Helping companies transition their employees to Jamaica

Archive for November, 2008

Some Jamaicans take to the streets to March: Nov 19th

The crime rate ( rape & kidnappings of women/children) continues to sore, yet many are hopeful that things will soon change. The following email came to me, just mins ago. Greetings all: Please see information below.  All support for this effort will be welcome.  So much of us have been talking on the phones, on [...]

Tribute to President Elect Obama by a Trinidadian Calypsonian

I have always been a great fan of Soca & Calypso music from my fellow Trinidadian people. So when I heard the following piece, I wanted to share it with the world. Many Jamaican musicians are also signing songs to praise for President elect Barrack Obama. addthis_url = ‘’; addthis_title = ‘Tribute+to+President+Elect+Obama+by+a+Trinidadian+Calypsonian’; addthis_pub = ”;

Expat Observations Shared

As mentioned at earlier Post, my ongoing gathering of Expat stories continues daily in Jamaica. Each time I glance a new Expat in Kingston, I usually want to race over to them and tell them what I am up to, and ask them if they would like to be part of my work. Of course [...]