An Irie Jamaican - born & bred there
Yup, I had a great time on my visit, I actually stayed a month long but it was still too short. If you know what I mean.
There is a lot of changes around, the new highways, new communities etc.
Next time I will get me a Jamaican map
Spanish Town needs proper directions (sign posts) we had to ask directions to Braeton fron a cop who was nice enough to drive before us to lead us safely to the highway. See - there still is some nice police officers around.
I love Jamaica n yes I'm a born Jamaican, no matter what anyone say or how bad they think it is. I am from St. James n I get around good in MoBay
and surrounding areas well.
Anyway I'm not beating the areas or directions because I have not gone to Braeton in over 15 years - my fault. This will be back on my yearly visits. Love what they did in the area n love the tolls. Talk later n mi gone now.
Yes Joyce, lots of changes - some highways, new hotels
, restaurants and all, but the beauty of Jamaica and the friendly spirit of the Jamaican people
hasn't change a bit.
It is good to see that you come back to 'home' every now and then and in fact, proudly stating you are 'born and bred' Jamaican :-)
Please continue to spread the Jamaican passion across Toronto and Canada. One love sister!
And yes, talk again soon.
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