Posts Tagged with "St. Elizabeth"

The sun sets on Calabash

Sunday, February 6, 2011

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The sun sets on Calabash

It was a humid day in late May 2010, a day that joyously overflowed with the wonderful interplay of words, emotions and great vibes in Treasure Beach, St. Elizabeth. The Calabash International Literary Festival had once again served up an excellent cultural and literary feast for the mind and soul, and as the lengthening shadows […]

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Love lost for Lover’s Leap

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

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Love lost for Lover’s Leap

It’s one of the most breathtaking coastal vistas you’ll ever see in Jamaica, or anywhere in the world for that matter. However, despite its stunning beauty, Lovers’ Leap in Yardley Chase, near Southfield in the parish of St. Elizabeth, has become a kind of unpolished jewel in the South Coast tourism crown that has been […]

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Calabash: 10 years strong

Sunday, June 6, 2010

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Calabash: 10 years strong

After 10 wonderful years of the Calabash Literary Festival in charming Treasure Beach, St. Elizabeth, it was only fitting that the organizers would have “so much things to say” about the calendar event that continues to attract accomplished regional and international writers and hundreds of book lovers from home as well as abroad. Colin Channer, […]

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River ride on the wild side

Sunday, May 16, 2010

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River ride on the wild side

Jamaica’s south coast is famed for its natural beauty and rugged charm. Black sand bays, idyllic beaches, quaint fishing villages, lush foliage, waterfalls and an interesting variety of fauna in the wetlands create a picturesque setting that is alive with adventure. If it’s this thrill and closeness with nature that you seek, look no further than […]

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