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Welcome to WaterLane In Jamrock (Jamaica)!

by Thrio Mitchell
(WaterLane, Clarendon, Jamaica)

I have lived on this island paradise Jamaica for all the 21 years of my life,.

And during that time I have had the the luck to visit most of the 14 parishes of Jamaica and seen most of the breath taking islands sights given to us by the heavens.

But I wanna take the time to tell u about my village..lol

It is not really a village though, just a small town in the southern section of the parish of Clarendon called Water Lane.

It is just a small town of roughly 1000 persons eager to share in the development of the country.

We take pride every evening in being at the "ball ground" at 5pm sharp to watch and shear on our boys as the go head to head at a game of football for one single goal...to take home the "shirt"...this is our passion.

Come on and enjoy the fruits free for picking and the warm summer sun and if it gets too hot you can always cool off in the refreshing Alley river.

Be sure to bring your camera to take pics of the crocodiles though.

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May 19, 2014
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Water Lane
by: Cheryl

I must say you captured my attention re your village - it sounds quaint and cool and I especially love the part where you mentioned the crocodiles! awesome

Could you take a pic of the crocodile the next time you see one and immediately post please :)

Continue to big up Water Lane

ps: I am into food lol - what fruits do you have there?

May 18, 2014
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by: Anonymous

Can we get some directions to Water lane in Clarendon. Please start from the most recognizable landmark of a main.

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