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Top 10 Places to Eat Ice Cream -- National Geographic

Top 10 Places to Eat Ice Cream -- National Geographic | Jamaica | Scoop.it
Globe-trotters can experience flavors that go far beyond the standard chocolate, vanilla, or strawberry. Experience eel ice cream in Japan or green tea in Florence.
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BLOOD AND FIRE - Jamaica's Political History 1 of 4

"As Jamaica celebrates 40 years of independence, the BBC Two programme, Blood and Fire, examines the struggles involved. Here, leading theologian and academic Dr Robert Beckford, who presents the programme, argues that Britain must re-examine its own role in the process. Independence movement The programme traces the rise of the independence movement in Jamaica in the late 1930 to full independence in 1961. Controversially, the programme questions the political and philosophical basis of independence through an examination of neo-colonialism. On one level Jamaicans continued to be economically and politically exploited by larger and more economically advanced nations as soon as the Union flag was taken down and the green, gold and black flag of Jamaica raised in its place. Jamaica's history demonstrates we can't talk about the "end of empire" without acknowledging how the empire lives on in a variety of benign and malignant forms."
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What to Do in Jamaica

What to Do in Jamaica | Jamaica | Scoop.it
Check out the Jamaica Tourist Board Pinterest page featuring all the things to do in Jamaica
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New campaign from Visit Jamaica : "Get All Right"

The campaign, entitled “Get All Right,” features an engineer playing a remix of “One Love” performed by Jamaican musicians Bass Over Babylon, intercut with shots of tourists enjoying the attractions of the tropical destination. "The Jamaica Tourist Board invites you to #visitjamaica and #getallright"
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Top Five Foods to Eat in Jamaica

Top Five Foods to Eat in Jamaica | Jamaica | Scoop.it

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Disagree with plantain and callao. Ackee and saltfish and breadfruit should have been on there instead
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Sweet Heat - For Jamaicans, It’s About Jerk - NYTimes.com

Sweet Heat - For Jamaicans, It’s About Jerk - NYTimes.com | Jamaica | Scoop.it
Done right, jerk is one of the great barbecue traditions of the world, up there with Texas brisket and Chinese char siu.
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Zimbali Retreats & Cooking Studio on Working Organic Farm

Zimbali Retreats & Cooking Studio on Working Organic Farm | Jamaica | Scoop.it
An Eden In The Jamaican Mountains, Eco Friendly Retreat In Jamaica, Unique Local Tours and Delicious Ital & Vegan Cooking.
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HowStuffWorks "Traditional Jamaican Food"

HowStuffWorks "Traditional Jamaican Food" | Jamaica | Scoop.it
What kind of traditions are celebrated in Jamaica? Read about Jamaican traditions at HowStuffWorks.
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Jamaican Curry – A Brief History and the Legendary Jamaican Curry Goat

Jamaican Curry – A Brief History and the Legendary Jamaican Curry Goat | Jamaica | Scoop.it
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Jamaica Culinary Tours

Jamaica Culinary Tours | Jamaica | Scoop.it
Jamaica Culinary Tours: A Taste of History We take you on an exciting culinary adventure into the heart of our exotic Jamaican food, and the belly of our rich and diverse culture.
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Jamaican Fruits

Jamaican Fruits | Jamaica | Scoop.it
Jamaican fruits of every description, from Mangoes to Otaheite Apples. Did you know there's one called Stinking
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Caribbean Plate: Jerk Paradise in Jamaica

Caribbean Plate: Jerk Paradise in Jamaica | Jamaica | Scoop.it
MONTEGO BAY — Every place has its own special taste, its own signature flavour.

In Jamaica, that's undoubtedly jerk, the world-famous s
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Slavery in Jamaica, Part 1

“ 18th century slavery in Jamaica...”
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Jamaica’s Minister of Tourism unveils new brand campaign at World Travel Market

Jamaica’s Minister of Tourism unveils new brand campaign at World Travel Market | Jamaica | Scoop.it
Jamaica’s Minister of Tourism and Entertainment, The Hon. Dr. Wykeham McNeill, unveiled Jamaica’s exciting new brand identity in London at leading travel industry event World Travel Market 2013. World Travel Market was chosen for the global trade launch of Jamaica’s new brand identity, ‘JAMAICA - Get All Right’, and replaces the previous brand campaign, ‘JAMAICA - Once you go you know’.
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Jamaica Tourist Board Meet the People Program

Jamaica Tourist Board Meet the People Program | Jamaica | Scoop.it
Meet the People program, available at no cost to individuals and families.
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5 Hottest Bars in Jamaica

5 Hottest Bars in Jamaica | Jamaica | Scoop.it
“ Who makes the best cocktails in Jamaica? Check out our after dark guide to the five hottest bars.”
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The Destruction of our Beaches: Trelawny, Jamaica

The Destruction of our Beaches: Trelawny, Jamaica | Jamaica | Scoop.it
Jamaica's beaches are already hugely threatened by erosion, climate change impacts etc. But now, persons unknown are removing large amounts of sand from a beach on the north coast. Who are these pe...
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20 Jamaican Foods Most Popular Dishes

20 Jamaican Foods Most Popular Dishes | Jamaica | Scoop.it
The Jamaican food culture. Twenty of Jamaica's most popular and authentic tasty dishes. Dishes that are served everyday around the island.
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The History of Jamaican Jerk

The History of Jamaican Jerk | Jamaica | Scoop.it
How did we ever get along without espresso? In the last ten years, it’s become easy to find a coffee shop on nearly every corner where you can find many of the countless combinations like cappuccinos and lattes that use espresso as their base. But long before Starbucks conquered mom-and-pop coffee shops the world over, this humble yet exquisite beverage got its start in a kitchen in Italy.
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Touch The Road - Reciprocity Travel - Kingston, Jamaica

Touch The Road - Reciprocity Travel - Kingston, Jamaica | Jamaica | Scoop.it
When travelling we care about the communities we visit, Touch The Road Jamaica provides authentic trips that invest in Jamaica, Jamaicans and our economy.
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Bringing first-world travel to Jamaica - (The Jamaican version of Bolt Bus)

Bringing first-world travel to Jamaica - (The Jamaican version of Bolt Bus) | Jamaica | Scoop.it
For more than seven years, Knutsford Express has sought to revolutionise the way Jamaicans and visitors travel across Jamaica.
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