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Support PUMA-Fortis 5k Run/Walk

May 12, 2013

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I’ve always been a big supporter of education, whether that be formally though books and schooling or more experiential through exposure and experiences like giving teens their first passport. So I’m happy to show my support for the PUMA-Fortis 5k on May 26th (Kingston, Jamaica) in support of educational and sports initiatives at Kingston College and Alpha Boys’ School. […]

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Jamaica Bacchanal 2013: Ready for Di Road

April 23, 2013

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Janeen’s back iwth the 3rd and final installment of Jamaica Bacchanal 2013. Jamaica Bacchanal Road March The Bacchanal Road March is always bitter sweet for me, sweet because it’s so much fun and I enjoy seeing the beautiful costumes but bitter because it signals the end of the season. I have to wait an entire […]

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Featured Travel Addict: Ornella from Jamaica

April 20, 2013

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I love sharing my travel stories with you guys, but I also get emails from and have met some of the most awesome travel addicts around the globe. Starting today I’ll be sharing a bit about their stories too in a new series called Featured #TravelAddict. First up is Ornella, a medical student and blogger […]

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Jamaica Bacchanal 2013: J’ouvert

April 17, 2013

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Janeen is back with part two of Jamaica Bacchanal 2013. This time she talks J’ouvert! Really hate I missed this. Check it out, and don’t forget to link with Janeen on her Facebook page, The Dryland Tourist! Beach J’ouvert J’ouvert is a staple of West Indian Carnivals, the celebrations differ on each island but two […]

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Jamaica Bacchanal 2013: Socarobics and Bacchanal Fridays

April 15, 2013

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Hey travel lovers! Can you believe I’ve never been to a carnival before!?!? Well, I’ve been to Atlanta’s Carnival, but that’s not quite the same as winin’ it up in the Caribbean or getting my samba on in Rio. I vow to change that in 2014, but in the mean time, I’m happy to have […]

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