March 2017

Monthly Archives

  • Travel Tips: Travel Safety

    Travel Safety When you travel the odds are you will have a safe and incident-free trip. However, if you are not aware of basic travel safety you can become a victim of crime or violence. If you exercise discretion, aren’t overly trusting, and don’t put yourself into risky situations, your travels should be safe and […]

  • Lime Cay: A Break From The City

    Kingston is definitely a must if you are adventuring through the island, whether you are there for music, culture, parties or just passing through. You will indeed feel its vibrant energy and without a doubt you will experience the hot temperatures. Lime Cay is the perfect getaway for a day break to dive into the […]

  • Jardin d’Eden – Where Development and Sustainability go hand in hand

    In a country where recycling hasn’t quite started yet, where Reusing, Re-purposing and Re-furbishing is the core of sustainability. This is my story of locals and volunteers from all over the world come together to create something new and sustainable. By early November when the cold weather settles in over the northern United States I […]

  • A Guide to Jamaican Mango Season

    If you’ll be visiting Jamaica during the summer months you’ll notice the overwhelming prevalence of one thing – in addition to the sweltering heat – MANGOES! These little sweethearts are believed to have originated in India, and come in a spectrum of varieties (16, actually, according to this article from UWI Department of Chemistry). With […]