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Meet Aneisha Dobson, Associate Writer At

Chances are you already read at least one of her articles here.

But who is she?

I now introduce you to Aneisha Dobson, my Associate Writer here at


Hey there! Wah gwaan?

My name is Aneisha Dobson and I want to officially welcome you to My Island Jamaica! A space where us Jamaica fanatics can share insights and knowledge about Jamaica.

So a little bit about me

Where in Jamaica do you live?

Well, I’ve spent the better part of my life in the parish of St. James, home to Montego Bay the Second City.

And while I believe that the other parishes are just as magnificent, St. James will also be home for me. It’s where I was raised, went to school and most of my family reside here.

What are your passions?

Other than sharing my love for my home with you, I have a love for all things numeric.
Yes, I’m a nerd. Lol. So, it’s no surprise that I chose Accounting as my field of study during my tenure at college.

I hold a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration.

I’m also passionate about people, especially when it comes to helping them reach their fullest potential. I strongly believe that my life is not my own, but I’ve been placed on this earth to share my talents and knowledge with others to help shape my community.

What’s your favorite Jamaican quote?
Wi lickle but wi tallawah!

What does that mean?

Well basically it means that while I may appear small, my heart, my spirit and my will is strong.

This also describes my country (Jamaica) in a nutshell. Just think about it! Jamaica is such a small island, but it has such a major impact on the world.

What do I love most about Jamaica?

Well, that sounds like an endless list, but I’ll narrow it done for you.

For me Jamaica means, family and friends, vibrant culture, melodious music and scrumptious meals.

My fondest memories occurred right here and it’s indeed a pleasure to share that with you.

While I do know a lot about Jamaica, every day I make a new discovery, whether it be a hidden attraction or a brand new restaurant, it’s my esteemed pleasure to share that it with you.

So stay tuned for stay tuned for my next article and all other posting!

Until next time…


P.S. You can find a list of my previous articles here.

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A patriotic Jamaican who adore its culture, Wellesley has been using this medium to share what he calls 'the uniqueness of Jamaica with the world' since April 2007.  

To date, he serves over 9,300 unique readers / viewers per day.

His efforts have earned this site featured positions in local publications, including the Jamaica Gleaner's Hospitality Jamaica, Carlong Publishers, as well as recognition from numerous prestigious international agencies and universities. Read more about him here.

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