Nine Miles in St. Ann - Bob Marley Museum

by Bob Gear
(Essex UK)

My family & friends visiting Nine Miles

My family & friends visiting Nine Miles

This was my 50th Birthday, with family & friends visiting Nine Miles in St. Ann, Bob Marley's home!


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Emancipation Park Jamaica

by Osbourne
(Toronto, Canada)

Emancipation Park

Emancipation Park

Took this in 2007 when I went home to visit my family. I believe this is a beautiful piece of art.

I heard it was quite controversial but honestly I can't see what all the fuss was about. "if there is steak for dinner, let them hear it S I Z Z L E"


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My trip to the Blue Hole in Negril, Jamaica

by Myracle
(Boston Mass)

 Blue Hole in Negril

Blue Hole in Negril

Blue Hole in Jamaica

My friend in Jamaica took me here and I met the most beautiful people in the world...Miss them but soon come..


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Me at Bob Marley's Place in Kingston

by Colin Lavelle
(Glasgow,UK)


Me at Bob Marley's Place in Kingston




This pic was taken at Bob Marley's house in Kingston, Jamaica.

What makes it special for me is, as the picture was being taken I was saying to myself am I really here?

How did the boy from Glasgow get to the streets of Kingston? If you believe it you can achieve it that's how. One love


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Dunns river baby! - by Jason

by Jason
(montreal,CA)

Dunns River Jamaica

Dunns River Jamaica

Dunns River Jamaica

We had a good time, will be back!


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Rafting On the Rio Grande, Portland, Jamaica

by Shykhal

Rafting On The Rio Grande, Portland

Rafting On The Rio Grande, Portland

This was my first time rafting on the Jamaica Rio Grande Portland, Jamaica.


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Relaxing In Negril; under the sun shade - by Brenda

by Brenda Smith
(Caledonia, Ontario, Canada)

Relaxing In Negril

Relaxing In Negril

Relaxing In Negril; under the Sun Shade

This photo was taken in Negril. This was during my second trip to Jamaica. It was special because it was the first time my fiance took me down.


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Martha's Brea River rafting.

by joshua
(madison wi usa)


Martha's Brea River Rafting! My first tour in Montego bay! 1st trip to Jamaica! every ting' was as beautiful as it seems! specially with my lovely lady!


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Margueritaville Negril

by Steph

It's five o clock somewhere

It's five o clock somewhere

Vacation in Negril, Jamaica with hubbie :)


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our first trip to Jamaica

by tanya
(americus ks)

no worries

no worries

This photo was taken at the Carlyle in Jamaica with two very special friend of ours, couldn't ask for a more wonderful atmosphere. Will be returning to Jamaica again soon.


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Returning From mobay

by Carnell DJ Ace Jones
(Chicago ill U.S.A)

me & my triplets

me & my triplets

me & my triplets
Red Stripe yummm

me & my triplets - just back from mo bay

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Glorious Godfrey Stewart High School

by Barbara
(Sheffield P.O. Westmoreland)

Godfrey Stewart High School

Godfrey Stewart High School

Godfrey Stewart High School
Godfrey Stewart High School
Godfrey Stewart High School
Godfrey Stewart High School

Restoration comes in many forms. Add a little paint, some grass, a little discipline and you have a wonderful setting for imparting knowledge to minds ready to achieve.

Godfrey Stewart is making that change. With change comes production and success. We have started to experience this wonderful new birth.

Editor's note
The school emerged in 1963 shortly after the independence of Jamaica from Britain, established as a senior school to address the concerns of the Government at the time about the quality of education being offered at the upper level of all-age schools. The system was pioneered by principal, Mr. Stewart.

In 1966 it was upgraded to a junior secondary school and then to a new secondary school in 1974. Over the years, Godfrey Stewart has undergone several infrastructural and systemic improvements, which has helped the school to expand its services. It added a new block of classrooms to accommodate students in the Grades 10 to 11 programme, which allowed the school to extend the school leaving age to 17 years-old and to expose students to vocational programmes.

The shift system was introduced to the school at the same time to facilitate the increasing student population and in 1984 the “extended day” was introduced. However, the school reverted to the “straight day” a year later.

Godfrey Stewart, which caters to a student population of 1600, serves several communities in Westmoreland. These communities are: Hudson Street, Season Crescent and New Market Oval; Dalling Street; Grotto and Shoalin; and Barracks Road.

With an academic staff of 64, it provides a day and evening institute, which offers several subjects at the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) level, including the core subjects Mathematics, English Language and Literature and History; and also Chemistry, Physics, Biology and Human and Social Biology, Geography and Electrical Technology and others.
The school is steadily improving in most subjects, but is in need of much support to increase performance. Nineteen students achieved grades one to three in English Language in 2008 and only four passed Mathematics.

This high school is located in Savana-la-mar, Westmoreland,Jamaica and carries the zeal that “Only the best is good enough.”

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Tree on Tree in Jamaica

by Dawney Black
(Drexel Hill Pennsylvania)


This a second tree growing in an original tree. How this happen God knows seeds blow everywhere. check it out.


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Roof Club Guys in Port Antonio

by Jaclyn
(NYC, NY)

Guys at the Roof Club

Guys at the Roof Club

The Roof Club in Port Antonio




Such a fun club in the middle of Port Antonio. Had the best time!!! Some guys we met there.

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Jamaica Must Visit Cities

by Cidikhcieyed

NEGRIL

NEGRIL

NEGRIL
MONTEGO BAY

As Jamaica is a very beautiful place there are certain spots you must visit like Negril, Kingston, Montego Bay etc.

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Ocho Rios, Jamaica in 2007

by SarahBelle
(Ashtabula, OH, United States)


Taken in Ocho Rios..My moms 50th birthday! She shares the same birthday as bob marley so its special :)

Editor's Note:


Lovely photo! Thank you Sarah Belle!

Isn't that the "Reggae Explosion" sign though? Yes!

For those who don't know, Reggae Explosion is a Jamaican museum, yes, located in Ocho Rios, that showcases Jamaican music.

But not just reggae, they have a whole lot more. You'll find exhibits of various other genre of Jamaican music, for example, Dancehall, Ska, Mento and Rocksteady.

They are located in the Island Village Shopping Center - right there on main street.

By the way Sarah, please tell me that's not your mom?!

I don't know which of the two persons you are but both persons look the same age! If it's her then good for her, give her my regards, tell her to keep looking young :-)

It's clear that you enjoyed yourselves though, I am happy for you.

That said, 2007 is too long now though, you need to get back here fast my friend! We miss you :-)

Thanks again for sharing these memorable photos of your family trip to Jamaica SarahBelle.

Take care, and please, stay in touch!

And yes, please accept my apologies for the delayed posting of your photograph, will you?

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jamaican trip - the tree house in negril

by Leroy
(Jacksonville FL)


This picture was taken in July of 2009 on a visit. We stayed @ The Tree House in Negril AND this is one of the pix I have from that trip. This is special 'cause of the beautiful lighting I saw as I walked back to the room after an hour in the HOT TUB!!

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