I've just launched our exciting & hugely resourceful Jamaican Community Buzz feature!
If you know anything about Jamaica, you'll know that every parish has it's own peculiarities - every single one.
You'll hear someone say, for example:
But it gets even better! As there are even more peculiarities within each parish, at the community level; so...
It is time to learn - and share.
We have 'opened the lines' to hear from you about our communities right now! Our website fans and visitors are now showcasing their communities - small and large, and saying why it's unique.
But believe me, there are thousands of communities more to hear from!
Here (already) are some early- and I might dear say lovely, submissions:
See, how easy? Click here to share a few lines about yours right now.
Among other things, we'll hear - and share:
And, if you have a community contact (club, church or school), you have the opportunity to share that as well.
It will certainly help if someone needs to make contact for a tour or any special engagement.
N.B. This initiative will, overtime, create and enviable repository of interesting Jamaican communities for our (many) visitors and friends of Jamaica to explore.
Who knows, yours truly might just surprise you and stop by for a drink, a dive in the river, or a game of dominoes!
So, if you are Jamaican (overseas or yard) click here to chat about your J'can community right now.
Not Jamaican, no problem (as we say), if you visited any local community, you too can share your feedback on that community, we'll appreciate it even more.
Not sure where to start?
Just start 'talking', I did just that when I shared my this- my own experience.
Watch this page in a few days! :-)
No two Jamaican communities are alike, each is special in it's own way and our fans and visitors can't wait to hear about yours.
What to say? (Get ideas here).
How do I get started? It's easy, simply...
Below are all the other fascinating Jamaican communities. Click on each to review and/or to post a comment.
Welcome to WaterLane In Jamrock (Jamaica)!
I have lived on this island paradise Jamaica for all the 21 years of my life,. And during that time I have had the the luck to visit most of the 14 …
Beeston Spring, Westmoreland Jamaica
The Charming Community Of Beeston Spring in Westmoreland, Jamaica - posted 5/11/11 Winner of the 2010 Best Community in Jamaica Contest , (see link …
Springfield, St. Elizabeth, Jamaica
Springfield is a quaint but resourceful little district on the outskirt(north/northeast) of the town of Newmarket in St. Elizabeth. Typical of most …
Montego Freeport, Jamaica - A historical perspective Not rated yet
After Christopher Columbus's second voyage westward across the Atlantic Ocean, he anchored briefly in 1494 in this area wich the Spaniards later named …
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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.
Nov 22, 14 12:26 PM
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Nov 22, 14 12:07 PM
Richmond, VA (11/2014) – The Stone Foundation is a Richmond, Virginia (US) based 501 (c) (3), non profit organization whose mission has been to promote
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