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What Makes Jamaica Special To Me

by Carlo Whittaker
(Brampton, Ontario, Canada)

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Re: What Makes Jamaica Specialfeedback question

Lots to love about Jamaica, where do I start. Every year I go to Jamaica I’m being kissed by the beautiful weather.

Every year I go to Jamaica, I experience the spices, the food, the ackee & saltfish, rice & peas, curry goat, jerk chicken, oxtails with yellow rice, fish at little ochie.

“Oh help me” I going to country where mother grew up, picking the fruits straight off the trees, haa, food for the soul. The wild birds, the flowers, the bugs that light up at nights, the noise insects and animals make at nights, this is background noise that puts me to sleep. This place is truly the Garden of Eden.

Every year I go to Jamaica, I love the culture, I love buying rum or alcohol at the corner store. I love the colorful houses.

Every year I go to Jamaica, I’m welcomed by your white sandy beaches. Haa, love the music, that reggae music that echoes throughout the nights, it’s another background noise that puts me to sleep.

Every year I go to Jamaica, I experience the incredible friendly people, the beautiful women, yea mon, the Patwah accent.

There is so many things to do you can’t get bored, there is lots to love about this rear island in the sun I couldn’t possible list them all, or else I’ll be writing a book.

Every year I go to Jamaica, every year I’m sad to leave and back to Canada I go.

I love the memories I love the melodies. I look forward to doing it again.

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Dec 09, 2017
Love Jamaica
by: Linda

I love Jamaica for everything it has.

Mi visited Jamaica this past April and stayed at Ocho Rios with my husband.

It was so beautiful the beach, food, music and people where all so nice. I'm a big fan of the Bob Marley. I went to st.Ann to visit his museum.

The tour was amazing just being there I felt his presence. I have a lot of Jamaican friends that have homes in Jamaica.

My next visit will be St. Elizabeth, Much Love, Linda

Dec 03, 2017
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