Here’s a photo taken of a young Jamaican boy and his donkey. You don’t see too many donkeys around anymore but they are still regular features of rural life in Jamaica. This was taken in Trelawny, also known in Jamaica as “yam country”. Jamaican boys and their donkey, Trelawny, Jamaica.
Join Banyan Tribe for its “Manifest Your Best 2018” Workshop. This workshop will be a unique opportunity for us to focus on achieving our goals for 2018, identify limiting beliefs and habits and ways to change them in a safe supportive space! With every new year, we enter a time
Banyan Tribe Introduces “The Best You” – An 8 Week Wellness Programme Putting your plan for good health in motion! For more information on Banyan Tribe see: https://www.ourbanyantribe.com/ About “The Best You” “The Best You” is an 8-week wellness programme formulated especially for individuals who are seeking sustainable lifestyle changes aimed at improving health, fitness and
Welcome to Bluefields Bay Villas, Jamaica! Welcome to Bluefields Bay Villas from Andrew H Moncure on Vimeo. Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to spend a few glorious days at the beautiful villas of Bluefields Bay with their gracious hosts the Moncures. This video captures much of the natural
Join the Banyan Tribe December #Calm4Christmas Yoga Challenge! We all know that December can be hectic what with all the rushing around that accompanies the holidays! So how about some yoga for the holidays? Banyan Tribe is inviting you to commit to a yoga home practice (even for 2 minutes) by choosing
We at YardEdge love Jamaican chocolate! So we are super excited to see Airbnb team up with Jamaica’s own chocolate company One/One Cacao and its chocolatier Nick Davis! I’ve sampled One/One Cacao’s chocolate and can attest to its yumminess! And dark chocolate has significant health benefits too! Dark chocolate is
Twenty years ago, when a schoolboy named Omaall Wright followed an instinct that led him to become a founding member of the Area Youth Foundation, he was already a Jamaica Festival prize-winning poet and performer and in 2001 co-wrote the runner up Festival Song “Feel di Breeze”. He was co-creator
Michele Lee Lambert will be staging an art exhibition at Grosvenor Galleries from November 25th to December 10th. It will be the first encaustic ( beeswax and damar resin) art show to be staged in Jamaica. This art form predates oil and acrylic. It was invented by the Greeks and
Exhibition of Self Taught Jamaican Artists happening November 15. Support Jamaican art!
Jamaica and the Caribbean’s first net zero energy building was officially opened yesterday on the University of the West Indies’ (UWI) Mona Campus. The 2,300-square-foot structure, situated along Gibraltar Way, is designed as a model to encourage construction of sustainable and energy-efficient buildings throughout the region. As a prototype, it