Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Cliff Jumping - Negril, Jamaica

Cliff Jumper
In Negril, Jamaica, you can literally go jump off a cliff (for the fun of it). Yup, in the very western section of Negril, called West End, there are cliffs and caves galore. People go there to watch the perfect sunset, and also to get a super cool adrenaline rush by jumping off the cliffs into the beautiful Caribbean Sea. Rick's Cafe is the most popular spot for Cliff Jumping, but there are also several other great jumping spots.

Of course, you don't need us to tell you that jumping off cliffs is a very dangerous life-threatening thing. So if ever you jump, you do so at your own risk. Bim!

Cliff Jumping Negril Photo Gallery
Photographs best viewed as a slideshow.

Note: New photographs are constantly being added to this photo collection (group) so keep checking back for updates.

Every country is great, especially Jamaica.

See you in Jamaica.

Monday, August 25, 2008

Congratulations Jamaica

Jamaica gave the world something amazing to talk about, led by Usain Bolt's three world records, at the 2008 Summer Olympics, Beijing, China. Congratulations to the entire Jamaica Olympic Team. Such an awesome performance! Jamaica came in 20th out of 204 countries, winning 11 medals and starring the show.

Visit Jamaica to see for yourself what makes us so great. Don't keep Jamaica waiting.

Every country is great, especially Jamaica.

See you in Jamaica.

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Happy 46th Birthday, Jamaica

Jamaica celebrates Independence Day on August 6th each year. Jamaica became an independent nation on August 6, 1962; never to be ruled again by the British or by anyone. We love it that we are now our own boss and run our own show.

From the Jamaica Information Service:

The Jamaican National Flag was first raised on Independence Day, August 6, 1962. It signifies the birth of our nation.

The Flag brings to mind memories of past achievements and gives inspiration towards further success. It is flown on many triumphant occasions, showing the pride that Jamaicans have in their country and in the flag itself.

Read on here: Jamaica Information Service

Make sure you take time to celebrate Jamaica's birthday.

See you in Jamaica.