What We Learned This Week In Jamaica

January 1-7 WELCOME TO 2019, EVERYONE! 1) Jamaica will live on with "scandals" for a while longer, as an extension has been granted to give distributors time to get their replacements for the notorious bags to on the island and into stores as quickly as possible. Oonu get oonu eco-bags yet? Come man, no foot-dragging … Continue reading What We Learned This Week In Jamaica

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What We Learned This Week In Jamaica

December 24-31 1) When it's not your time, it's just not your time. 2 fishermen, who fell asleep setting their nets in Puerto Limon, Costa Rica, were carried to sea by currents and, after engine failure, drifted for 20 days before being rescued by a Royal Caribbean cruise liner. The Empress of the Seas, originally … Continue reading What We Learned This Week In Jamaica

What We Learned This Week In Jamaica

December 3-10 1) Percival LaTouche, head of the Jamaica Association for Resettlement of Returning Residents is advising them "don't come home": This as 2 more British-Jamaican women were killed this week and their bodies left in shallow graves, one, a beautician named Karen Cleary, in the garden of her "dream" home, murdered by her caretaker. … Continue reading What We Learned This Week In Jamaica