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..and not just facts, but INTRIGUING & ASTOUNDING facts on Jamaica!
The truth is, there are some really AMAZING things about this our little country that admittedly, being a proud and patriotic Jamaican, I was a little embarrassed to have just found out.
But as my loving grandma would say, Better late than never!
And yes, I am ELATED to share them with you!**~~~**
This 101 'did you know' facts about Jamaica book feature these and more of the most insightful and captivating information about the island.
From Nature and Culture, to Politics, Sports & Society. This little resource is the only of its kind.
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I worked painstakingly over the last few months on this exciting project; reading, researching and networking to present you with a final product that will have you either exclaiming Wow! I would never guess that! or admitting that there are lots more to Jamaica than you thought you knew.
Not only did my family and I gained an expanded knowledge of our own country, I also felt satisfied that I presented you a world class Jamaican Gift, with over a hundred captivating and fascinating facts about Jamaica -the land of wood and water
For just $5.95
You May Have Thought Jamaica Was Interesting, But Definitely Not This Interesting!
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Nov 26, 14 04:54 PM
QUESTION: I have been visiting Jamaica yearly since 1963 and feel in love with Sangster's World's End Wild Orange Liqueur. Do you have any idea of where
Nov 25, 14 10:39 PM
QUESTION: I am doing some business and I was asked to get a police record. I understand that not all police stations does this so where should I go
Nov 22, 14 01:09 PM
Hi, I was back in Jamaica in 2012 and visited YS Falls in St Elizabeth. As a Jamaican I did not know it existed as I always hear about Dunns River falls.
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