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Jamaica wrap!

So much to share, so little time! For the eighteen days I spent in Jamaica, I accomplished quite a lot. In addition to Milk River, Reach Falls, the Bob Marley Museum, there was…. A visit to the Green Grotto caves … Continue reading

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School time in Jamaica!

As recently as this March, I had the opportunity to tutor some students in New York in Integrated Algebra in preparation for their Regents exams. The students were great, and eager to learn and wished do well. However, while tutoring, … Continue reading

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Jamaicans in Reach Falls

Wed, April 24, 2013 This time we’re heading east! I figure we should have some nice views of the ocean driving along the south coast and then up towards the north coast. Our destination: Port Antonio! See the route (in … Continue reading

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Jamaican in Milk River…

JAMAICA This is Jamaica. It’s 90 miles south of Cuba, which is 90 miles south of Florida. It takes 3 hours and 20 minutes to fly from JFK airport to Kingston’s Norman Manley International Airport. Here’s a closer look. And … Continue reading

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Next on the list…..

After my coconut water respite, it’s time to resume the arduous task of finding specific fruits and vegetables I haven’t had since 1997 and before. Actually, one of the things that endeared Saipan to me is that fact that I … Continue reading

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First things first…

Being a nomadpreneur is very complicated. In order to function most efficiently across several time zones and cultures, it is necessary to have a working knowledge and appreciation of a myriad of concepts, a plethora of facts and figures and … Continue reading

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