By Paris Permenter
This interesting new addition to the Alive! sequence takes you to the Jamaica, a land of dashing waterfalls, sandy shores, gigantic rivers and powerful cultural roots. "Dawn to nightfall" sections specialize in the simplest sunlight hours delights, corresponding to tremendous watersports, sightseeing, white sand shores and engaging museums. "After darkish" sections take you to the easiest nightclubs, piano bars, cocktail lounges and seashore cookouts. 1000s of locations to stick and consume are profiled in element, in response to repeat visits through the authors. In-margin icons let you see at a look which actions are being mentioned. Maps. index.
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N TIP A voter registration card is no longer valid proof of citizenship! Customs Regulations p 31 Customs Regulations US Customs US visitors can return home after a 48-hour visit with up to $600 of duty-free purchases. If you buy Jamaican art, rum, perfume, coffee or other locally made items, they are also duty-free. Visitors can mail to the US an unlimited number of gifts worth up to $100 without duty (cigars, liquors and perfumes are not included). n TIP Before your trip, get a copy of Know Before You Go brochure (Publication 512) from the US Customs Service at your airport or by writing the US Customs Service, PO Box 7407, Washington, DC 20044.
Under $25 A Capsule History J amaica has a long history, one that has shaped the island in many ways. All aspects of life, from food and music to religion, reflect the island’s background. From Indians to Europeans The diversity and rich history of Jamaica is captivating. D. and lived peacefully on the land and the sea’s bounty. ) DID YOU KNOW? The island’s coat of arms is an Arawak couple beside a shield displaying pineapples and the crest of a Jamaican alligator. The Island Today p 15 In 1655, Spain lost Jamaica to England.
To leave Jamaica bendung maaket . a sidewalk market, a place where you would bend down or “bendung” to shop boonoonunus. . . wonderful, beautiful duppy . . . . . . . . . . . . ghost irie (eye-ree) . . . . . . all’s well, good mash up. . . . . . . . . sickly, tired nyam . . . . . . . . . . . . . eat wagga wagga . . . . . . . . bountiful winji. . . . . . . . . . . . . sickly Many larger hotels offer patois lessons. 20 p Environment Environment J amaica is home to 27 endemic species of birds, including the vervain hummingbird, the second smallest in the world.