Moving to Jamaica
We are thinking of moving to Jamaica. We have a small child of 6 years old and are wondering if it is OK to send him to school if we are renting and not residence of Jamaica.
We are Canadians of Italian back ground. Eventually we would like to purchase land and build a home in the Mammee Bay area.
There is a private school in Saint Ann's Bay that we know of. Also, is home schooling a good idea in Jamaica. We are also looking for long term villa rental in the Mammee Bay area.
September 26, 2009 by Wellesley Gayle
I take it you would like to get some background information on living in Jamaica - in your case, with a child.
Interestingly, I answered a very similar question recently.
Take a look at my response
. That should provide you a good background.
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