Want to go to Jamaica -should I go?
QUESTION: I have a friend in Jamaica. He is a really cool guy, and an excellent artist. I have been in the tattoo business my whole life, and am just going up on 60 years old.
I feel that I can possibly pass on my expertise to him. He is in his thirties. John (not his real name) has been telling me that Jamaica is the place for me.
I will find enough work to keep me busy tattooing, and if I find the right area, have no problems introducing myself. I plan on handing my business over to him.
The bulk of this will be my expertise, not equipment, as I have already made it clear to him that I am willing to start him off, but he will be on his own. I just want to go fishing
I am Native Canadian, I live in San Diego, and being a tattoo artist, have been around the block a few times in my life.
I am an educated man, would be more then happy to use my expertise to help out by way of mechanics, and teaching children in what I know.
I would gladly give my services to a church or charitable organization for no cost. I always have my tattooing to fall back on.
I love gardening, nature, art, and learning new things. Most importantly I want to go fishing.
My wife Ju Li from Taiwan is willing to let me take off and join up with me later. I have just about caught all the fish here. Time to move on....ANSWER:
by Wellesley Gayle, March 11, 2013
It's lovely hearing about your interest in coming to Jamaica; good for you! Without any delay, I'm going to ask you to read these three informative pages on my website:
Almost everything you need to know are on those; Very informative! Check them out and feel free to get back to me if you think you need to, OK?
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