What can you do in Jamaica?
you can go to the beach,go shopping, drink bag juice
You can do almost anything at Jamaica.
You can do almost anything at Jamaica.
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by plane ie.air Jamaica or virgin airways or you could go to the tip of Florida, make a raft, and sail
It is a comparatively large island in the Caribbean Sea (about 45 x 100 miles). It is made up of 14 parishes similar to states. Jamaica is 90 miles south of eastern Cuba and southwest of Haiti. Jamaica is by Mexico.
Answer 2,825,928 in July 2009 In 2010 it has an estimated 2.9 million residents. 2,780.000 Jamaica has a population of 2,719,000
There are a large number of high schools in Jamaica. These includeCentral High, Edwin Allen High, Garvey Maceo High, and GlenmuirHigh.
no... Jamaica is an island so it is basically not on a coast... it is a coast.
Jamaica has several major rivers. These include the Martha Braeriver, the Rio Minho, the Rio Cobra, and the Wag Water river.
With a population of 2.8 million people, most people would say Jamaica is not particulary overpopulated.
Amphibians - 25 species of frogs and toads Reptiles - 31 species of turtles (Leatherback, Loggerhead, Green Turtle, Hawksbill), snakes (Jamaican Boa, Yellow Snake), lizards (Jamaican Iguana), crocodiles Bats - 25 species Birds - 324 species of birds (Doctor Doctor Bird, Scissors Tail, Swallow …Tail, Streamer Tail Hummingbird, Bee Hummingbird, Purple Black Mango Hummingbird, Yellow Billed Parrot, Black Billed Parrot, Cuckoos, Parakeets, Pigeons, Owls (Jamaican Owl, Patoo, Brown Owl), Ostrich) Mammals - 35 species (Mongoose, Sheep, Goats, Donkeys, Mules, Camels), includes 11 species of marine mammals (Dolphins, Stingrays) Butterflies - over 100 species (Giant Swallowtail) (endangered Swallowtail Butterfly) Insects - centipedes, millipedes, snails, slugs, scorpions, galliwasps Fish - fresh and saltwater (snook, jewfish, grey and black snapper, mullet) Domestic animals - dogs, cat, fish and birds Farm Animals - chickens, pigs, cows, goats, fish, sheep, rabbits, horses Endangered Mammals Brown's Hutia (geocapromys brownii) Cuban Lesser Funnel-eared Bat (chilonatalus micropus) Jamaican Greater Funnerl-eared Bat (natalus jamaicensis) Jamaican Hutia (geocapromys brownii) Jamaican Red Bat (lasiurus degelidus) West Indian Manatee (trichechus manatus) . (MORE)
The government of Jamaica is a parliamentary democracy. It has beengoverned in that way since 1962. The Senate consists of 21 membersand they are headed by a Prime Minister.
you should wear shorts, t shirts, skirts stuff that will keep you cool .......... bare that in mind. you can wear anything that is cool and wont make u hot. wear sandals on your feet try and keep away from trainers. Note this is dependent on the occasion. Church: Formal dressing: Men (Pants…, Shirt and tie) Women (Dress) (MORE)
NO, MONKEYS DO NOT LIVE IN JAMAICA AND SHOULD NOT BE KEPT AS PETS. (see the discussion page)
they play soccer bare foot .they love football and all the sports we play.Believe me because I am a jamacan
It's name comes from "Xaymaca". This an Arawak (the indigenous people of Jamaica) word which means "Land of Wood and Water.
Jamaica is around 4200 square miles in area. It is considered acommonwealth of Great Britain, although the country has its ownprime minister.
lots of people who go home every night and cry while masterbating and using their tears as lubrication
Jamaica is located in the Caribbean region of the Atlantic Ocean.It is located near the Gulf of Mexico in the Greater Antilles.
- Monarch: HM Queen Elizabeth II - Governor-General: Patrick Allen - Prime Minister: Bruce Golding See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jamaica
Yes, there is gold and other natural resources that can be found inJamaica. There are several active mines in Jamaica.
Jamaica is the third largest Caribbean island. It is 146 miles long from east to west and 51 miles at its widest point, from north to south. Slightly smaller than the state of Connecticut in the USA.
Jamaica is not a person but a country in the carribean i have been there several times and it is gorgeous if u get an all exclusive which is where they have a reserved beach then it is great but when u go anywhere else, there is so much poverty it is almost sickening and it makes me want to cry
IT IS AWESOME. everyone is nice and the food is superior. It is the vacation of a lifetime. Jamaica is beautiful if you want to go on vacation. Its sunny and has the clearest aqua water I have ever seen along fine white sand. When you arrive, here's a tip: DON'T LET ANYONE HELP YOU WITH YOUR BAGS. T…hey will rip you off and make you pay for it. and another tip: when buying things, negotiate prices in every store, start at half then go up. And remember, have a blast, drink your pina coladas in coconuts. EAT LOTS OF JERK CHICKEN. its amazing, but don't take it for granted. A couple hours away from you people are in poverty, and have little to no food, water, medicine, or money. I visited southern Jamaica and saw cats, dogs, and children starving while I was on a church retreat. So other than this enjoy. YOU should absolutely go. It was so worth it for me. (MORE)
Jamaica is an island nation of the Greater Antilles, 145 miles in length and as much as 50 miles in width. It is situated in the Caribbean Sea, about 90 miles south of eastern Cuba and west of southern Haiti. It is a great place to go in the winter, if you have bad weather. Jamaica is a tropical i…sland located in the Caribbean. The line of descent includes African slaves. (MORE)
the name was given to the island by the spanish and latertranslated to english The name Jamaica originated from the Taino name " Xaymaca" meaning "Land of wood and water, or Land of springs" . Theanglicized version of this name became "Jamaica". (The Spanish called Jamaica "Santiago", they did no…t give theisland the name "Jamaica" nor the name "Xaymaca") (MORE)
Jamaican people are just like people all over the world. We go to school, grow up, eat, love, laugh and cry just like you do. Our culture may be different from yours but we "do" lots of things. We make music, we write books, we like to swim and run, jump and play, read and contemplate the true meani…ng of life. We breath (just like you), communicate with one another (just like you) and live and die the same way that other human beings do. (MORE)
um... jamaica's a country.. plzz be more specific...... is it a movie or something?? PLZZ edit your question! Thnx! -Daphne- hope i helped!
Amphibians - 25 species of frogs and toads Reptiles - 31 species of turtles (Leatherback, Loggerhead, Green Turtle, Hawksbill), snakes (Jamaican Boa, Yellow Snake), lizards (Jamaican Iguana), crocodiles Bats - 25 species Birds - 324 species of birds (Doctor Doctor Bird, Scissors Tail, Swallow …Tail, Streamer Tail Hummingbird, Bee Hummingbird, Purple Black Mango Hummingbird, Yellow Billed Parrot, Black Billed Parrot, Cuckoos, Parakeets, Pigeons, Owls (Jamaican Owl, Patoo, Brown Owl), Ostrich) Mammals - 35 species (Mongoose, Sheep, Goats, Donkeys, Mules, Camels), includes 11 species of marine mammals (Dolphins, Stingrays) Butterflies - over 100 species (Giant Swallowtail) (endangered Swallowtail Butterfly) Insects - centipedes, millipedes, snails, slugs, scorpions, galliwasps Fish - fresh and saltwater (snook, jewfish, grey and black snapper, mullet) Domestic animals - dogs, cat, fish and birds Farm Animals - chickens, pigs, cows, goats, fish, sheep, rabbits, horses Endangered Mammals Brown's Hutia (geocapromys brownii) Cuban Lesser Funnel-eared Bat (chilonatalus micropus) Jamaican Greater Funnerl-eared Bat (natalus jamaicensis) Jamaican Hutia (geocapromys brownii) Jamaican Red Bat (lasiurus degelidus) West Indian Manatee (trichechus manatus) (MORE)
Jamaica is not a part of a continent. It belongs to a set of islands reffered to as the "Greater Antilles".
Jamaica is a big place. Since the question doesn't specify any particular point in Jamaica, we get to pick one of our own favorites. The KFC at the intersection of Knutsford Blvd. and Dominica Dr. in Kingston is located at 18Â° 00' 19" north latitude 76Â° 47' 16" west longitude… For the hotels farther down on Knutsford Blvd., the numbers would be different. Jamaica is a big place. (MORE)
Lots of things such as Dunn's River Falls which is a popular waterfall. There are caves, four-wheeling and horseback riding tours, there is the Rose Hall manor which is said to be haunted and you can visit the birthplace and resting place of Bob Marley. There are, of course, lots of beaches, both tr…aditional and nudist. There is shopping of all kinds including markets which sell many handmade and personalized items. Fine dining and very casual streetside dining options are available. There are mountains, forests, hills, valleys and many different kinds of animals. There is something for everyone in Jamaica. (MORE)
English and Patwa/Patois, but it's pretty easy to learn it's almost like English just a little different
Jamaica (pronounced /dÊÉËmeÉªkÉ/) is an island nation of the Greater Antilles, 234 kilometres (145 mi) in length and as much as 80 kilometres (50 mi) in width, amounting to 11,100 square kilometres (4,300 sq mi). It is situated in the Caribbean Sea, about 145 kilometres (90 mi) south …of Cuba, and 190 kilometres (120 mi) west of Hispaniola, the island harboring the nation-states Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Its indigenous Arawakan-speaking TaÃno inhabitants named the island Xaymaca , meaning the "Land of Wood and Water", or the "Land of Springs".  (MORE)
Yes , we call Jamaica by its name . Just other Jamaican people when referring to Jamaica we may say "yard/yardie or back home" Other than that , its plain old Jamaica .
by plane or virgin airways or you could go to the tip of florida, make a raft, and sail
No Jamaica is not landlocked, it is an island that is completely surrounded by the Caribbean Sea.
No. PBS is a US thing. And Jamaica is not in the US. So it will not be available in other countries.
I am guessing it is a Mexican descent that is a citizen or resident of Jamaica
It depends where you live or are coming from . if you live in lets say Toronto , then you would have to take a plane which the flight would be from 3-4 hours depending on the pilot & the weather . But mostly you would be taking a plane .
Jamaica is located due south of Cuba, west of Haiti, north of Colombia, and east of Belize.
This question could be split two ways. 1. Does Jamaica have any dormant or extinct volcanoes? Yes. Jamaica and surrounding islands of the Antilles were in fact formed from volcanoes. These volcanoes rose from the ocean billions of years ago to form the islands that we know today. So, in a sense…, the entire island of Jamaica is a volcano. 2. Does Jamaica have any active volcanoes? No. There are no active volcanoes on the island of Jamaica. There are, however, many mountains in Jamaica's Blue Mountain Range. (MORE)
No you don't have to vote for Jamaica stupid person. and do you have sex? If you are a Jamaican citizen (whether by birth, marriage or naturalization) then you are eligible to vote in Jamaica.
Well, I don't know about dolphin cave but I know dolphin cove is in Jamaica.btw i live in Jamaica
It's a semi-transliteration of a word in the language of one of the indigenous people meaning either "land of wood and water" or "land of springs".
In my opinion I think she asked Tabitha Clark to spy on them during their Spring Break in Jamaica or -A spied on them and forced Tabitha Clark to work for him/her.
it was called Xaymaca by the Amerindians who were the people who inhabited the island before Christopher Columbus "discovered" it
No. Jamaica is a country. Brazil is another country. Jamaica is in the Caribbean. Brazil is the biggest country in South America. Jamaicans speak English (Jamaica Patois dialect). Brazilians speak Portuguese (Brazilian dialect).
read and you will know Minister of Education, Rev. the Hon. Ronald Thwaites, says over 800 schools will be hosting events to celebrate Jamaica's independence on Monday, August 6. The Minister noted that when the request was first made of the schools there were murmurs of disquiet which surprised him…, knowing the importance of the school, which is the centre of the community. "However, the Permanent Secretary tells me that we have had positive replies, and that functions will take place in over 800 of our schools on Monday. Jamaica is alive," he said. The Minister was speaking at a Jamaica 50 celebration event at the Ministry of Education, on August 3, 2012. The event began with a flag raising ceremony, where cadets from Kingston College did a re-enactment of the first Independence by lowering the Union Jack and hoisting the Jamaican flag. Applauding the cadets, Rev. Thwaites said that come September, the Ministry will be making a special effort to reintroduce the uniformed groups in all schools. He noted that the uniform groups will assist in teaching discipline and respect of national symbols, such as the flag and pledge. He also spoke to the significance of the lowering of the Union Jack and raising of the Black Green and Gold. "Now we are responsible for ourselves and we have to make sure that as adults and as children growing to be adults, we are going to stand by our own sense of responsibility and purpose. We have nobody else to blame," the Minister said. Rev. Thwaites pointed out that having access to education was a big achievement over the last 50 years. "What we have to do now is to ensure that we have equity and quality throughout the whole education system. We don't have that yet and that is our mission, and each of us has to ensure that this happens," he emphasised. In the meantime, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry, Grace McLean, reminded everyone just how far the Jamaican education system has come since Independence. "In 1962 we were still struggling to provide access and equity in the education system, especially at the high school level. It was during the 60s that we started the build out of our secondary schools. It was during the 60s that the new deal for education came into being, as well as the 70/30 policy, which provided access for many who were denied the opportunity to secondary education, because of the colour of their skin," she said. Mrs. McLean noted that the system has made significant strides since then. "We have since then developed education the way upwards in the 1990s and the Task Force report on education in 1994, which is now paving the way for new experiences for us, ensuring that we provide quality education for all in this country," she said. The Permanent Secretary said that despite all the achievements, "we cannot become complacent, because there is still much more to be done." She called on her colleagues to recommit themselves to continue to improve education over the next 50 years. The event saw staff members and friends of the Ministry of Education celebrating Jamaica 50 in song, dance, poetry and food. There were also exhibits on display from the Institute of Jamaica and other groups. (MORE)
My answer is : There aren't cheetahs in Jamaica living freely, unless there are some of them in Zoos in Jamaica.
Yes. All countries do. Some countries that are close to fault-lines have major ones. Other countries far away from faultlines have minor ones. "Experts" claim that Jamaica is just waiting for a major earthquake now. There is however no way of making a timewise correct estimate for this.
\n. Unless you have a car that can run on land AND water, you're SOL...
Being gay is not a choice, and there are gay people in everycountry on the planet. But it is illegal in Jamaica for gay peopleto have intimate relations.