My-island-jamaica.com should be a national treasure

by June Lyons
(CT)


It was seven years since my last visit to Jamaica. Even though I was born there, I've only been back four times (prior to my latest trip in June 2015) since leaving the country some 40 plus years ago.


After searching the web to try to find out where to stay, what to do, and all of the who, what, where, when, and how's in planning a successful trip I was blessed to stumble upon this very resourceful website!

I needed not to look any further. I was able to plan my vacation with the information from this site. It's a breath of fresh air and what's so very unique about it is that it is written by someone who is a true native of the land who has the full understanding and knowledge of what the country offers...and that matters a lot me.

I know that most reviewers are sharing their island experience but I just wanted to share how grateful I am for the time and energy that he puts into this site.

I'm sure it has helped many people in ways that can't be imagined.

One of the highlights of my vacation was actually meeting Wellesley, his beautiful wife and two adorable daughters.

He was kind enough to take time out of his busy schedule to give us a brief tour of Mo'Bay. His insight on the pulse of Jamaica is tremendous!

I just want to encourage Wellesley to continue in his work. I sincerely hope that his business will grow even bigger and he acquires site sponsors to help in this endeavor.

I also encourage those who have benefited from this site to share it on their social networks and recommend it to their family and friends, support his consultancy project and donate to aide in the growth of this ‘national treasure’.

Overall my vacation was great! Jamaica truly is a beautiful country. Next visit, I hope to do some "island hopping".

Thanks Wellesley for being you and for creating this awesome website! Peace and all of God's blessings to you!

Wellesley's Note
Wow! So kind of you June.
I feel extremely blessed to be able to share my passion in a way that so many people are benefiting.

Taking you around? The pleasure was actually mine June. I love what I do and so it was a joy meeting up with you and your daughter.

I am looking forward to your next trip.

Regards,
Wellesley

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Just, again want to say thanks to you June for giving me the opportunity to tour with you.

Thanks also for the encouragement and confidence in me.

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