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.
Airbnb continues to grow in Jamaica meanwhile the Government considers how to extract tax revenue from this nascent business segment. “Popular online home rental portal Airbnb now has 1,500 dwelling listings in Jamaica and that number continues to grow according to Ministry of Tourism officials. Trench Town is proving to
Pillowman from Nile Saulter on Vimeo. I just love this new video by Nile Saulter. It gives real insight into this Jamaican “Pillowman” who many of us see on the corner of Barbican Road faithfully everyday. Thanks for this Nile. About Nile Saulter Nile Saulter is a cinematographer, director, editor,
Check out Sammy, the Jamaican dog, from Goats in the Road, rolling over and over and over… I found this hilarious and too cute! Do you have any cool photos of Jamaican animals you want to share? Email us at email@example.com with “Jamaican animals” in the subject!
There’s no shortage of beauties on the beaches of Jamaica, but a trip to the vegetable garden can be just as exciting. Stunning Marika Kessler founded her own 83-acre farm — tucked away up in Jamaica’s rough and rugged, northwestern Cockpit Country. And she did so after having studied fashion
Here are some great shots by Berette Macaulay of the new Digicel building that just went up on the waterfront in downtown Kingston. The new Digicel global headquarters will be the most environmentally friendly major office building in the Caribbean using solar power, wind power and geothermal cooling systems. Will the
Thanks to Dr. Marilyn Delevante for sending us this hilarious shot of a road sign at Silver Hill Gap, just passed Newcastle. If you have an interesting shot of “Yard Life” please feel free to share it with us at firstname.lastname@example.org, I’m sure our YardEdge readers would love to see