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For such a small country, the impact of Jamaica can be seen, felt, tasted and heard in almost every corner of the globe. Who can’t sing along to at least one Bob Marley song or recognize the black, green and gold flag? And after this summer’s Olympics in London, Usain Bolt and his ‘to di worl’ pose will never be forgotten.
As a Jamaica-holic who travels all over the world, I’m excited to share this new series featuring glimpses of Jamaican culture from my (and your) travels around the world.
Have a photo and/or short story displaying Jamaican culture abroad? Send them my way to be featured here! E-mail your high res photos with descriptions to info [at] absolutetraveladdict [dot] com, with the subject “Jamaican Culture In.”
Jamaican Culture in…
- Part 1: Brixton and Marcus Garvey
- Part 2: Bob Marley and Caribbean Scene Royale
- Part 3: Usain Bolt and Marnie Searchwell Cakes
New York, USA
- (soon come)