How To Enjoy Jamaica in Two Weeks

by James Michael Tuck
(Spokane, Wash. USA)

Jamaica is about the most beautiful island in the world! A lot of nature to take in in a week so - give yourself 2 weeks :-)


I'm a husband who took my wife there twice. There's 2 ways to visit Jamaica, an all inclusive package that lets foriegners rent a little piece of heaven for awhile, and I'm sure the food and services are great.

Or get a nice Motel in one of the many locations and enjoy Jamaica with the hometown people.

The people of Jamaica are the attractive part, a different culture that welcomes you to their island. There was a nice Chinese restuarant in Ocho Rios with a waterfall that was a great night.

Or special partys in ocho rios lobster and ribs, curry goat. plus the local entertainment which was a blast.

Take the trip through the Blue Mountains and be sure and buy plenty of coffee there as you'll pay a heavy price here.

One of the biggest recomendations would be talk to some of the local people there and bring yourself home some Allspice wood and spices, some walkerswood jerk seasoning and then when you want to have your own party at home you have the ingredients.

Jerk pork and Jerk Chicken is unbelievably good if you r patient.

Gauve jelly is another thing you won't find here as good as it is there.

But most of all spend a day just going to the marketplace and talking with the sells people.

You'll share some things, learn some things and even be able to find the perfect things to bring back.

Then on your last night get a cool bottle of Sangsters Rum Cream, set with your other on the beach sipping some and watch the sunset.

People be respectful when your visiting any foriegn place, Jamaicans are a wonderfull people and many can't afford much.

Learn about how they live and then take out some friends you meet and have dinner. You'll go home feeling cleansed.

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Jamaica in two weeks
by: Joel Savage

Thanks for sharing your experience in Jamaica for two weeks. That great country of the Caribbean doesn't need to convince the world as a paradise for visitors. The music is good and even though I haven't eaten any Jamaican food, I know they will have wonderful dishes.

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How to Enjoy Jamaica in Two Weeks
by: Eugenie

Awesome James, I could not have said it better. Only in Jamaica.Out of Many one People!!!

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Ya mon agreed
by: Ann Trecy

After reading your article I can't agree with you more. This March will be my 17th visit to the island. The people are truly what makes this vacation one of a kind. Treat people respectfully, and you will see another side of Jamaica that is warm, welcoming and wonderful.

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