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Captain Joseph, Treasure Beach, Jamaica
Worth A Visit

Looking for something fun to do in Treasure Beach? Here are some great photos from Captain Joseph Brown’s boat tours which will give you a good idea of what the Captain Joseph’s Treasure Beach Adventure experience is all about.  Captain Joseph offers a range of boat tours including his Kingfish

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Yoga

Where can you do yoga in Jamaica? Lots of places!  Yoga seems to be growing by leaps and bounds in Jamaica! There seems to be new yoga studios constantly popping up in and around Kingston.  By the way, here’s a disclaimer! I’ve recently started teaching Hatha Yoga at Afya. Here

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Cafe Blue
Good Food

Did you know that there are now six coffee shops within ten minutes of Liguanea, Kingston? Kingstonians seem to be really liking their coffee shops! They are great places to have meetings, lunch or just some great Jamaican coffee! Here’s a list of the six coffee shops that are within

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EchomatikMusicRedselecter

Jamaica’s very own techno due Echomatik played a guest mix last night on The London Techno Show on London’s Flex FM 99.7 – big things for Jamaican alternative music! If you missed the live broadcast, you can listen on Mixcloud here:

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EchomatikMusicRedselecter

So Jamaica’s very own Echomatik continue on their Techno music spree with a two hour guest mix tonight on London’s Flex FM at 10:oo pm EST / 0300 GMT. You can listen on 99.7 FM or online at flexfm.co.uk. YardEdge is very happy to see more musicians from (and more importantly

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Kingston on the Edge 2016
KOTE

Kingston on the Edge (KOTE) 2016 – Kingston Art is Happening KOTE 2016 runs from June 17 – 26.  KOTE is Jamaica’s urban arts festival which happens every year in Kingston. Past KOTEs have showcased Jamaica’s plethora of artists, dancers, actors, musicians, singers and more! Create a KOTE 2016 Logo

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Worth A Visit

YardEdge welcomes guest blogger, Nicholas Stephenson for our first post of 2016! Hellshire on a Saturday morning is calm & quiet and people are on the beach relaxing. Good time to get there is about 10:30am…and Totie’s One Stop is the place to go. Run by his wife Shine Eye

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Photos from the EdgeWorth A Visit

Thanks to Jamaican photographer, Pierre Diaz for this photo from the edge! These beautiful waterfalls are in White River, St. Mary and looks like a great place for a cool dip this hot summer!

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Things to do in Jamaica 2015Worth A Visit

  Watching this makes me want to drop everything and run to Port Antonio! Hotel Mockingbird Hill is a lovely boutique hotel in Port Antonio and a true “green” hotel! The hotel has won numerous environmental awards including the Virgin Holidays Most Responsible Tourism Hotel Award for 2010. No air

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Worth A Visit

Introducing Maggotty. According to the Lonely Planet, “Maggotty is a forgettable town with an unforgettable name, laid out on a bend of the Black River at the western end of the Siloah Valley. It thinks of itself as a sleepy regional center, but it can also be a viable base

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