JAMAICA'S HIDDEN TREASURES
Hi Wellesley,Wellesley's Note
I am intrigued by the work you are doing helping us to discover Jamaica's hidden treasures. I am from St. James but living in St. Ann and all my years there, I did not know that there was an aqueduct in my community.
I visited it and I was amazed to see what rich history lies in the community.
Will send pics.
First, thank you so much for taking the time to reach out and share your thoughts. It truly warms my heart to hear from fellow Jamaican enthusiasts like yourself, and I'm thrilled that you've found value in the content I create.
Yes, it's always a wonderful feeling to discover hidden gems on our beautiful island, even after living here for so many years! Jamaica is brimming with history, culture, and natural beauty, and my goal has always been to shine a light on these lesser-known treasures.
The aqueduct you discovered over there in St. Ann is a perfect example of the rich history that often hides right under our noses, agree?😊
By the way, I'd love to see those pictures you mentioned! Feel free to share them whenever you can. It's not just about me; it's about creating a community of like-minded individuals who share a passion for our homeland.
You never know, as a native here yourself, your photos could inspire others to explore and appreciate the hidden treasures in their own communities.
By the way, here's another amazing article, 142 amazing tourist attractions in Jamaica
, I think you'll love it!
And speaking of sharing, I'm truly grateful that you're considering spreading the word about my website
and my YouTube channel
, that means the world to me!
By sharing the articles and videos, you're not only helping me but also contributing to the larger goal of showcasing Jamaica to the world.
If you ever come across more hidden treasures or have any suggestions for content you'd like to see, please don't hesitate to reach out to me here
. This journey is as much yours as it is mine, and I'm here to make it as enriching and enjoyable as possible for all of us.
Once again, thank you for your kind words and for being a part of our wonderful community of Jamaican enthusiasts.
Let's continue to explore, learn, and celebrate the beauty of our island together.
Wellesley Gayle, My-Island-Jamaica.com
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P.P.S Also, here are even more insightful stories
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