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Archive for September, 2008

Pests I’ve Had To Get Used to> Since Living In Jamaica

In January 2007, we moved to our new place and welcomed our first visitor — a monster-sized lizard (at least by my standards) living outside the window of my husband’s office. As you can see from the picture of him beside a 12 inch ruler, he is thick, long and fat. We later found out [...]

Access to 175 Different Newspapers > While Living In Jamaica

I decided to share this article’s information with readers,  simply because I think expats living or moving to Jamaica may get excited by knowing that they can have access to newspapers from home countries delivered daily or monthly to their doorsteps. I was aware of this service being offered in Kingston several months ago after [...]

Spooky House in Brae’s River Jamaica> By Robert Lalah

Each Thursday  morning I open the Gleaner newspaper in eagerness, to see what tale Robert Lalah has to share with his readers. His stories are called “Roving with Lalah” and he writes about daily life in small rural country towns, the breath and depth of Jamaica. I have often wished that I knew him personally, [...]

What Do Expatriate Spouses Need?

This article comes from expatwomen September 2008 Newsletter and I wanted to share with you the readers. Managing Global Talent: What Do Expatriate Spouses Need? Report to Participants By Dr. Nina Cole Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada July 2008 Surveys consistently demonstrate that problems with spousal adjustment are the leading cause of early return home [...]

Caribbean! Vacancies In Jamaica

Each month this list is sent to me, so I am simply sharing this lead. Apply directly for jobs in the Caribbean via! Go to: Can you or someone you know fill any of these current job vacancies? Deadline               Job Title —————-       ———————————————– Wed, 24-Sep-2008 Marketing and Events Officer Fri, 19-Sep-2008 Business Development [...]