What is in Jamaica?
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 traditional 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.
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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 s…outhwest of Haiti. Jamaica is by Mexico.
you can go to the beach,go shopping, drink bag juice You can do almost anything at Jamaica.
Jamaica is a country
no, Jamaica estates is in montego bay Jamaica
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 t…hen 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. They 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.
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 island located in the Caribbean. The line of descent includes African slaves.
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 "d…o" lots of things. We make music, we write books, we like to swim and run, jump and play, read and contemplate the true meaning 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.
um... jamaica's a country.. plzz be more specific...... is it a movie or something?? PLZZ edit your question! Thnx! -Daphne- hope i helped!
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
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 th…e pilot & the weather . But mostly you would be taking a plane .
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".