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| In this issue:
- Kingston Restuarant Week: November 10-17
- Hospitality Jamaica: Scientist recommends carbon levy
- Gleaner Career Section : Job Smart
- Roving with Lalah: : Pops and Terry on Skyline Drive
- Ensure you get your Weekly Newsletter and Gleaner Today
|Kingston Restuarant Week
November 10-17, lovers of fine dining will, for the third year, get
the opportunity to sample 31 of the city's finest restaurants. SSCO
Event Management and The Gleaner have once again joined forces to
present Kingston Restaurant Week.
KRW is one week during which Kingston's culinary mastery goes on
show and locals as well as visitors get to dine at their favourite
restaurants at drastically reduced costs.
As in other years, there are three categories of restaurants: delectable,
savoury and tasty. The first category costs $2,500 plus GCT and
gratuity; the second costs $1,300 plus GCT and gratuity and the
third costs $1,100 plus GCT and gratuity. Beverages are not included.
After dining, why not check out this year's participating nightclubs
for some entertainment?
Looking for more information visit : http://jamaica-gleaner.com/pages/food/
|Hospitality Jamaica: Scientist
recommends carbon levy
global warming burns the environment, Caribbean scientist Dr. Ulric
Trotz is proposing a carbon levy of US$5.00 on all air and cruise
ship passengers travelling into the region.
The CARICOM climate change science adviser, who was addressing
delegates at the 30th Annual Caribbean Tourism Conference (CTC-30)
in San Juan, Puerto Rico, last week, said this money would finance
critical adaptation measures throughout the region...
read more at http://hospitalityjamaica.com/
|Gleaner Career Section : Job Smart
you are looking for a job, career information and tips, you can
find it all at the Gleaner's JobSmart.
Latest Jobs listed this week:
There are over 100 listings for Job Vacancies in Jamaica and the
Caribbean, so visit http://go-jamaica.com/jobsmart/
|Roving with Lalah: Pops and Terry
on Skyline Drive
was a short fellow with graying hair and wrinkled skin. Even his
arms were wrinkled, yet he walked with great agility and purpose.
He wore a pair of khaki pants and weather-beaten sneakers. He had
on a baseball cap and carried a machete wrapped in newspaper.
I met him as he was walking up an incline on Skyline Drive in St.
Andrew that was so steep, it caused him to bend forward. I was walking
down the hill and as we came up to each other, he smiled and lifted
the machete in the air. "Howdy, Howdy!" he said. I returned
the greeting and introduced myself. He told me to call him Pops."
Read more at : http://www.jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/20071101/news/news1.html
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