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Jamaica

JCE art tour
Worth A Visit

Here’s a guest post from my brother Steve Wilson who spends many days on the road travelling as part of Sean Paul’s management team, but Kingston is his first love when it comes to cities. Here’s his list of 10 things to do when you find yourself marooned in Kingston,

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Belcour & Banyan Tribe Yoga & Brunch
Yoga

SAVE THE DATE!  Belcour and Banyan Tribe Present Yoga & Brunch – Sunday, April 7, 2019 Time: 10am – 2pm Venue: Belcour Lodge, 15 minutes from Papine on the Irish Town Road Yoga by Certified Yoga Instructor Karin Wilson Edmonds and Brunch by Chef Robin Lim Lumsden from Belcour Preserves

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Jamaica River
Worth A Visit

I couldn’t agree more with this author that there are so many reasons to visit Jamaica and none of them have anything to do with our tourist resorts! “If you are looking for a travel destination that can offer the experience of interacting with friendly people while enjoying amazing culture,

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Treasure Beach
Worth A Visit

Travel Consultant Marina Delfos talks about her favourite off the beaten track spots in Jamaica. What’s something that would surprise most people about Jamaica — any off-beaten path things to explore? Jamaica is a haven for “off the beaten track” experiences from caving in the Cockpit Country, hiking to hidden waterfalls,

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Karin Wilson Edmonds
Wellness

I’ve published my first story on Medium. This has taken some courage but I’m pushing out of my comfort zone! Please have a read and let me know what you think! How I Said Goodbye To My Chubby Inner Child Pretty much all my adult life I’ve wanted to lose

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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.  Firstly, I have to let you know that I’m a yoga instructor and I teach

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Tribe Sankofa
Drama

More to Jamaican Theatre Scene than Comedy – Tribe Sankofa thrills with three-day showing! By Anna-kae West There is, in Jamaica, a common misconception that comedy is theatre. It is generally a foregone conclusion that when one goes to the theatre in Jamaica they are going to see a comedy

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YardEdge Wear

Here’s another cool t-shirt from YardEdge! This shirt features Reggae, Ska and Jamaica in red, green and gold Rasta colors printed on the sleeve of a classic Jamaican 7″ 45 vinyl record. This one’s perfect for fans of Jamaican and Caribbean music including mento, ska, rocksteady, reggae and dancehall. Also

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Yoga

“Gentle is the new advanced” – J. Brown Join Karin Thursdays at 10am for Gentle Yoga for Overall Wellbeing at Afya Yoga Studios, 2D Bamboo Ave, Kingston 6. This practice explores how yoga can build strength, flexibility and balance using gentle yoga postures and mindful breathing. This practice also explores

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Jamaican Farmers
Environment

166 farmers in St Thomas and St Andrew are now certified in climate smart farming techniques to improve their produce while protecting their lands and the island’s water supply. According to an advisory from the National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA), the farmers have successfully completed a 13-week climate smart land

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