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Highlights from the Consular Corps Cocktail Reception to say farewell to the British High Commissioner and his wife, held at the Spanish Court Hotel, New Kingston on Wednesday December 2, 2009.

Winston Sill / Freelance Photographer
Marcelo Munoz (left) jokes with Russian Ambassador Victor Zotin.

Consular Corps host Cocktail Reception to say farewell to the British High Commissioner, held at Spanish Court Hotel, New Kingston on Wednesday december 2, 2009.
Winston Sill / Freelance Photographer
The Bangerter clan (from left) Peter, Fay and Ueli out to say their farewells.

Consular Corps host Cocktail Reception to say farewell to the British High Commissioner, held at Spanish Court Hotel, New Kingston on Wednesday december 2, 2009.
Winston Sill / Freelance Photographer
Honorary Consul to the Kingdom of Thailand Thalia Lyn (left) and husband Michael (right) cuddle up with the guests of honou, departing British High Commissioner Jeremy Cresswell and wife Dr. Barbara Munske.
, held at Spanish Court Hotel, New Kingston on Wednesday december 2, 2009.
Winston Sill / Freelance Photographer
Something amuses (from left) Sara Silva, Ambassador Nafissatou Diagne and Dr Barbara Munske. In background is Belgian Ambassador Frederic Meurice.
Consular Corps host Cocktail Reception to say farewell to the British High Commissioner, held at Spanish Court Hotel, New Kingston on Wednesday december 2, 2009.
Winston Sill / Freelance Photographer
Maria Giraldo (left), Colombian consul, and Marta Anador from the Cuban embassy talk things over.

Consular Corps host Cocktail Reception to say farewell to the British High Commissioner, held at Spanish Court Hotel, New Kingston on Wednesday december 2, 2009.
Winston Sill / Freelance Photographer
Indian High Commissioner Mohinder Grover (left) cracks up US Charge d'Affairs Isiah Parnell and Mexican Ambassador Leonora Rueda.

Consular Corps host Cocktail Reception to say farewell to the British High Commissioner, held at Spanish Court Hotel, New Kingston on Wednesday december 2, 2009.
Winston Sill / Freelance Photographer
Departing British High Commissioner Jeremy Cresswell (left), 'hol a reason' with attorney Derek Jones at Spanish Court Hotel, New Kingston on Wednesday.

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Winston Sill / Freelance Photographer
Robert MacMillan gives his own personal goodbyes to Dr Barbara Munske.

Consular Corps host Cocktail Reception to say farewell to the British High Commissioner, held at Spanish Court Hotel, New Kingston on Wednesday december 2, 2009.
Winston Sill / Freelance Photographer
Venezuelan Embassy deputy Madai Hernandez (left) chats with Senegalese Ambassador Dr Nafissatou Diagne at the Consular Corps farewell reception to say farewell to the British High Commissioner, held at Spanish Court Hotel, New Kingston on Wednesday december 2, 2009.
Winston Sill / Freelance Photographer
Lois Lake-Sherwood (centre) has the attention of (from left) Keva and Michael Hylton as well as Judith and Grantley Stephenson.

Consular Corps host Cocktail Reception to say farewell to the British High Commissioner, held at Spanish Court Hotel, New Kingston on Wednesday december 2, 2009.
Winston Sill / Freelance Photographer
Dean of Consular Corps of Jamaica William Tavares-Finson (left) gives a little history of the book the corps members presented to departing British High Commissioner Jeremy Cresswell and wife Dr Barbara Munske.
, held at Spanish Court Hotel, New Kingston on Wednesday december 2, 2009.
Winston Sill / Freelance Photographer
Departing British High Commissioner Jeremy Cresswell and wife Dr Barbara Munske enjoying the Consular Corps farewell.
, held at Spanish Court Hotel, New Kingston on Wednesday december 2, 2009.
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