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Best Time To Visit Jamaica
QUESTION: When is the best time to visit jamaica
I was searching the web for West Indian National Dress when I cam upon your website. I love it. I was brought up the West Indian way although I was born in Panama a Spanish country. Both paternal grandparents are from Jamaica.
My grand father Benjamin Fairclough is from Montego Bay and my grand mother Elizabeth Fagan, I am not sure what parish. My maternal grand mother Martha Leslie is also from Jamaica, but I do not know what parish.
My grandmother, Miss Martha as she was widely known came to Panama when she was about 9 years old. She came with her "Nenen" or god mother. I always said that my grand mother Miss Martha was a "woman of substance". She never work for anyone, she was the only female baker for a long time in the City of Colon, Republic of Panama.
Thanks so much for writings. I visited Jamaica for 10 days in May 1998. I visited Montigo Bay, Trelawny, Ocho rios, Negril
and Kingston. I will like to retun next year and visit other places especially the thermal water places that you mentioned.
When is the best time to visit Jamaica weather wise?
Where in Jamaica do you live?
Hoping to hear from you soon
Looking forward to visit Jamaica
May 07, 2011 by Wellesley
Nice to meet you my friend! I sincerely do. I can feel your passion. I am also happy that you enjoyed my site. Very interesting history and heritage there too, I hope you get to meet up with some family members soon (this post might just help).
I am from Westmoreland but I currently live in Montego Bay. Regarding the best time to visit Mobay, well many think its between November and May. This is considered the Dry season and you are likely to to have less rain and hurricanes.
Take a peek at this page about The Jamaican Weather
my friend. It should give you a better background to the weather here.
That said, please stay in touch
Martha, I'd love to keep the link with you.
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