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Why Jamaica is special to me
by Sonia Evans-Rose
Re: What Makes Jamaica Special Feedback Question:
I left Jamaica 1975 with my sister to join my parents and other sisters in England.
Even though I've lived in the UK longer than I've lived in Jamaica I still consider myself Jamaican and will continue to do so until I meet my maker.
I just love Jamaica full stop. I love it that wherever you go in the world they know of Jamaica. I'm so proud of our musicians and sporting heroes (past and present) who helped to put my beloved Jamaica on the world map.
I love the jamaican dialect, the food, sunshine...
Let's hope the government will stop selling off pieces of Jamaica so it will remain our beloved Jamaica.
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