What a beautiful word it is: Liquid. This is the week’s Photo Challenge. On an island, we are surrounded by a liquid of the salty variety, so it is not hard to find. We were known as the “Land of Wood and Water” in the days of the Taino, and we have forests and rivers, … More Lots of Liquidity
Well, we don’t really have a “spring” in the tropics, so the whole concept of renewal is a little bit redundant. Yet, there are signs of change – the main one being that it simply gets hotter. I have started hiding indoors around the middle of the day. And certain trees blossom, or shed their … More Awakening
It’s not just about honey. It’s about the many delicious, healthy and healing products that can derive from bee products. Bees, we know are amazing creatures, and under threat across Europe and the United States, mainly due to pesticides. However, climate change is also a factor as well as the loss of the places where … More Buzzing With Opportunities: Investment in Beekeeping
I nearly missed this Weekly Photo Challenge. However, it’s never too late to tell you about a favourite place, is it? Home in Kingston is always going to be my favourite place. But there are also some “home from home” places that I must mention, and share with you here. Places where I feel completely … More Weekly Photo Challenge: Favourite Place
The past week has been…well, one of some uncertainty, rather like the weather (odd little showers, appearing and disappearing). Mixed signals, perhaps. There is a lot to think about, and to discuss. Caribbean: The Caribbean Export Development Agency and Caribbean Development Bank have joined forces to help provide easier access to finance for women-owned businesses – … More A Cup Soup, A Bridge, A Tunnel and a Pipe Organ: Jamaica on Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Whenever we have visitors from overseas, we automatically turn ourselves into tour guides. Now, where shall we take them? What would they like to see? What would they enjoy, even if they don’t know it yet? So, this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge was quite straightforward for me, since my brother and his wife visited us … More Weekly Photo Challenge: Tour Guides in Jamaica Over Christmas
Winnifred’s Beach is not just any beach. At least, not to us. It is at the bottom of a wildly rocky road down a hillside, a turning off the main road in Fairy Hill, Portland. There used to be a “wicker man” on the corner. We have been going to Winnifred’s for many years and … More Free Winnifred’s Beach: Keep It Free and Beautiful!