fit and ready for what will be an intensely contested political race" Get the full editorial on the Jamaica Gleaner's website.


  2. Jamaica's winter tourist season looks bright!

    "Prospects for the local tourism industry remain positive, despite the downturn in the sector globally, with some 1,044,137 airlift seats secured for the upcoming winter tourist season." Complete JIS Article here.

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The Latest on My-Island-Jamaica.com

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  1. Are you a Jamaicaholic?

    OK then, well meet Tina, the real Jamaicaholic!


  2. Here they are! The best restaurants in Montego Bay, Jamaica?

    Yes, some of the most best and most popular Mobay Restaurants!


  3. What are the requirements for international students studying in Jamaica?

    A visitor ask the question. Here's my reply!

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    Hot Upcoming Events Jamaica!

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    1. Reggae Marathon 2011

      The Reggae Marathon & Half Marathon is Jamaica's premier International Marathon event. Marathoners, sports enthusiasts as well as beginners, converge in Negril, Jamaica's capital of casual, for a fun event characterized by good vibes and a course paved with Irie Reggae Music...you've got to be there!" Visit their website for more.

    2. Jamaica Invitational Pro-Am 2011

      "Teams comprising a certified PGA Professional and three amateurs compete in the 54-hole Jamaica Invitational Pro-Am winter tournament, held at Montego Bay's Iberostar Grand Hotel Rose Hall."... Visit the Jamaica Invitation Pro-Am site for more info.


      AND, lot's more are happening in (and about) Jamaica, please consider bookmarking current events in Jamaica page, and keep on top of the very latest news and events.

      From there you can get the very latest news as well as information on the latest events and activities.

      Also, I am inviting you to send your feedback to these news stories, article or commentary.

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      Features!

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      • HOT DISCUSSION: I'm a white female dating guy from Jamaica, should I visit Jamaica?

        Mind having your say? Help me answer this question. Thanks.


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      Conclusion

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      Can you believe it?

      The next time I send an official ezine will be year-end! Christmas would have passed! Time does fly when you are having fun eeh? :-)

      Anyways, I hope that this edition was insightful to you again partner.

      Kindly remember to forward this newsletter to your friends. It takes just a minute my friend, but they will appreicate it - and I certainly will too!

      Talk again in December!

      Regards,
      Wellesley

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