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| In this issue:
- Interesting Bits : Birds in the House
- Go-Jamaica: See, Meet and Talk to the Miss
- Pieces of the Past - A fascination
- Hospitality Jamaica - Scotchie's jerk centre
- Sangsters' Books Stores - Miss Lou's
- Business Directory
Bits : Birds in the House
week we stumbled upon this story in the Jamaica
Star. This story, 'Birds in the House', could
easily speak to being in harmony with the environment
but you can decide.
"Leebert Todd was shocked when he found
a hummingbird's nest in a bamboo plant in his
living room. He was even more shocked when he
found eggs in the nest and later saw the bird
teaching its chicks how to fly in his kitchen
and living room".
Read the full story at http://www.jamaica-star.com/thestar/20060810/news/news4.html
Meet and Talk to the Miss Jamaica 2006 Contestants.
It is that time of year, when the Miss Jamaica
Contestants come and visit us here at Go-Jamaica.
We are more than happy to welcome them, after
all they can be a source of relief for tired eyes.
Join us online at http://go-jamaica.com/chat
and see live video of the contestants while
talking with them in our chat room.
You can also see pictures and profiles of
the Miss Jamaica 2005 contestants at http://www.go-jamaica.com/chat/missja2006.htm
Pieces of the Past: A fascination with
is truly the world's sport. It is played in every
nation on earth by more than 300 million people.
It is the number one sport in the majority of
countries and it also attracts the largest number
of spectators. Football is also a major global
industry complete with multimillion-dollar player
contracts, lucrative merchandising and high earning
Read more about this, at and other interesting
"Pieces of the Past", that chronicles
Jamaica's history, at http://www.jamaica-gleaner.com/pages/history/
- Scotchie's Jerk Centre Expands
renowned eating place, which made its way into
the hearts of jerk lovers worldwide, Scotchie's
is the joint where recently resigned co-host of
ABC's 'The View', Star Jones, made known her preferred
Jamaican eatery." The full article is to
be found at http://www.hospitalityjamaica.com/
Every 2(two) weeks, Hospitality Jamaica brings
you the best articles on Jamaican Hospitality.
|Miss Lou's Books
at Sangster's Book Store
Books Store still has copies of Miss Lou's works,
Get them now.
Jamaica's cultural icon might have died but
her good works live on. Purchase copies of her
work from Sangster's Books Store (http://sangstersbooks.com/)
and keep the memories alive. Some of the works
Di Riddim Sweet - US$16.00 *,Aunty
Roachy Seh - US$13.00 *,Anancy & Ms. Lou -
US$11.00*,Jamaica Labrish - US$14.00*,Selected
Poems - US$13.00*
* -Prices do not include shipping and handling.
For more details http://sangstersbooks.com/.
any one of our two(2) online games and win prizes
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Tell us the meaning of the Jamaican proverb and
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Gleaner Business Directory : Get Listed and Get
Online Jamaica Gleaner Business Directory serves
as an easy guide to business in Jamaica. We currently
have hundreds of listings and your listing will
increase the range of services listed.
Contact our sales representatives at 932-6073,
932-6270 or 932-6137 and get listed and found