ANSWER: by Wellesley Gayle July 30, 2010Hi Michael,I know this place fairly well. I have a relative who lives an adjoining district, plus I have some friends there. I also play sports (cricket) there sometimes.Yes, it is a somewhat like a village, one of the traditional Jamaican-type villages per se, where everybody knows everybody.It is fairly quiet and have very little crime - if any.Lot's of mangoes, apples, guineps, and plums are up there too!I hope that helps Michael!Stay in touch.
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