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A Jamaican Friend
I have yet to visit your fantastic island; I have heard from numerous friends and relatives how much I must take a trip to visit Jamaica.
I ran across your site while searching for information on a friend.
Approximately 18-20 years ago, I had the pleasure of being a very close friend to one of your handsome Jamaican men here in the States.
Although our paths took us in different directions; I've often thought of him and wondered how he was.
I'm a Florida native, my name is Lilly, and we met while he lived in Orlando, FL. He worked nearby at a local hotel and mentioned that he had worked aboard a cruise liner prior to settling in Orlando.
He may remember 436. I know that his first name is Darlton, but the last name slips my mind. I remember that he was tall, dark and today would be around 53-54.
I would love if maybe this story could be featured in one of your Island Digest, in the off chance that he may read it and respond by email to me. Not to interrupt his life, but just to know that an old friend has not forgotten.
Email address: Llatimerw@aol.com
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A patriotic Jamaican who adores his culture, Wellesley has been using this medium to share what he calls 'the uniqueness of Jamaica with the world' since April 2007.
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including the Jamaica Gleaner's Hospitality Jamaica, Carlong Publishers,
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