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Saturday, 4 Dec 2010 | Flickr Photo Gallery

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Jamaica Part 2: Nine Miles

Tuesday, 30 Nov 2010 | Views [306] | Comments [1]

Nine Miles, Jamaica is the original birth place of Bob Marley, it is also where he and his mother Cedella Malcolm Booker are laid to rest.  We went up there to visit some long time family friends including Brenton, Dona, Mega, and Collin.  Collin actually ... Read more >

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Jamaica Part 1: Negril >Lances Bay<Lucea

Monday, 29 Nov 2010 | Views [537] | Comments [1]

There is so much to do in Jamaica with only six days it is a complete whirlwind experiance.  We stayed at the Rayon Hotel the first three nights, where Stumpy works and hangs out.  The first full day we had we went out to the reef by way of a glass ... Read more >

Tags: horse riding, jamaica, negril, snorkeling, sunsets

Photos: JAH

Monday, 29 Nov 2010 | Photo Gallery

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A Brief History of My Jamaica

Sunday, 31 Oct 2010 | Views [495] | Comments [3]

I call it "My" Jamaica because its the Jamaica in the way that I view it, the Jamaica thats been a long time love affair of every member of my family since the 80's.  I was five or six years old the first time we imported a "VAN,"... Read more >


Saturday, 30 Oct 2010 | Views [282]

11.29.10 Jamaica 12.06.10 Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico 12.15.10 Belize 12.21.10 Guatemala 12.30.10 Honduras 01.07.11 Nicaragua

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Our Trips Story

Friday, 29 Oct 2010 | Views [432] | Comments [2]

We were living in San Francisco going through the daily, dare I say awesome, motions of day to day living.  Looking for some direction we decided to enroll in a Yoga School in SF. Fortunetly, for us, the Yoga School was cancelled less then a month before ... Read more >



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