Ah yes, the leftovers. Thanksgiving itself is always wonderful – the gathering of family and friends, a bit of leisure, and of course, the food. It is the latter that keeps on giving days after the actual celebration – there is always more food prepared than can be consumed at one time. The turkey wasContinue reading “Leftover Turkey?”
One of the local staff at work takes orders for fish from a local fisherman. Today he brought in parrot fish for me – always a bit of a gamble, trying a fish you’ve never seen that is named after something with feathers – but this time it paid off. Grilled with garlic and someContinue reading “More about fish”
The aesthetics of my noon time meal were memorable, unfortunately, it was apparent the fish was not the freshest, and the meal was about a B. But that wasn’t really the point. The point was that I was sitting outside eating a steamed fish on a rural beach on the south coast of Jamaica, tiredContinue reading “Morant Bay”
Alright, enough of this lack of mobility. There’s a lot of Kingston to discover, and some good gettin’ lost to get done. Shiny new helmet, new tires. Perhaps not the most testosterone-charged two-wheeled vehicle on the streets, but perfect forÂ maneuveringÂ Kingston’s ridiculous traffic and for saving on gas money. Vroom. This needs a soundtrack.
Hurricane/Tropical Storm Tomas certainly could have been a lot worse for us here in Kingston. In fact, we were almost completely spared the destruction seen in a few places on the East of the island, and certainly have not seen the kind of disease threats that the Haitians living in IDP camps are facing. Instead,Continue reading “After the Storm”