Monthly Archives: January 2011

Tender Desires

Tender Desires I want to be in love! I want to experience the joy of true love! I long for tenderness I long for peace My heart hurts.   I want to experience life through love I need to know … Continue reading

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Jamaican Roads: Spur Tree Video  Jamaican Roads It can be extremely difficult to drive on Jamaican roads, at times it will seem as if you are playing a video game, so here are a few tips to help you along. Please make sure to … Continue reading

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For Jeff

A Mother’s Love    Look to me now, This is where you will find her. Look to me now, This is where you will be comforted. I am her; She is me. She is here and everywhere Inhale and feel … Continue reading

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Lovers’ Leap Video   Please Pass it on… thank you and ‘One Love’.

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Lovers’ Leap

In the Caribbean Sea, in Jamaica, in St. Elizabeth, on the south coast is where Lovers’ Leap is found. Lovers’ Leap is 1,700 feet above sea level…a sheer drop to the Caribbean Sea below. From truth, to myth, to legend, … Continue reading

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The purpose is to let the secret out about the beautiful island of JAMAICA. Come, take a tour with us and learn bout da real Jamaica…yea man. Be adventurous! I would love to hear from you…email me at: and twitter: @givingirl  

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The Legend: Bob Marley Video

A song by Bob called ‘Wake up and Live’. Enjoy.

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Devon House

Devon House was built by George Stiebel, Jamaica’s first black millionaire, and was declared a national monument in 1990. The area was known as “Millionaire’s Corner” at Trafalgar and Hope Road. Devon House is a historical site and now serves as … Continue reading


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Mandeville’s Courthouse

Just looking at the pictures one can tell this is a very old building, offering traces of Old England. Built in 1817 in the Jamaican Georgian style, a two storey structure, the Mandeville Courthouse stands as a national monument. Slave labor … Continue reading

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One of the many traditions here in Jam Rock…gas is still pumped by attendants.   Gas Attendant

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