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You know you are in Jamaica when you hear ...

by John John
(USA)

The sounds of life in a Jamaican night made by small leaf toads and crickets.

The sounds of roosters who don't wait for the sunrise to serenade.

Distantly, the sound of the reggae bass rhythm at an open air concert or dance.

The sound of dominoes slapped down hard on the rum bar counter and the shout of "Whoy" at winning.

The whistle of the roasted peanut cart.

The sound of waves on the beach and the rustle of dry palm leaves.

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