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Title: Jamaica tourist
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Language: English
Publisher: Ragni Fjellvoll
Place of Publication: Montego Bay, Jamaica
Publication Date: Winter 2010/2011
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ISSUE 16 WINTER 2010/11


IN THIS ISSUE
ISLAND ADVENTURES
THE SECRETS OF APPLETON RUM
UNIQUE POTTERY FROM WASSI ART
LENNOX LEWIS LENDS A HAND TO
THE PALMYRA FOUNDATION
LUXURY SHOPPING
RESTAURANTS & PARTY SPOTS
A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE:
THE TIVOLI PROJECT
JAMAICA'S PREMIER EVENT BACKDROP
WHAT TO BUY WHEN FLYING OUT


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Although Jamaica is an English-speaking island, the island's history as a melting pot for foreign cultures also
extends to its unique native language. Called Jamaican Creole by linguists, Jamaican Patois is an English-
lexified creole language with West African influences spoken primarily in Jamaica. The origin of the language
traces back to the days of slavery, when captives who had been brought to the island from West and Central
Africa to work on the sugar plantations learned to speak English from their British, Scottish or Irish slave masters.
The mixture of their African native tongues and a simplified English resulted in a blend of languages, commonly
known as patois; a French term without a precise linguistic definition.
Mostly as a spoken language, there is no standard or official way of writing Jamaican patois. For example,
the word there can be written "de", "deh", or "dere", and the word three is most commonly spelled "tree",
but it can be spelled "tri" or "trii" to distinguish it from the noun tree.
Even though you might already be familiar with expressions like "yeah man" or "irie man", we would like to
take you a step closer to speaking patois with a few more essential phrases. Not only will they help you
understand Jamaicans better, they will help you make quite the impression when conversing with the locals!


"Me nuh no."
"Is weo yu did go?"
"Yu waan sup'n fe eat (nyam)?"
"Go fall me dung a market."
"Is foreign yu cum fram?"
"Yu reddy fi anedda drink?"
"Wah yu badda badd me bout?"
"Big tings a gwaan fi yu."
"Howyu luk so chaka chaka?"
"Yu biznis cook and curry."
"Me soon fawad."


I don't know.
Where did you go?
Do you want something to eat?
Come to the market with me.
Are you from a foreign country?
Do you want another drink?
Why are you bothering me?
Things are looking up for you.
Your outfit looks untidy.
Everything is fine.
I will soon be there / I will be leaving here soon.


However, the most essential patois expression of all time is the phrase "soon
come". As you will quickly realize, this very widely used term
bears no reference to swiftness despite most people
concluding exactly this based on the word
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For tickets, please contact:
The Palmyra Sales Centre, Rose Hall. Montego Bay
Tel: 953-9787
info@thepalmyrafoundation.com
Proceeds from the weekend go towards the purchase of books, libraries and educational toos.


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at Munro College in Kingston, where he first
witnessed an image develop on a blank piece of
photo paper. "The rest is history," states the film
producer and advertising professional. After being
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h from which he graduated with a BA in
Communications specializing in photography and
film, Max went on to pursue a MA in Advertising
and Marketing from the New York Institute of
Technology. But after a few years studying
abroad, the shores of his native land called and
he returned to the island. "Jamaica has always
been my home, so after freelancing for a couple
"This experience has been a gift, one that I will never forget and one that I of years, I set up Frame by Frame productions
will gladly repeat," says Max Earle together with Lukkee Chong in 1993."
While media and advertising are his bread and butter, Max has earned a lot of positive attention through his
latest community project in Tivoli Gardens. Says Max; "If you had told me then that I would be in the heart of
Tivoli Gardens photographing within a month of the skirmishes, walking through the worst hit areas without
fear, I would have told you that you were out of your mind! It really is amazing what life has in store for you,
and what good can come to you if you embrace opportunities with an open heart."
Born from an idea presented to Max, Rozi Chung and Dr. Tammy Haynes-Robinson by Dr. Rebecca Tortelln
'The Tivoli Project' was based on the notion of using photography as a way for traumatized youth to
communicate their thoughts and feelings about the recent conflict between police and thugs. Explains
Max; "The objective was to provide an avenue for the teenagers to express themselves in a non-
conventional way. One of the goals was to get the young men to put their past into perspective and
allow them to move forward in as positive a way as possible."
Through the two week long undertaking, the filmmaker applied himself to transferring his passion for
photography to 10 young men between 14 17 years of age, chosen by the leaders of the Tivoli Gardens
Community Centre. Equipped with basic pocket 'point and shoot' digital cameras and 1 gigabyte
memory cards, purchased with funding from the JN Foundation photo advocacy programme
Resolution Project, the 10 teenagers were sent out to photograph their neighbourhood. Sh.:I,-
Max; "Instead of direct assignments, we allowed the boys full freedom of expression \rll
their images. By asking them to take pictures of their past, present and future, as well :,:
their families and environment, we were hoping that we could identify a thread we colidI .
use to discuss their lives."
"After the participants began taking pictures, Max and Rozi met with their young protg--:
in a room at the Tivoli Gardens Community Centre every other day to download their photo:"
Explains Max; "While the boys were not so interested in the downloading aspect, they w-l-
very anxious to see the pictures on my laptop screen and chat about them."
One would think that images of war and destruction would be the inevitable end result .I
photographing the Tivoli Gardens environs following the recent skirmishes between thuo:
and police, but that is where the group of youngsters surprised everyone. "Although a lor
of images of bombed, burnt and shot up buildings came back, interestingly, there wer-
just as many images of areas that had sustained no damage at all. One young man tool
a picture of a painting of a house in a field, by a river; his 'dream home'. Very powedii
stuff," describes Max.
Asked how he believes the initiative has helped the group of young men, the Creative
Director describes some of the changes he has seen materialise in the participants;
"When we first met the group, we encountered scepticism and long, sad faces. As
the two weeks went by, the smiles and the outgoing "boy-like" personalities came
out in abundance." More importantly, the teenagers opened themselves up to one-
to-one counselling at the end of the exercise and requested that the project leaders
continue to stay in touch with them. Comments Max; "I think that while the project
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helped them realized that you cannot change your
past, you can place it in the proper perspective
and use it to change your future."
About his motivation to get involved in the project,
the father of two says he thought it was important
to show the teenagers in Tivoli Gardens that
people outside their community cared about them
and wanted to help. "Where a need has been
identified, don't ask what you can do. Just show
up and your question will be answered. That's
essentially what I did. I showed up." Max hopes
that his efforts will rub off on his own sons Shane
(9) and Daniel (7); "1 am hoping to set a good
example for my boys. This experience has been
a gift, one that I will never forget and one that I
will gladly repeat."


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with the insight and optimism of their images. (Photo: MxEarle)


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areas of the island, where the need for this type of interaction has been identified.
With a selection of the photographs from the project exhibited at Kingstons Grosvenor
Garden during the month of November, the organizers are currently working to :I11.
the exhibition in New York, Florida, Philadelphia and Las Vegas. The aim of the
exhibition is to raise money for counseling of youth in the area of Tivoli Gardens.
Donations can be made through Facebook or through www.chichibud.org.


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THINGS TO DO AROUND THE ISLAND


MONTEGO BAY


BRACO STABLES
BRACO TRELAWNY


-.F ..--. A perfect combination of adventure, sunshine and mellow exercise, the popular
Swim 'n Ride combines an equestrian experience with beach, sunshine and
Sk a chance to explore the countryside. Braco's Trail Mix tour offers another
option to enjoy Trelawny's magnificent scenery on foot and bicycle. Available
,- daily: 10:30 am and 2:30 pm. Call 954-0185

ROSE HALL GREAT HOUSE
ROSE HALL
The historic tour of the famous 18th century Great House combines history,
mystery, suspense and steaming love stories. Visit Annie Palmer's former
residence where several visitors have reported sightings of the ghost of the
infamous "White Witch." Guided tours daily from 9:15 am with the last tour
starting at 5:15 pm. Call 953-2323


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CHUKKA CARIBBEAN ADVENTURES
ROSE HALL, GREAT RIVER AND SANDY BAY
Zipline Canopy tours, ATV and 4x4 Off Road safaris, Ride 'n Swim adventures,
Dune Buggy rides, river tubing and kayaking, Chukka tours guarantee
sensational outdoor experiences while being environmentally friendly. Green
Globe certified. Open daily 8:30 am 5:30 pm. Call 953-6699


RAFTING ON THE GREAT RIVER
GREAT RIVER, ST. JAMES
Nothing is more romantic than rafting down a river on a 30 foot bamboo raft.
Experience true tranquility on this very enjoyable and peaceful journey
downstream under the direction of your captain and rejuvenate your mind,
body and soul. Open daily 9:00 am 5:00 pm. Call 952-0889


DOCTOR'S CAVE BEACH
GLOUCESTER AVENUE (HIP STRIP)
One of the most spectacular private beaches
in the area, Doctor's Cave is the perfect place
to chill under a palm tree with a cool drink in
your hand, white sand between your toes and
an unbeatable view of the Caribbean Sea. Open
daily 8:30 am 5:30 pm. Call 952-2566


SEAWIND BEACH CLUB
FREEPORT


The private Seawind Beach Club is a fantastic chill-out option for lovers of sun, sand, ocean and relaxation.
Conveniently located, with ample parking in Freeport next to the Secrets Resort, this breathtaking beach also
offers a pool, changing facilities, restaurant and bar. Open daily from 10:00 am. Call 953-6600


RASTAFARI INDIGENOUS VILLAGE
MONTEGO RIVER GARDENS
Authentic insight into the Rastafari way of life. Explore the natural heritage,
culture, music, foods, herbs and spices in this village comprising of homes,
school, herbal and organic farms and lots of interesting people. Handmade
crafts, CDs and clothing on sale. Call to make bookings. Call 383-9068.


AHHH... RAS NASTANGO ART GALLERY & GARDEN
CAMROSE DISTRICT, KEMPSHOT AREA
If you are looking to go off the beaten track and enter into a beautiful garden and artsy environment, you are
invited to spend some time watching RasNatango create his amazing paintings and take some time out in a
beautiful garden setting overlooking Montego Bay. Open Mon Fri 10:00 am 6:00 pm, Sat and Sun by
appointment. Call 578-2582.

MAYFIELD FALLS
GLENBROOK, WESTMORELAND, 1 12 hours from Montego Bay
A nature lovers paradise with two beautiful waterfalls, 21 natural pools, 52
-. -. varieties of ferns, an abundance of exotic tropical flowers and plant species,
--. and several types of birds, butterflies, and indigenous wildlife. Mayfield Falls
offers some of the prettiest scenery Mother Nature has to offer. Open everyday
.1 from 9:00 am 5:00 pm. Call 792-2074

NEGRIL
KOOL RUNNINGS WATER PARK
NORMAN MANLEY BOULEVARD
The only state-of-the-art water park in Jamaica with 10 amazing super-sized
water slides, 1/4 mile lazy river, Captain Mikie's Coconut Island for kids,
Anancy Village and several restaurants. Open Tues to Sun from 11:00 am to
7:00 pm. Closed Mon. Tel: 957-5400


S. DOLPHIN COVE NEGRIL
LUCEA
Dolphin Cove Negril, is now open! A short drive from Negril and the Montego
Bay cruise ship pier, Dolphin Cove Negril surpasses customers' expectations,
creating fun for the whole family. Home to 8 bottlenose dolphins, with the
number of mammals to increase to 20. Open 8:30 am 5:30 pm.
Call 974-5335 or 292-4869.


NEGRIL'S 7-MILE BEACH
ACCESSIBLE FROM NORMAN


MANLEY BOULEVARD


Enjoy a stroll along this famous powdery white sand beach, stop for a drink or
two and soak up some sun at one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

"' RICK'S CAFE
WEST END
Listed as one of the "1,000 places to visit before you die", sunset watching at
Rick's Cafe is mandatory. Hang out by the pool, cabanas or bar to enjoy a
tropical drink or some good food at this top-of-the-rock hotspot, while you
watch the dare devil cliff jumpers. Open daily noon to 10:30 pm. Tel: 957-0380


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Experience the Natural Mystic of The lastafari of Jamaica


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The best way to see the island! For the finest tours and excursion experiences, travel with us
and witness the spectacular beauty and tranquility of our island. From the home of the
Reggae King to cascading waterfalls, adventure tours and the tropical underwater world.
Enjoy Negril where a laid back attitude becomes a way of life...


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Dunn's River Falls
Climb the waterfalls of the Caribbean's most beautiful natural attraction
Negril Sunset
,% Lounge at amazing 7-mile beach and watch the sunset at world famous Rick's Cafe


Black River Nature and Safari
See crocodiles and swim in waterfalls at the Black River safari
Spirit of Reggae (The Bob Marley Experience)
Walk in the footsteps of the reggae icon at his birthplace, Nine Miles
Rainforest Bobsled Jamaica at Mystic Mountain
Soar above the treetops to the peak of Mystic Mountains. The Bobsled and
The Zipline will send you speeding through the heart of the forest
Catamaran Cruise
Sail the Caribbean Sea and enjoy great weather and company
Dolphin Cove
Swim with the amazing bottlenose dolphins in Ocho Rios
Chukka Caribbean Adventures
Adventure in the best of Nature
Horse Back Riding Zipline Canopy ATV Safari
Jungle River Tubing Dune Buggy 4x4 Safari


Reggae


Rewarding


Relaxing


Thrilling


Adventurous


Don't forget to rent your
water shoes with us!


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Boston Bay
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Pol Royal


Treasur Beach


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OCHO RIOS


BLUE MOUNTAIN BICYCLE TOUR
OCHO RIOS, KINGSTON, MONTEGO BAY AND PORTLAND
One of the most recommended tours on island, which combines nature, culture
and exercise with the beautiful scenery. Visit the highest point of the Blue
Mountains accessible by vehicle, before you embark on a thrilling, downhill
bicycle ride. Available daily 9:00 am 5:00 pm. Tel: 974-7075


DOLPHIN COVE
DUNN'S RIVER MAIN ROAD


Spend an unforgettable day choosing between the many fun activities at
Dolphin Cove. Captain your own mini-boat or glass bottom kayak, interact
and swim with dolphins, sharks and stingrays, and mingle with exotic birds,
snakes and iguanas on the Jungle Trail Walk. Open daily 8:30 am 5:30
pm, first encounter 9:15 am, last 3:15 pm. Tel: 974-5335


PROSPECT ADVENTURE TOURS
PROSPECT PLANTATION
Experience the open-air jitney ride on the plantation tour, horseback rides,
camel safari, hikes and bicycle tours while you explore the 1000-acres of
the Prospect Plantation. Acquire your personal 'Camel Driver's License'. Open
Mon Fri 10:00 am 3:30 pm. Tel: 994-1058


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DUNN'S RIVER FALLS
DUNN'S RIVER MAIN ROAD


Just minutes from Ocho Rios, the spectacularly beautiful waterfalls cascade
down 600 feet of limestone steps into the sea below, forming a perfect
playground for fun and relaxation. Bring or rent your watershoes, swimsuit,
towel and camera! Open daily from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm. Call 974-2857.
www.dunnsriverfallsja.com rm
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With the motto; "Always look where you want to go and
keep in the flow", Kiteboarding Jamaica has started a trend
. that is proving irresistible to watersport fanatics. You just
have to spend a sun-drenched day at Bounty Bay, 20
minutes from Montego Bay, to become aware of the many
Julia at Bounty Bay where Kiteboarding Jamaica is located nationalities that visit to try out the world's fasted growing
(Photo:Heidilech) watersport. "Aside from the many locals, people from the
US, Canada, Poland, Germany, France, Belgium and Israel come to see us to try out kiteboarding," explains
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and the latest gear offers the highest in safety standard. The young German woman who made Jamaica her
home 8 years ago, is bringing the breezy sport of kiteboarding to a new level. Explains Julia; "The wind conditions
at Bounty Bay are ideal, there is always onshore wind, which ensures that you end up at the beach at all times."
The gear, which consists of board, kite, harness, impact vest (life vest) and helmet, can be rented from Kiteboard
Jamaica. Great discount are offered on Cabrinha equipment purchases.
What was previously an extreme sport can now safely be enjoyed by children as young as 10 years old. Explains
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The school is fully insured according to IKO requirements and now has three instructors and a very bright future.
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LENNOX LEWIS LENDS A HAND


Students happily wait in line after receiving their books (Photo: SukiMacPhoto.com)


The book distribution started Monday September 6th at Montego Bay Infant School and Catherine Hall Primary &
Infant School, where 643 four year old children who had turned up for their very first day at school were handed
book bags by The Palmyra Foundation team. Boxing icon Lennox Lewis and his wife Violet helped make the first
day of distribution a special occasion by joining the "literacy squad" who spent quality time with the children at
Montego Bay Infant School. Said Palmyra Resort & Spa's Robert Trotta, who was handing out books shoulder to
shoulder with Lewis; "As usual, Lennox Lewis was happy
to lend a hand when it came to the children of Jamaica.
He is the champ for what he did today." Trotta remarked
that although some of the 4-year olds may not have
recognized the World Champion boxer, the school's
staff and parents were thrilled to see the famous boxing
idol chitchat with the children while handing out pink
and blue book bags. Sponsors William Craig from Billy
Craig Insurance, Shelagh Jardim from Rainforest
Seafoods and entrepreneur Patrick Casserly were
among the other volunteers who turned up to help
with the book distribution.
Robert Trotta (left) and Sen. Noel Sloley spend time with a student at e ook on
the Montego Bay Infant School (Photo: Heidizech) The Palmyra Foundation team was back I,, :1, r11.
on September 7th, when a group of all men sponsors handed out book bags to 520 five year ol I lilil-ii
at Montego Bay Infant School. Attorney Gordon Brown from Rattray, Patterson, Rattray; John S :ill, 11111
John Swaby Entertainment; Senator Noel Sloley Sr. from Jamaica Tours Ltd. and Barry Bonito fr'll, Al li.
Global Inc., were among the male role models who chatted with the children and made sure that F: II
book bag was presented with proper ceremony. think the most gratifying aspect of the experientI-
of sharing these gifts of learning with these delightful, energetic, hopeful children is the knowledge
that we were there, with and for them from the very start. Today makes one reflect on the
reality that it truly does take a village to raise a child and through The Palmyra Foundation,
we are happy to play our part as our children's keepers," commented Gordon Brown.
Each child received their very own book bag with a pack of crayons, a pencil, a colorful
300 page BrainQuest Workbook and 2 or 3 Scholastic reading books at a value of US$30 per
pack. "The BrainQuest Workbooks will single-handedly give every child the opportunity to learn
their letters and numbers," said Palmyra Foundation spokesperson Ragni Trotta. To measure the
exact impact of the books on the children's reading and writing skills, the Palmyra Foundation's
Program Committee is providing schools with a general skill test that will be administered both
to children who have received the books and children who have not. "We are very excited to
see what results the books will produce by the end of the 2010/2011 school year," commented
Ragni Trotta. "On behalf of the Foundation, I would like to extend a big thank you to all the
sponsors and volunteers who made this year's book distribution possible."


Reggae star Tarrus Riley hands a book bag to a student of the
St. Peter Claver Basic School in Kingston (Photo: Max Eade)


Foundation supporter Violet Lewis had a grand time at the recent book
distributions (Photo: SukiMacPhoto.com)


More than 40 volunteers handed out 7,000 books at a total of 13 schools during the week long distribution,
which resulted in many smiling faces among everyone involved. Said Mrs. Monica Hinds, Principal at Montego
Bay Infant School; "We are very grateful that The Palmyra Foundation is helping make our jobs easier." Her
comments were affirmed by several of the Principals at the other schools who received books from the Foundation.
To raise funds for next year's book purchase, The Palmyra Foundation will host a big Fundraising Weekend at
The Palmyra Resort & Spa on February 11 and 12, 2011. The Friday's Tropical Reggae Beach Concert will
feature reggae ambassadors "Third World", Tarrus Riley, Dean Fraser, Tessanne Chin, and several other performers
who are turning up supporting the non-profit charity through the musical beach party. The Saturday Night
Benefit Dinner & Dance promises fantastic food, drinks and great entertainment.
The Palmyra Foundation's primary purpose is to provide school books to 4 and 5 year old school children in
public infant schools across Jamaica. Since it's startup in 2007, more than 80 international volunteers have
helped provide 72,000 books to 15,000 children in 80 schools across Jamaica's 14 parishes. To date, the
Palmyra Foundation has donated books for over US$400,000. The non-profit charity is a registered charity in
Jamaica and is audited by Deloitte & Touch. For more information, please visit www.thepalmyrafoundation.com.


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EVERYTHING YOUR HEART DESIRES


MONTEGO BAY
ROBBIE JOSEPH'S SEAHORSE GRILL, MONTEGO BAY YACHT CLUB, FREEPORT
CUISINE: INTERNATIONAL
A seaside eatery located at the "tip of the bay" within the Montego Bay Yacht Club, across the street from
Sunset Beach Hotel in Freeport. Chef Robert Joseph brings more than 35 years of culinary experience to his
new Seahorse Grill restaurant & bar. Specializing in world class, global cuisine with a West Indian flare. Fresh
seafood, steaks, pastas and local Jamaican favorites encompass the menu along with traditional tasty burgers,
salads and sandwiches. Dine al fresco under the stars on the open air dining deck overlooking the marina, the
bay & the city or in the enclosed dining room, while you enjoy the casually Caribbean ambiance of the legendary
Montego Bay Yacht Club.


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WEEKLY SPECIALITY NIGHTS
* TUESDAY / WING IT WITH RED STRIPE LIGHT (6:00 pm to 11:00 pm) Variety of Hot Wing styles at a great
price. Specially priced Red Stripe Light.
* WEDNESDAY / LOBSTER FETE (6:00 pm to 11:00 pm) 2 for 1 Lobster Dinner. Buy 1 LOBSTER dinner at
regular price & receive a 2nd LOBSTER dinner FREE! (seasonal).
* THURSDAY/ STEAKHOUSE (6:00 pm to 11:00 pm) A special select menu of quality U.S. Choice Beef Steak
Dinners with all the trimmings at a special low price. PLUS specially priced Appleton Special Rum Qs.
* FRIDAY/ ENDLESS BUFFET (7:00 pm to 10:00 pm)- International dishes & local Jamaican favourites. Live
music by Junior Holding.
* SUNDAY / PASTA-PALOOZA (5:00 pm to 9:00 pm) Family Night pasta party. Choose your own pasta
ingredients & sauces from the cooked to order pasta station. Kids eat for half price.
(all specials subject to change without notice)
Open daily for lunch & dinner 10:00 am to 11:00 pm. Call 684-9133. www.theseahorsegrillja.com
PIER 1 SEAFOOD RESTAURANT & BAR, HOWARD COOKE BOULEVARD
CUISINE: SEAFOOD
Pier 1 Seafood Restaurant is known as Montego Bay's most popular, casual hot spot. Located on the waterfront
of Howard Cooke Blvd., the waterfront restaurant features a panoramic view and the best sunset watching on
the bay. Enjoy the freshest in seafood or choose from a variety of chicken, steak, burgers and vegetarian dishes.
Pier i's weekly Seafood Sundays, starting at 5:00 pm is an event eagerly awaited by the entire family. Pick
your favorite seafood or fish and have it prepared by the Chef just the way you like it to the tunes of a one-
man band. Complimentary pick up from most area hotels. Open daily 11:00 am to 11:00 pm. For more info
call 952-2452 or visit www.pieronejamaica.com.


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THE HOUSEBOAT GRILL, FREEPORT
CUISINE: INTERNATIONAL
Moored in the calm waters of the Montego Bay Marine Park Fish
Sanctuary, the Houseboat Grill offers a unique setting for an intimate,

S restaurant, where you can choose your own live lobster from a glass
covered lobster trap on deck, continues to be a favorite choice. Enjoy
dinner in the downstairs dining room or dine under the stars on the
moon deck. High heels are not recommended as the only way to visit
the Houseboat is on a little tow-ferry that brings you across from the shore. Excellent food, magnificent
atmosphere, and great service everything you need for a perfect evening out.
While the bar opens at 4:30 pm, you can enjoy the daily happy hour offering '2 for the price of 1' on local
brands from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm. The dress code is casually elegant, high heels not recommended. Open daily
for dinner from 6:00 pm 11:00 pm. Tel: 979-8845

MARGARITAVILLE, GLOUCESTER AVENUE
CUISINE: INTERNATIONAL
Part of the Jimmy Buffett brand of restaurants, Margaritaville Montego Bay occupies one of the most spectacular
waterfront location on the popular 'Hip Strip'. With activities, great food and beverages and outstanding
atmosphere, this popular spot offers relaxation and enjoyment for the entire family. Choose from 52 flavors of
tropical Margaritas, including raspberry, strawberry and mango and indulge your taste buds in sizzling fajitas,
salads, pizza and, of course, the world famous Cheeseburger in Paradise. Mouthwatering desserts like Cosmic
Key Lime Pie and the Last Mango Cheesecake are a delicious finale.
Open daily 11:00 am 2:00 am. Tel: 952-4777.
Complimentary shuttle service for dinner guests in the
Montego Bay area, from Breezes in Trelawny in the east
to Round Hill in the west. i


Margueriles Sealood by The Sea. Gloucesler Avenue
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The Twisled Kill
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Angela's Ilalian Reslauranl. Whiller Village.
Ironshore
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The Prince ol Wales. Hall Moon Shopping Village
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Margarilaville. Gloucesler Avenue
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The Jamaica Bobsled Cale. Gloucesler Avenue
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Scolchie's. Coral Gardens
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Akbar & Thai Garden. Hall Moon Shopping Village.
Rose Hall
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Sugar Mill Reslauranl. Hall Moon Goll Course.
Rose Hall
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Three Palms. Rose Hall Resorl & Spa.
a Hillon Resorl. Rose Hall
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The Pelican. Gloucesler Avenue
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OCHO RIOS
EVITA'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT, EDEN BOWER ROAD
CUISINE: ITALIAN
Evita's is located in the dramatic setting of an authentic 1860
Gingerbread house, enjoying magnificent views of Ocho Rios' beautiful
bay. Italian host Eva (Evita), who hails from Venice, enjoys making sure
that her patrons eat well from one of their 30 kinds of pasta and have
a good time. Featured in many titles including Gourmet Magazine and
Bon Appetite, Evita's little pasta house is a member of the World's
Oldest & Foremost Gourmet Society and just about every celebrity who
has visited Ocho Rios has enjoyed the food at the famous restaurant
including Michael Bolton, Meg Ryan, Alec Baldwin, Naomi Campbell,
Kate Moss, Christy Turlington, Keith Richards, the Rolling Stones and a
string of other dignitaries. Open daily for lunch & dinner from 11:00 am 11:00 pm. Call: 974-2333

HARDROCK CAF(, MAIN STREET
Hard Rock Caf6 is jammin' and rockin' in Jamaica! The 10,500 square-foot caf6 includes a 180-seat restaurant,
a live music stage and the Rock Shop offering collectible items that occupy the entire first floor. Rare memorabilia
adorns the walls including photos of Prince and the original lyrics for "Jammin" handwritten by Bob Marley.
Added to the mix are priceless items from rock legends Led Zeppelin and George Clinton's funk band, Parliament.
At the Hard Rock Cafe, even starters like Santa Fe Spring Rolls and Tupelo Chicken Tenders are big enough to
share! Great entrees include the New York Strip Steak, Herb Grilled Chicken Breast, or Hickory Smoked Bar-BQ
Beef Brisket from the 'Smokehouse' in addition to burgers, sandwiches and healthy salads. Sweet 'Temptations'
are also offered. Stop by for the perfect mix of funk and rock at the Hard Rock Cafe in Ocho Rios.
Restaurant open Sun Thur 11:00 am 8:00 pm, Fri Sat 11:00 am 11:00 pm.
The Rock Shop daily 9:00 am 5:00 pm. Tel: 974-3333

ITHER ELEGANT ANDCASUAl l RI


Toscanini. Harmony Hall. SI. Mary
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Le Papillon Reslauranl and The Caviar Bar.
Royal Planlalion
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The Dinner Terrace al Ihe Jamaica Inn
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Jimmy Bullell's Margarilaville Bar & Grill.
Island Village
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Passage lo India. Soni's Plaza
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Tel: 795-3182
The Ruins al Ihe Falls, 17 DaCosla Drive
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Myslic Dining ReslauranI & Bar. Myslic Mounlain.
Dunn's River Main Road
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11:1 11 11111 Tel: 974-3990/exl. 219 1i 218
Coco Brown's Collee Bar. Island Plaza
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Pushcarl ReslauranI al Pirales Cave. Wesl End Road
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Rockhouse Reslaurani. Wesl End Road
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Rick's Cale. Wesl End Road
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Jack Spral. Jake's Holel. Treasure Beach
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Lew's Inlernalional Chinese ReslauranL Mandeville
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Hungry Lion. Wesl End Road
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Jimmy Bullell's Margarilaville Bar & Grill. Norman
Manley Boulevard
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1111-11, 1 :ll, 'i I: I1 :11, I I I11 Tel: 957-9180/
957-4467
Cosmo's Sealood ReslauranI & Bar. Norman Manley
Boulevard
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01,-I ,l .ll, 'i 1111 :i111 l 00 I rn i Tel: 957-4330


INGSTON ELEGANT AND CASIUAL RESTAURAN


Gaucho's Grill. 20a Soulh Avenue. Kingslon 10
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Tel: 754-1380
Norma's on Ihe Terrace. Devon House
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Chililo's. 64 Hope Road. Kingslon 6
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TGI Friday's, 51 Hope Road. Kingslon 10
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Red Bones Blues Cale, 1 Argyle Road, Kingslon 10

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S ANDREA'S STEAKHOUSE AT MARBLE, MARBLE VILLA SUITES,
TREASURE BEACH, ST. ELIZABETH
CUISINE: INTERNATIONAL
Marblue Restaurant offers a casual and fine dining experiences with Surf and
Turf, selected prime cuts and the freshest fish. Enjoy tamarind crusted fillet of
B snapper with butter-rum sauce, snapper in coconut-wine bisque or choose other
e delights from the always changing daily menu. Bar-affairs are coconut crusted
black river crab cakes, Fort Charles sea scallops with crispy Asian slaw, sugarcane shrimp with a spicy peanut
dip, New York strip beef sliders, roasted onion, tuna tower with Balsamic reduction, all for under US$10.
Marblue Restaurant is the winner of the Jamaica Observer Table Talk Award: The culinary destination of the
Year 2010. Open for breakfast from 8:00 am 10:30 am (Sat and Sun until noon), lunch everyday from
12:30 pm 3:00 pm and dinner from 6:00 pm 9:30 pm. Please call for reservations. Tel: 965-3408
Opening days and hours are subject to change without notice.


A gentle experience in 'the Jamaica less traveled', exquisite accommodations and gourmet meals at


Marblue!
VILLA SUITES & RESTAURANT
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Jamaica ObserverTableTalk
www.mrarblue.com' Ph.965-3408 Chef direct 840-5772


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ELEGANT AND C ASU AL RES AURANS O INTES A IA


NEGRIL ELEGANT AND CASUAL RESTAURANTS


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LATIN RHYTHMS WITH DJ IRIE LATINO


With the fiery mix of genes of an
Italian mother and a Jamaican father,
Alexis' loves to bring people and
cultures together through music. His
love story with Latin rhythms began
during a visit to Santiago de Cuba in
2000. "Surrounded by old Spanish
architecture and cars from the 1950s,
I felt like I was starring in a movie,"
recalls the DJ. "Cuban salsa blaring
from street radios added something
unique to the rich atmosphere which
Irle Latinos Nicola Francis (left) and Maria Morales of Secrets Resort & Spa dancing up a made a lasting impression".
storm (Photo: lrie latino) When a salsa singer sporting a dark
suit and polished black shoes took to the stage in a bar one night, Alexis found himself electrified by the music.
"I have never been so captivated by a musical performance," recalls the DJ about the very moment in which
his interest and fascination for Latin music was born.
Alexis started experimenting with salsa
music as a DJ in 2004, while in charge
of promoting the weekly Latin Night for
the Courtleigh Hotel in Kingston. In
2006, the feeble beginnings had
evolved into an Irie Latino movement
in Ocho Rios, which at the time had a
a ODLANHI large Latin community. Recalls the DJ,
f, l "We had a wonderful core group of
i employees from the RIU and Bahia
Principe hotels, who were joined by
locals and tourists intere :r I
in Latin music.

Fun is guaranteed on
Friday nights at BlueBeat
when 0J Irle Latino
spins Latin sounds
(Photo: I/rie Latino)


Alexis' skillful mixing and spinning of the Latin rhythms of salsa, samba, bachata, merengue and reggaeton,
could fool anyone into thinking he is of Latin descent. Says the DJ about his favourite artists; "I love to play the
music of the Colombian group Sonora Carruseles to get the salsa dancing going. Dominican singer Juan Luis
Guerra is my favourite meringue pick, while the Aventura Group, also from the Dominican Republic, is perfect
for bachata. For trendy reggaeton, Puerto Rican singer Tito El Bambino is the ideal music choice."
Located at the trendy BlueBeat on Montego Bay's Hip Strip, Alexis has a devout following of Irie Latino fans
from Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Mexico, Spain, Jamaica as well as many other nationals who
come by to enjoy the vibrant and catchy music. Says the DJ; "I have spotted Mayito Rivera, lead singer of the
Cuban band Los Van Van, Lennox Lewis, Donovan Bailey and Minister of Tourism Ed Bartlett at my events."


Alexis' is keen to promote Jamaica and the Caribbean region
on his popular blog, where the DJ talks about his favorite
music, events, restaurants, bars and the abundance
of things to do on the island. Log on to
www.irielatino.blogspot.com. Search for Irie
Latino on Facebook and Twitter.


0J Irie Latino Alexis Monteith
(Photo: courtesy of l Irieo atino)


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Breathtaking each setting at Hose Hall's 'Te WeeKena' vertigo party (Poto: Heidi leh)
With several successful events under his belt and more in the works at the ultra chic resort, General Manager
Lester Scott and his team have impressed many patrons with their flair for creating exceptional backdrops
befitting any occasion. The traditional Indian wedding reception for 300 people held in September, 2010, amazed
everyone who saw the transformation on the beach of The Palmyra. To create artistic and unique events with
supreme attention to detail for his clientele, Scott collaborates with Jamaica's largest floral provider, Dr. Paulette
Hossman of Tai Flora Services Ltd. and her dedicated team of professionals.
While the beach venue has accommodated events with up to 1,000 people, it can comfortably host up to 2,000
people. 2010 events hosted at The Palmyra beach include the Jamaica Jazz & Blues Media Launch Party, Mojo
6 LPGA Farewell Party and The Vertigo White Party. And with each affair, Scott has pushed the envelope and
taken the client's vision to another level. Says Barry Bonito of ADS Global; "One minute it was the immaculate
white, sand beach I am used to, and the next it was this dreamlike setting with couches, drapery and
mood lighting."


The Palmyra Clulnouse and Deach Deautifully decorated (Photo:Heidilech)
"There are no 'cookie-cutter' events at The Palmyra Resort & Spa," states the General Manager. Striving to
create special memories and moments in a way that only The Palmyra can, the resort can accommodate
everything from a private, romantic beach experience for 2 people up to a 2,000 person event with floating
stages and fireworks. The creative staff is determined to push the limits to make each event take on a life of
its own, and Scott is already busy planning a New Years Eve Party that people will not soon forget.
To ensure each event is special, The Palmyra team draws heavily on the experience of Executive Chef Scott
Simpson, who came to The Palmyra after a long tenure with the Marriot family. Since arriving in Jamaica,
Simpson has established relationships with local farmers and immersed himself in the local environment and
cuisine, resulting in inventive and impressive menus. The talented Chef Simpson takes the time to create menus
that expand on his clients' ideas, exceed their expectations and really 'wow' their guests. "The Palmyra absolutely
offers the flexibility of any backdrop or environment you wish to promote, coupled with a unique menu to
emulate the setting," comments Scott.


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With a full service restaurant and bar with plenty of terrace space, The Palmyra Clubhouse poses another
excellent event venue for meetings, conferences and weddings. Overlooking an elegant palm tree-lined pool
and the beachfront promenade, the Clubhouse features extensive meeting, convention and function space
including a ballroom, six convention and meeting rooms and stunning event lawns and terraces available for
lavish outdoor functions. Set 300 ft. into the Caribbean Sea, the ocean gazebo poses the perfect spot for an
intimate wedding. The Palmyra Clubhouse has already hosted several artfully orchestrated events.


With The Palmyra developer approved for a casino license, The Palmyra has spurred the creation of the island's
first integrated casino & resort development, 'Celebration Jamaica', a US$1.8B master plan set to be rolled out
on 65 acres of beachfront property in Rose Hall. The country's first integrated casino resort project will bring
a new and sought-after entertainment option to tourists visiting the north coast of Jamaica featuring sports
book and table games such as Roulette, Craps, Blackjack and Baccarat.
The ground-breaking project includes a 1,500 room main Resort & Casino building, with a 75,000 square foot
Casino and Sports Book, a state-of-the-art nightclub, a ballroom and an array of restaurants, function and retail
spaces. In addition to the main building, the project boasts a marina, several secluded beaches and a host of
premier entertainment, attractions and features located just a stone-throw away from the brand new 2,500
person capacity Montego Bay Convention Centre.

The extensive white sand beach invites guests to swim,
sinbathp and rpla (Phntn tpidiprh)


Jamaica's first luxury beachfront community offers a "one of a kind" experience for residents and guests. A
member of The Leading Hotels of the World, The Palmyra offers tropical style luxury living in condominiums and
villas within its lush, private sanctuary. World-class amenities include a two-story luxury designer spa, a
magnificent Clubhouse, four restaurants, a state of the art fitness centre, two swimming pavilions, a fully serviced
private white sand beach and privileged access to 54 holes of spectacular golf within a one-mile radius. More
than US$4 million has been invested in the creation of an environmentally friendly beach and the preservation
of existing marine life on The Palmyra coastline.


* Fully furnished luxury condominiums and
villas from the USS500s USS4M
* FLOW TV and high speed internet
connectivity
* Private, palm tree-lined white sand
swimming beach
* Two swimming pavilions
* Clubhouse with ballroom and extensive
meeting space
* Elegant or relaxed dining at four
on-site restaurants


* 30,000 square-foot world-class destination
ESPA
* State-of-the-art fitness center
* Personal Attendants, Concierges and Chefs
* Golf privileges to 54 holes at Rose Hall's
top three courses
* Full service property management and
voluntary rental program
* Competitive mortgage financing available


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THE TALENTED PROFESSOR BEECH


Dr. Beech remembers his first visit to the island
together with a fellow student from Lucea
twenty five years ago, which awakened his
desire to make a difference. During a fabulous
vacation, the two medical students visited
hospitals and health facilities. Recalls Dr. Beech,
"I realized how fortunate I was and decided that
I wanted to give back. I want to help to make
the world a better place." Since then, the island
Sand its people have become very dear to the
talented doctor throughout his many visits.
In 2006, Dr. Beech committed to render surgical
services and teach medical students at the
University of the West Indies after meeting the
prominent doctor Greg Thomas at Cornwall
Regional Hospital, Montego Bay. Since taking
over the role of medical director at CRH, Dr.
,'A Delroy Fray has been a strong force in
developing a vibrant and successful partnership
Chief of Surgery at Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Dr. Derrick Beechg
(Photo: courtesy e hf r. Beech) with Dr. Beech and Meharry Medical College.
Dr. Beech has a high level of admiration and
respect for Dr. Fray's commitment to patient care and community, "I consider Delroy to be more than just a
surgical colleague I consider him a friend," he continues, "Jamaica has many very talented doctors and we
work together to keep abreast about all aspects of cancer care and surgery. I come to the island every four
months and bring much needed supplies."
Back home in Tennessee, Professor Derrick Beech starts his day with meditation at 5:00 am before checking
how things are at the 125-bed Meharry hospital by 6:45 am. "A normal workday finishes at around :00 pm,"
says the youngest ever Chief of Surgery at the Meharry Medical College's School of Medicine in Nashville, the
US Medical School with the largest African American student body in the US.
The first college graduate in his family, Dr. Beech went on to Duke University followed by the Medical College
of Virginia. He completed his surgical training at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia in 1993 and training
in cancer surgery at the prestigious MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas. Dr. Beech's resume has
grown to 48 pages and contains countless honors from various societies such as the 'International Who's Who
of Professionals', the 'Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society' and the 'National Institute of Health T32
Training Grant Recipient' in Molecular and Cellular Cancer Research at the University of Texas.
States Dr. Beech, "If we follow the latest trends, we can fight the cancer battle. Particularly in the case of breast


cancer, we've come a long way. We won't be
able to cure it, but we can make it a treatable
disease." Dr. Beech resiliently commits to one
week of surgery every time he visits the island.
Word gets around, witnessed by the line of
patients seeking help from the caring surgeon,
"I got a call from the Savanna-la-Mar hospital
some time ago, so I am planning to do three r
days of surgery there this week."
Growing up in modest surroundings, the deeply
religious cancer specialist puts the patient first,
"A doctor commits to full patient care in the
Hippocratic Oath. No matter how long it takes,
I talk to my patients." Recites Dr. Beech; "I will
remember that there is art to medicine as well
as science, and that warmth, sympathy, and
understanding may outweigh the surgeon's
knife or the chemist's drug."
Listening to Dr. Beech, who is such a positive Dr. Beech with Cornwall Regional Hospital's Chief of Staff Dr. Delroy Fray
person, one can imagine that the patients he (Photo: courltesY of r. Beech)
treats must feel that they are in very good
hands. States the Chief of Surgery, Our focus today is on the patient. We deliver compassionate patient care
with excellence." One of Dr. Beech's favorite success stories began two years ago, while staying at the Hilton
Resort in Rose Hall. During a busy day at the clinic and 100 people waiting in line, he heard someone calling
out "I know you!" A member of staff from the hotel, the young man became one of Dr. Beech's patients and is
back at work today due to Dr. Beech's excellent care.
Although extremely busy, the doctor finds time for balance. He de-stresses through cycling, raquet ball and
reading. Where he finds the time is a mystery, particularly when he reveals that he has written over 170 scientific
papers and is currently working on his second novel.
Since the island has become like a second home, Dr. Beech was looking at properties in Ironshore just a few
months ago. He found some nice houses, but was put off at the prospect of maintaining a house. Then, something
magically pulled him through the gates of the luxury resort community of The Palmyra Resort & Spa in Rose
Hall and he met sales executive Judith Ferger. "I liked what I saw and the rest is history," says the soft-spoken
Dr. Beech with a smile. Now he can be in Jamaica whenever he wants and comments, "The Palmyra staff is
impressive, I feel like family."
Dr. Beech surrounded by students and staff of Meharry College (Photo: courtesy of Dr. Beech)


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FOR A VACATION OR FOREVER- THE CHOICE IS YOURS
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living in spacious, fully furnished studios, one, two and three bedroom condominiums, four bedroom penthouses and villas, with breathtaking ocean views.
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MONTEGO BAY
BEWITCHED ROSE HALL GREAT HOUSE
'Bewitched' every Thursday on the lawns of the Rose Hall Great
House starting 6:30 pm. Enjoy your favorite drink and company
at Annee's pub backed by great music. Take the 'Spook Tour' and
peek into Annie Palmer's former private quarters. For more
information, please call 953-2323.


APPLETON V/X RUM AND JERK JAMAICA NITE SEAWIND BEACH CLUB, FREEPORT
Party every Saturday at the newly opened Seawind Beach Club with Appleton drink specials, jerk delights and
groovy 80s and 90s music at this seaside location. Call 953-6600
MARGARITAVILLE HIP STRIP, GLOUCESTER AVENUE
Follow superstars Nelly, Busta Rhymes, P. Diddy among others who have been spotted partying here! The 'Ville
is known as the hottest nightclub in town. Open daily from 11:00 am until the party ends. Tel: 952-4777
PIER 1 HOWARD COOKE BOULEVARD
Pier Pressure is the place to be on a
Friday night! Dance to pulsating reggae,
thumping dancehall and energetic
dance music from 10:00 pm to sunrise.
For more information, call 952-2452.


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Voted "The Best Night Club in the Caribbean". Starts at 11:00 pm until 4:00 am. Call 957-4005
MARGARITAVILLE NORMAN MANELY BOULEVARD
The 'Ville is Negril's day and night party central. Its prime beach location invites you to chill in the cabanas or
lounge chairs, enjoy all day music. Open daily 8:00 am 11:00 pm. Tel: 957-4467

OCHO RIOS
MARGARITAVILLE ISLAND VILLAGE
The high-energy bar & grill provides all-day family fun and nighttime entertainment, with tropical margaritas
and Cheeseburger in Paradise! Open daily 9:00 am 10:00 pm, on club nights (Mon, Wed, Sat) until 4:00 am.
Beach Party on Thur. Tel: 675-8976


KINGSTON
QUAD NIGHT CLUB 20 22 TRINIDAD TERRACE, NEW KINGSTON
This multi level club features Christopher's Jazz Cafe for dining, the
Oxygen Nightclub and the Voo Doo Lounge for partying. Open Mondays
- Saturday, opening hours vary. Contact 754-QUAD (7823).

Information provided is subject to change.


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THE PERFECT

ROMANTIC GETAWAY


The main priority at Jewel is to deliver gracious generosity to each guest (Photo: courtesy of Jewel)
Located mere moments from Jamaica's spectacular Dunn's River Falls and several wonderful attractions including
Dolphin Cove, Jewel has been dubbed one of Caribbean's most romantic resort. The all-inclusive adult only
property is the perfect spot for couples, honeymooners and idyllic weddings. Appealingly decorated ocean and
mountain-view rooms and suites with private balconies are located in three buildings with 'Diamond Butler' and
'Diamond Concierge' services.
At Jewel, you can watch a movie from the comfort of a pool raft while sipping a handmade rum punch served
by a pool concierge or dine by candlelight on a pristine beach and that's just the beginning. The resort's
multiple dining options range from the formal to casual, and bar choices include pool bars and an Emerald Tree
Lounge that lights up each night. Other amenities include full service European Spa, a 9 hole golf course, a gift
shop and a fitness centre.
With comments like "If you are looking for a romantic getaway with your partner, look no further than the
Jewel!" and "great value for money" the resort and its staff is getting excellent feedback from visitors on
TripAdvisor.
Experience a stress-free vacation at Jewel Dunn's River Beach Resort. Free airport transfer from Montego Bay
International Airport is included. www.jeweldunnsriverresort.com


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To purchase 100% Wallenford Blue Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee,
High Mountain Coffee, gift baskets and other interesting and unusual
gift items, visit The Coffee & Spice Shop located on the upper level in
the food court area. Visit the coffee bar to enjoy a cup of the famous
Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee, Espresso Coffee drinks, Chocolate drinks
and assorted teas. A wide range of pepper, jerk and other sauces,
marinades, jams, jellies and honey have been carefully chosen to satisfy
even the most discriminating palate.
Open from 6:30 am to 10:00 pm, call 952-5985. www.wallenfordblue.com


Walk Good Caribbean is the exclusive havaiana rubber sandals distributor in Jamaica. Sought after not only by
fashionistas, the soft and comfortable flip-flops are available in many colors and styles. With over 5,000 pairs
to choose from at the MBJ airport store, you are guaranteed to find your match! Other items available include
an eclectic collection of beachwear and summer dresses by Cia Maritima. www.ciamaritimaus.com
Store opens at 7:00 am and is located on the mall's right wing as you go up the escalator towards the food
court. Go to www.walkgoodcaribbean.com or call 480-2704. www.havaianas.com


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If you are looking for unique -
jewelry with a creative touch,
build it yourself! Pandora handcrafted jewelry features a patented
threading system, allowing you to add and arrange an incredible
selection of finely produced beads and charms. Bijoux offers a
wide selection of Pandora beads made from 14k gold, sterling
silver, Murano glass Handcrafted Murano glass beads or gemstones
and cubic zirconium Pandora charms to commemorate a birthday
or life event, these charms are striking!


Also available are exquisite Pandora earrings, necklaces, and rings as part of our match jewelry collection.
Shop duty and tax-free before you fly and save at Bijoux Jewelers located on the left at the top of the escalator.
Open daily 7:30 am until the last flight leaves. Tel: 952-6718


After Check-In, Check out
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Chulani Jewelers established in 1959, carries luxurious brands of Swiss watches and
fine jewelry that fit everyone's lifestyle, including stylish timepieces from Rado.
Manufactured with high-tech sapphire crystal, Rado watches are convex or flat which
underscores its dynamic profile and creates a seamless transition from the bracelet
S and case to the crystal. A characteristic feature of all Rado watches is the ultrafine
S metal coating on the bottom of every sapphire crystal.
A must have is the Integral Jubil, a model of classic elegance with black high-tech
ceramic and comfortable flexible stainless steel plated bracelet with a curved case that
hugs the wrist. The top Wesselton VVS diamond accented dial and case easily transitions
from day to night. Available in four sizes.
jj Chulani Jewelers is located straight across the corridor from the escalator on the left
side of the hall. Open daily from 8:00 am -10:00 pm. Call 952-2377


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UNIQUE POTTERY FROM WASSI ART


Beautiful Jamaican made pottery from Wassi Art (Photo: WassiAt)


Bellina Collections home accessories that capture the vibrant colours
and motifs and of the Caribbean. (Photo: WassiAt)


Wassi Art is an unexpected treasure chest of unusual
pottery that has delighted visitors and collectors over
the years. Located in the idyllic resort town of Ocho Rios,
the company was established by Robert and Terri Lee
in 1990. Merging Robert's talent as a graphic artist and
entrepreneur seamlessly with Terri's creativity and art
heritage, their mutual love of art and enterprise are
expressed through Wassi art's unique pieces. From its
early beginning with 3 intuitive artisans two decades
ago, the company currently counts 40 employees. To
tap into this foundation of talent, a very unorthodox
approach of encouraging artistic freedom in a production
setting was utilized. The result is an explosion of
gorgeous art created in spontaneity as the clay "speaks"
to the artisans. Each creation is an experience of human
spirit poured into fire and earth to create a cherished
island treasure.
To expand the production of locally made quality craft,
Wassi Art recently merged with Bellina Collections. High
quality, functional home accessories that capture the
vibrant colours, motifs and flavour of the Caribbean,
Bellina products are reproduced from original paintings
done by artist Althea Costabile and handcrafted by local
craftsmen.


The company is committed to the creation of functional home
accessories and collectible arts and craft for the local market
as well as for export. They have recently opened a new retail
store at Kingston's historic Devon House, which features Wassi
Arts works as well as other Jamaican potters and artists. The
inclusion of other artists is deliberate to show support


of the local industry. The store provides an outl,-r II.
both established and up and coming artists to sh. :i
their talent.
Wassi Art designs adorn homes worldwide. Says .,V i :: Ai
Marketing Manager Shelle Tweedie, "Our decol: r.
pieces are collected by Kofi Annan, Shari Belafonri-
Bryan Adams, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Jesse Jackson
Hon. P.J. Patterson, just to name a few." 100% 0
Jamaican, the clay comes from Castleton in the
parish of St. Mary. Once processed, Wassi Art's
potter Michael Hunter forms it into outstanding
pieces of art, while artist like Ramon Smith
applies the colorful finishing that gives the
pieces that authentic Wassi Art look.
Visit the Wassi Art factory and Bellina
Collections in Ocho Rios Monday-Saturday 9:00
am to 5:00 pm (until 4:00 pm on public
holidays). Call 974-5044. In Kingston at Devon
House, opening hours Monday Saturday 10:00 anr
to 6:00 pm. Call 906-5016. Wassi Art and Bellim
Collections are also available at all major hotels :mi
gift shops island-wide. www.wassiart.com


All Wassi Art pottery is useable, dishwasher safe, microwaveable
and lead free. (Photo: WassiArt)


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APPLETON RUM
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The unique sty known documentation of rum production atof Appleton Estate Jamaica Rums is dueated back to 1749. However, the origphosophy of rum production bein


an art. From the selection of the varieties of sugar cane grown on the estate, the special natural culture of yeast
used in fermentation, the unique distillation and blending methods, to ageing and the bottling of the rum, every
2- step of the process is controlled by Appleton brand owner J. Wray & Nephew. The commitment to excellence

in each area has led to the company's track record of producing unique quality Appleton Estate Jamaica Rums.
is a spirit that improves with age and nature does not allow for shortcuts. What exactly takes place during the
ageing process remains one of nature's secrets, but it is a known fact that rum ages best in 40-gallon oak
barrels. Additionally, Jamaica has the advantage of a unique phenomenon known as "Tropical Ageing" which
causes rum to age quicker due to the warm climate. Rum aged for only one year in Jamaica has the same
characteristics of a spirit that has been aged for two to three years in a cooler climate.
The final secret and last step in the process of making exceptional rum is the art of blending. The first woman
in the world to be appointed Master Blender, Appleton Estate's Joy Spence, uses many different types and
: I styles of rum to create exceptional blends, much in the same way that an artist uses different colours to create
'401a painting.
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Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton Resort & Spa *4 4 very own formula, which is a closely guarded secret. Sugar cane crops, just like grapes,
can vary from year to year depending on a number of factors including rainfall and
temperature. To ensure the quality and consistency of each blend, the Master Blender
and her team blend all of the rums according to a secret formula before they perform
extensive nosing and taste tests to ensure that the blend meets the taste and aroma
Located in Lucea, the north coast of Jamaica, only profile for that particular blend.
25 minutes from Montego Bay, the Grand Palladium Lady
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First, the Master Blender selects the barrels of rums that will be used in
a particular blend based on the age, type and style of rum that it contains.
Subsequently, each barrel undergoes extensive quality checks. Different
rums of varying styles and ages are blended together to add its distinctive
layers and contribute to the complexity and richness of each rum. After
the rums are blended, extensive quality checks are carried out to ensure
that the blend meets Appleton's high quality standards. The blend is then
left to rest for an extensive period of time, allowing the different rums in
the blend to "marry." This marrying process allows the character, flavour
and bouquet of the rums to fuse together, resulting in a fuller and more rounded product.
Once the "marrying" period is complete, extensive quality checks are once again carried out. Upon meeting
Appletons quality standard, the Master Blender certifies it for bottling, allowing it to be shipped around the
world and enjoyed by people who appreciate the finest in rum.
Below is a selection of fine award winning rums that will help you to select what best fits your taste.
APPLETON ESTATE 30 YEAR OLD JAMAICA RUM
A Limited Edition Luxury Rum from Appleton Estate Jamaica Rum
A limited edition luxury rum, only 1,440 bottles of 'Appleton Estate 30 Year Old Jamaica Rum' were produced.
Each of the individual rums that make up the blend has been aged in oak barrels for a minimum of 30 years.
Smooth, mellow and wonderfully complex, this rum has a delicate side that will surprise many rum and
spirit connoisseurs.
APPLETON ESTATE 21 YEAR OLD JAMAICA RUM
A luxury Rum in the Appleton Estate Jamaica Rum range
SA rare and smooth blend of the finest aged rums, 'Appleton Estate 21 Year Old
Jamaica Rum' will please the palate of even the most discerning rum lover.
S Carefully selected for the unique character, flavour and bouquet that they bring
p to the blend, each of the rums that make up this blend has been aged for at
S least 21 years.
APPLETON ESTATE EXTRA 12 YEAR OLD JAMAICA RUM
The Ultra Premium Rum in the Appleton Estate Jamaica Rum range
The rums that make up Appleton Estate Extra have been aged for a minimum of 12 years, the advantage of the
'tropical ageing' process gives Appleton Estate Extra 12 Year Old its unique mahogany hue, bold character and
smooth taste, inviting favourable comparison to the world's finest cognacs and scotches.
APPLETON ESTATE V/X JAMAICA RUM
The Premium Rum is the Flagship Brand of the Appleton Estate Jamaica Rum
Appleton Estate V/X Jamaica Rum is the flagship brand of the Appleton Estate
Jamaica Rum family. A full-bodied and medium sweet rum, this exceptional 1 ,,
blend features 15 select aged rums. A perfect example of the famous estate
rums for which Appleton is renowned throughout the world, Appleton Estate
V/X Jamaica Rum boasts a warm golden colour, a rich aroma, and an
exceptional taste that is mellow and ideally balanced.
With a new retail store opening in December 2010 in the Fairview Shopping Centre, Montego Bay, rum lovers
will be able to select from the full range of J. Wray & Nephew Limited brands including the Appleton Estate
Jamaica Rum range and Wray & Nephew White Overproof Rum. The store will also showcase many brands that
are not readily available in local supermarkets, such as Dom Perignon, Moet & Chandon, Richard Hennessy
Limited Editions, Appleton Estate 30 Year Old Jamaica Rum and other premium collections. An extensive range
of local and imported wines and spirits will also be available.
Visit the new store at Shop #7, Fairview Shopping Centre Phase II, open Monday to Saturday 10:00 am to
6:00 pm. Opening December 2010.
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EXCLUSIVELY AT CASA DE ORO
THE CARTIER PASHA SEATIMER LADY'S WATCH
In 1904, Louis Frangois Cartier made watch-making history by
S. Ilisigning Cartier's first wristwatch, the 'Santos de Cartier'. Since
then, the company has maintained its position as one of the
,. world's finest watchmakers, combining the best in modern
/ 1 technology with traditional craftsmanship. Cartier's
/ E collections include many stunning watch designs for
0 both women and men, and the 'Pasha Seatimer Lady's
Watch' is no different.
With four black Arabic numerals, the silver opaline dial
Features diamond-shaped black-steel hands coated with
luminescent material while the steel crown cover is
3 ~ decorated with a white ceramic clou de Paris motif. This
uuL3tanding timepiece comes with a Cartier calibre 7101 Quartz
movement and is water-resistant to 330ft (100m).
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THE WHITE TAG HEUER FORMULA 1 CERAMIC AND STAINLESS STEEL WATCH
Maria Sharapova has been actively involved in the design, development, and promotion of TAG Heuer's attractive
timepieces since joining TAG Heuer in 2005. Among the most glamorous contribution the world's highest-paid
female athlete has made to date is the new TAG Heuer Formula 1 ceramic and stainless steel watch.
A multisensory material that cannot be scratched, ceramic is soft and warm, yet unalterable like a diamond.
Strong and exquisite, ceramic is perfect and has been proven especially appealing to women. Combined with
stainless steel, the Formula 1 sports a sublime bracelet with a butterfly clasp, perfect for the most delicate
wrist. The bezel on the jeweled version sparkles with 60 diamonds. While the black edition is perfect for a night
on the town, the white Formula 1 model can be worn anytime, anyplace.


In July 2010, TAG Heuer brand ambassador Maria Sharapova welcomed the TAG Heuer Tesla Roadster to American soil in Manhattan Beach,
California, wearing her white TAG Heuer Formula 1 ceramic and stainless steel watch (Photo: courtesy of TAG Huer)
All items above are available at Casa de Oro, located at The Shoppes at Rose Hall tel: 953-9755 in Montego
Bay. In Ocho Rios at Tajmahal Shopping Centre tel: 974-9341 and Island Village tel: 675-8998 and in Negril at
Time Square Plaza tel: 957-4922. www.casadeoro.com
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RINGS FROM THE MARCO BICEGO JAIPUR COLLECTION
Marco Bicego's elegant Jaipur collection features
pure, colorful gemstones accentuated I', :i
brilliantly colored prism cut malI-
exclusively for Marco Bicego. The rose
tourmalines seem to call out from
their native land, the "pink city" of
Jaipur, where expert gemstone
cutters have perfected their skill of
drawing the brilliance and beauty
out of every gem over decades.
Featuring amethyst, lemon citrin,
peridot, yellow quartz, blue topaz, roi-
and green tourmaline, green amethyst ,iil
champagne quartz, each gemstone is :-Ii- Ir-I
to enhance the richness and individu iri, u l i- ...i
Marco Bicego's piece and secured wril :i i1.11i-, ,.,- i.i111i
embrace to create exclusive pieces of jewelry. In keeping with
Marco Bicego's signature style the 18kt gold used is artfully Timeless beauty, rings from the Jaipur collection
chiseled by hand, rendering it natural and contemporary at the (Photo: courtesy of Tropicana Jewelers)
same time.

THE CHANEL J12 29MM
From their production facility in the heart of Swiss watch-making at Chaux de Fonds, Chanel combines traditional
know-how and creativity into innovative timepieces. This is evidenced by Chanel's first unisex sports watch, the
'J12', which incorporates the perfect balance between classic design and the latest high-tech materials. Available
in black or white, the high-tech ceramic and steel 'J12' dial is set
with 8 diamond indexes and a high precision quartz movement
which include hours, minutes and seconds. If you are looking
for something extraordinary, the spectacular 'J12 Diamond'
model is set with 40 diamonds each 0,90 carat.
Each watch is numbered and has a Swiss mechanic ii
automatic or quartz high-precision movement and a 2-ye:.i
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The two items above are available at Tropicana Jewelers in Montego Bay at The Shoppes at Rose Hall tel: 953-
2242 and City Centre tel: 952-6982. In Ocho Rios at Island Village tel: 675-8773/4 and Tajmahal Shopping
Centre tel: 974-2928 and at Negril's Time Square Plaza tel: 957-9530. www.tropicanajewelers.com







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ALEXANDRITE JEWELRY COLLECTION
FROM MARK HENRY
The Mark Henry jewelry collection features
the rare stone of Alexandrite, first h s, (
discovered in the Russian emerald mines is nd
of the Urals in 1834. The beautiful
gemstone was named after tsar Alexander
and inevitably became the national stone
of old Imperial Russia, because it featured
the kingdoms principal colors of red and
green. Originally found only in antique
Russian jewelry, smaller specimens
eventually made their way across Europe
where some were used in Victorian jewelry Ring, Pendant & Earrings featuring Oval Alexandrite stones set in 18KT gold and
in England. accented with round and baguette diamonds (Photo: courtesy ofJewels & Time)
The most sensational feature of Alexandrite is the stones surprising ability to change its color, a feature which .
places it among the most valuable of gemstones in the world. Green or bluish-green in daylight, Alexandrite
turns a soft shade of red, purplish-red or raspberry red in incandescent light. Thus, gemstones above one carat
are considered rarer than a ruby, sapphire or emerald.
All Alexandrite used in the Mark Henry jewelry collection are top quality gemstones which feature the signature
red to green colour changes depending on the light. Each created by a single craftsman, all pieces are finished
in luxurious 18KT gold and accented with diamonds. Rings, Pendants, Earrings, Bracelets and Bangles are
individually certified.

CARIBBEAN TOPAZ
Topaz has quite a reputation for its mystical powers. It is said to dispel sadness, anger and nocturnal fears, .n
warn its wearer of poisons and protect him or her from sudden death. It is reputed to make men handsome and
intelligent and makes sterile women, fertile and happy.
The ancient Greeks believed topaz gave the wearer great strength and could also make them invisible. The
ancient Egyptians wore topaz in the belief that it represented their sun god Ra.
Even today, Topaz is thought of as the crystal of truth and forgiveness. It is a symbol of chastity, happiness,
true friendship and hope. Many believe that it helps people find their true purpose and destiny.
Look for the Caribbean Topaz' designer jewelry collection in 14 karat white or yellow gold which includes rings,
pendants, earrings and bracelets. All genuine Caribbean Topaz' gems are accompanied by a certificate of
authenticity and special care instruction. A FREE Topaz gemstone awaits you at Jewels & Time, just for trying
on any piece of jewelry from the 'Caribbean Topaz' collection!
Available at Jewels & Time Duty Free stores in 4 different locations. In Montego Bay, at The Shoppes at Rose
Hall and City Centre Shopping Mall downtown tel: 953-4600 and in Ocho Rios at both Island Village Shopping
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SPOTS ON ISLAND
THE SHOPPERS AT ROSE HALL MONTEGO BAY
The elegant corridor is home to one of the main shopping malls on island, Shoppes at Rose Hall. Located across
from the Rose Hall Great House, this upscale shopping opportunity is only minutes away from the Ritz-Carlton
Rose Hall Golf & Spa Resort, the Rose Hall Resort & Spa, a Hilton Resort, The Palmyra Resort & Spa and the
Half Moon Hotel. Duty free stores featuring all the top luxury jewelry and watch brands include Casa de Oro,
The Royal Shop, Swiss Stores, Jewels & Time, Tropicana, Chulani Jewelers and Bijoux. Clothing, T-shirts, Blue
Mountain Coffee, spices and lots of other island made items are sold in a variety of stores at this upmarket
shopping spot. Transportation arrangements within the Montego Bay area can be made through your hotel's
concierge desk. Call 953-3245 or e-mail srhja@cwjamaica.com.
TIME SQUARE PLAZA- NEGRIL
NORMAN MANLEY BOULEVARD
One of the best places to shop in Negril is undoubtedly the popular Time Square Plaza. Here you can find
everything from beachwear, T-shirs and unique craft items to luxury jewelry. Take a break from your beach
lounging and visit the many souvenir stores for that special Jamaican vacation memento or a luxury piece from
one of the many duty free jewelers. The main shopping mall in the 'capital of casual' features all major jewelry
stores including The Royal Shop, Casa de Oro, Tropicana and Jewels in Paradise. Choose from Jamaican craft,
T-shirts, music, cigars and many other great gifts and relax at the plaza's cafe. Call 957-9263 or visit
www.timesquareplaza.com.
ISLAND VILLAGE OCHO RIOS
MAIN STREET
Not only a fabulous place to shop and chill, Island Village is also a playground for fun in the sun entertainment.
Centrally located next to the cruise ship port in the heart of Ocho Rios, the open-air shopping and entertainment
village is connected with the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean via a boardwalk. Duty free stores include
Casa de Oro, The Royal Shop, Swiss Stores, Jewels & Time and Tropicana. Food, drink and fun available at
Margaritaville, while the Hard Rock Cafe's Rock Shop and an authentic Harley Davidson Jamaica outlet are
located directly across the street. Entertainment is provided by local cultural groups along with live bands and
performances and for the latest Hollywood blockbusters, visit the Cove Theatre. Call 675-8995 or visit
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MONTEGO BAY CONVENTION CENTRE ON SCHEDULE FOR
CARIBBEAN MARKETPLACE 2011
"2011 Caribbean Marketplace", the main tourist trade event of the Caribbean
region, is set to take place at the Montego Bay Convention Centre January
16-18, 2011. The trade event is the inaugural event of the brand new state-
of-the-art conference facility, which is on target for completion by the end of
this year. Said Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett; "Caribbean Marketplace
is the premier tourism marketing event of the Caribbean region, showcasing
Tourism officials touring the site the best of the Caribbean. It's an ideal time for the industry to preview the
(Photo Heidi Zech) largest convention center of the English speaking Caribbean region."

NEGRIL ROTARY DONKEY RACES AND FAMILY FUN DAY 2011
The Negril Rotary Club is bringing its 6th "Family Funday" with donkey races
to Wavz Negril Beach, Sunday February 13, 2011. Fun is guaranteed with
children's fairground rides, games, amusement stalls and prizes along with
music, food and bar. Thrilling donkey races are set to provide a unique
spectacle. Proceeds are directed at early childhood education for youth in ..
the Negril area. Last year, several schools received financial assistance for
building and school ground upgrades, while financial assistance was given i.:.
to 8 children. Call 957-0230 for further information. Fun atthe donkey race
(Photo: courtesy of Rotary)
30TH ANNIVERSARY RELEASE OF MARLEY'S FINAL
LIVE PERFORMANCE
To mark the anniversary of Bob Marley's historic last concert at Pittsburgh's
Stanley Theatre on September 23, 1980, Tuff Gong Distribution has released
a new album called Live Forever. Spectators who attended the event remember
Bob Marley standing tall and proud on stage, beckoning the audience to "Get
Up, Stand Up". Captured on tape by Marley's engineer Dennis Thompson, the
original, live recording has been lovingly preserved and re-mastered for the
Marley performing (Photo: contributed) 30th Anniversary album, released exclusively in the Caribbean. The historic
album entails Marley's greatest hits along with live renditions of Uprising, Coming In From The Cold, Work, Zion
Train, Redemption Song and Could You Be Loved. The collectable double CD album, is available in special eco-
friendly packaging.

BILL CLINTON VISITS JAMAICA
President Bill Clinton visited The Jamaica Pegasus Hotel, Kingston on October
25, 2010, to give one of his inspirational public lectures on the subject of
common humanity. The guest speaker visited the island as part of a longer
trip to the region in support of the Clinton Global Initiatives. After leaving
the White House, Clinton established the William J Clinton Foundation with
the mission to strengthen the capacity of people in the U.S. and the world
to meet the challenges of global interdependence. Today, staff and volunteers
around the world are working to improve lives through several initiatives, Bill Clinton visited Jamaica in October
including the Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative, which is helping two million people (Photo: Reuters)
living with HIV/AIDS access lifesaving drugs. Other initiatives have been undertaken worldwide to fight climate
change and develop sustainable economic growth in Africa and Latin America.

15TH JAMAICA JAZZ & BLUES FESTIVAL ON THE HORIZON
Get your calendar out and mark the dates! The Jamaica Jazz & Blues Festival,
the island's premier musical event attended by 40,000+ patrons annually, is
set for January 23 29, 2011 at the Greefield Stadium in Trelwany. 2010 saw
one of the event's best staging ever at its new permanent home at the Greenfield
Stadium, with performances by British soul and R&B singer Joss Stone, singer
and songwriter Kenny 'Babyface' Edmonds, Joe Roy Jackson, Monty Alexander,
The Whispers, Erykah Badu, Billy Ocean, Robin Banks and the Queens Project
One of the island's major concerts, the with Tamia, Kelly Price and Deborah Cox, Hall & Oates, song diva Gladys Knight
Air Jamaica Jazz & Blues festival
(Photo:contributed) and reggae ambassadors Third World. A must visit for music lovers of all ages
and genres. www.jamaicajazzandblues.com


2010- 2011 CALENDAR OF UPCOMING EVENTS
DECEMBER 3- 5 REGGAE MARATHON 2010 NEGRIL 922-8677
DECEMBER 7 ONE LOVE REGGAE CONCERT SERIES, QUEEN IFRICA NEGRIL ESCAPE, NEGRIL 382-4359
DECEMBER 8 -12 JAMAICA INVITATIONAL PRO-AM, ANNIE'S REVENGE MONTEGO BAY (484)762-1185
DECEMBER 21 ONE LOVE REGGAE CONCERT SERIES, THIRD WORLD NEGRIL ESCAPE, NEGRIL 382-4359
DECEMBER 26 LITTLE THEATRE MOVEMENT NATIONAL PANTOMIME KINGSTON 926-6129
1sT WEEK IN MAY
DECEMBER 26 BAY VIBE-RATION MUSICAL REVUE FAIRFIELD THEATRE, MONTEGO BAY 952-0182
DECEMBER 28 ONE LOVE REGGAE CONCERT SERIES, MARCIA GRIFFITHS NEGRIL ESCAPE, NEGRIL 382-4359
DECEMBER 31 HARBOUR FEST AND FIREWORKS ON THE WATERFRONT- KINGSTON 362-6445
JANUARY 4 ONE LOVE REGGAE CONCERT SERIES, JULIAN MARLEY NEGRIL ESCAPE, NEGRIL 382-4359
JANUARY 6 ACCOMPONG MAROON FESTIVAL ACCOMPONG, ST. ELIZABETH 952-4544/
891-3352
JANUARY 11 ONE LOVE REGGAE CONCERT SERIES, FREDDIE MCGREGOR 382-4359
NEGRIL ESCAPE, NEGRIL
JANUARY 15 REBEL SALUTE KAISER SPORTS CLUB, ST ELIZABETH 934-0827
JANUARY 18 ONE LOVE REGGAE CONCERT SERIES, JOHN HOLT NEGRIL ESCAPE, NEGRIL 382-4359
JANUARY 23- 29 JAMAICA JAZZ & BLUES FESTIVAL, GREENFIELD STADIUM, TRELAWNY 953-8282
JANUARY 25 ONE LOVE REGGAE CONCERT SERIES, ETANA NEGRIL ESCAPE, NEGRIL 382-4359
JANUARY 30 28TH ANNUAL HIGH MOUNTAIN COFFEE 10K ROAD RACE 620-8588
WILLIAMSFIELD, MANCHESTER
FEBRUARY 1 ONE LOVE REGGAE CONCERT SERIES, TOOTS NEGRIL ESCAPE, NEGRIL 382-4359
FEBRUARY 8 ONE LOVE REGGAE CONCERT SERIES, LUCIANO NEGRIL ESCAPE, NEGRIL 382-4359
FEBRUARY 11, 12 PALMYRA FOUNDATION VALENTINE'S WEEKEND THE PALMYRA, ROSE HALL 953-9787
FEBRUARY 13 ROTARY DONKEY RACE/FAMILY FUN DAY WAVZ, NEGRIL 957-0230
FEBRUARY 15 ONE LOVE REGGAE CONCERT SERIES, MAXI PRIEST NEGRIL ESCAPE, NEGRIL 382-4359
FEB18 MAY 1 JAMAICA CARNIVAL- KINGSTON AND RESORT TOWNS 754-5396
FEBRUARY 22 ONE LOVE REGGAE CONCERT SERIES, KY-MANI MARLEY NEGRIL ESCAPE, NEGRIL 382-4359
MARCH 5 4TH JAMCEN HEALTH AND WELLNESS FEST 620-8588
RANNY WILLIAMS ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE, KINGSTON
MARCH 6 4TH JAMCEN HEALTH AND WELLNESS FEST MANDEVILLE, MANCHESTER 620-8588
Please note events are subject to change without prior notice.


Emergency Assistance [toll free]: 1-888-991-9999 Jamaica Tourist Board, Montego Bay: 952-4425
US Consulate, Montego Bay: 952-0160 Jamaica Tourist Board, Kingston: 929-9200
British High Commission, Kingston: 510-0700 Police: 119
Canadian Consulate, Montego Bay: 952-6198 Ambulance, Fire: 110


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RISEUP MOVIE SCREENS IN KINGSTON
Welcome to the Jamaican underground music scene! Shot over several years,
RiseUp is a journey into the heart of Jamaica the island that gave birth to
the worldwide cultural phenomenon of Reggae music. In a society where
talent abounds and opportunity is scarce, three distinct and courageous artists
fight to rise up from obscurity and write themselves into the pages of history.
With music and appearances by legends Lee "Scratch" Perry, Sly Dunbar,
Robbie Shakespeare and a slew of soon-to-be superstars, RiseUp follows
artists in the streets, back alleys and crowded dancehalls of Kingston and
the countryside to demonstrate raw power, hope and courage. RiseUp is Director Luciano Blotta with kids during
directed by Argentinian native Luciano Blotta who studied film production at the filming (Photo:Riselp)
the University of Miami, produced by Blotta and Darrin Holender with Mark Hart as Executive Producer. For
screenings in your area, visit www.riseupmovie.com.


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