St. Elizabeth Jamaica

The Best of Jamaican Food

Posted by on Aug 15, 2011 in Curry Chicken/Goat, Jamaica Travel, Jamaican Food, Jamaican jerk, Kingston Jamaica, Ocho Rios Jamaica, Portland Jamaica, St. Andrew Jamaica, St. Elizabeth Jamaica | 0 comments

"Sometimes you just have to get up off of that lounge chair and go explore." Great advice from the Travel Channel's Andrew Zimmern about experiencing wonderful Jamaican food! Some of my favorites are here - like chicken foot soup, curry goat, and tripe & beans. And some great places to try on your travels, like Aunt Merle's at Hellshire Beach for fresh fish, Cherry's One-Stop in Faith Pen, and exotic fruits from the stands in Bog Walk Gorge. Now I am HUNGRY! Enjoy... and go eat some Jamaican food! Yeah man. :yes: Part 1 Jamaican Food on "Bizarre Foods" featured on TRAVEL Part 2 Jamaican...

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Eco-music festival in St Elizabeth this Saturday July 2

Posted by on Jun 30, 2011 in Dancehall, Festivals/Events, Jamaica Travel, Jamaican crafts, Jamaican Culture, Jamaican Food, Jamaican Music, Lovers' Rock, Reggae Artistes, Roots Reggae, St. Elizabeth Jamaica, Stevie Face | 0 comments

If you're in the area of St. Elizabeth Jamaica this weekend, take the family to this fun new festival and enjoy a swim or a nature walk to the waterfalls. There will also be a Grand Market, Jamaican food and crafts & a stage show. It's all taking place at RivFalls, Maggotty, St. Elizabeth on Saturday, July 2nd, between 8AM and 2AM. Adults $1500, after 5 $2000. VIP PRESOLD $3500 - 21 & over, Children 12 and under FREE, Children 12 - 16 all day $500, 17 & over $1000. Eco-music festival for St Bess this Saturday A number of Jamaican artistes are going green. They are billed to...

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Flash Flood Warning extended for Jamaica

Posted by on Sep 30, 2010 in Blog, Hurricanes, Jamaica News, Jamaica Travel, Kingston Jamaica, St. Andrew Jamaica, St. Catherine Jamaica, St. Elizabeth Jamaica, St. Thomas Jamaica | 0 comments

Flash Flood Warning extended Continued showers and thunderstorms forecast for at least the next two days. Thursday, September 30, 2010 THE Meteorological Service has extended the Flash Flood Warning for low-lying and flood prone areas of all parishes until 5:00 pm Friday. The warning means flooding has been reported or will occur shortly. Motorists and pedestrians should not attempt to cross flooded roadways or other low-lying areas as strong currents are likely. Residents in low-lying areas should be on the alert for rising waters and be ready to move quickly to higher ground. Although...

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Driving Jamaica’s South Coast? | Stop to eat, mon!

Posted by on Aug 6, 2010 in Blog, Jamaica Travel, Jamaican Food, Manchester Jamaica, St. Elizabeth Jamaica | 0 comments

South Coast Eats Thursday, August 05, 2010 Foodies with a taste for local flavours are sure to love a trip along Jamaica's South Coast. In addition to spectacular views of the countryside, people can be treated to impressive "eats" on their visit. There's nothing like a roadside "pit stop" where one can sample fruits from vendors and consume local delicacies such as roast yam and peppered shrimp. Today's edition of Thursday Food takes you on a trip to the South Coast. Porus is famous for its local fresh produce, in particular its fruit. Numerous fruit stalls may be seen along the main road...

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Jamaica’s South Coast: Crocodile Alert!!

Posted by on Aug 4, 2010 in Blog, Jamaica News, Jamaica Travel, St. Elizabeth Jamaica, Treasure Beach Jamaica | 0 comments

Right......... like I'm going to run out & try capturing one of these suckers! Crocodile Alert! Friday, July 30, 2010 FOLLOWING a recent increase in crocodile sightings, the National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA) is reminding people not to attempt to capture crocodiles seen close to their homes. Instead, persons are advised to call NEPA to have the animals relocated. NEPA said in a release today that the increase in sightings can be attributed to crocodiles being flooded out of their habitat during the rainy season. The environment agency also said that it has been receiving...

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Visit Jamaica’s Cockpit Country | New Website Launched

Posted by on Jun 29, 2010 in Accompong Jamaica, Blog, Cockpit Country, Jamaica Travel, Maroons, St. Elizabeth Jamaica, Trelawny Jamaica | 1 comment

Visit Jamaica’s Cockpit Country | New Website Launched

You MUST visit the recently launched Cockpit Country website - it's wonderful and loaded with beautiful photos. :yes: If your Jamaica vacation permits you some free time for exploration in west central Jamaica, or if you love to hike, by all means check it out. Even if you can't make it this time, explore the website and put it on your "to-do" list for another trip! Cockpit Country is one of the most biologically diverse areas on earth. This inland area (mostly in the parish of Trelawny, Jamaica) was a stronghold used by Maroons to protect themselves from the control of Spanish or British...

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