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Connecting Religion and Culture in Jamaica

Exploring the connection between religion and culture in Jamaica is an overly complex and interesting look into its past and future. African religions have influenced long influenced the attitude to nature and spirituality, be it the style of worship, the way of life or even the nature of our political and social relationships. A significant part of Jamaican traditions, some of which are based on Christianity and others on revival, continues to evolve. This reflects of a mixture of cultures and social changes to connect to Jamaica’s religious and political history. Jerome Sage Butler interviews Jamaicans and Visitors to Jamaica,

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Usain Bolt

What Do You Think of Usain Bolt’s New Song?

Usain Bolt is still the fastest man on the planet. He is the world record holder in the 100m and 200m dash and 4x100m relay, and widely considered to be the greatest sprinter of all time. In 2017, the Jamaican sprinter retired from when he finished third in his last solo 100 m race, decided not to run in his scheduled 200 m race, and pulled up in the 4×100 m relay final. There was much speculation as to what would be Usain Bolt’s next career move. In 2019 after spending eight weeks at A-League club Central Coast Mariners in

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Jamaican music

The Story of Jamaican Music

Jamaican music is colourful, vibrant and historic. It evolved from mento, ska, rocksteady, reggae, dub, dancehall, and a few other popular genres of music. Mento is related to reggae and ska music due to its early roots. Mento typically includes acoustic guitars, banjos, hand drums, and the rhumba box – a large mbira that can be sat on and played. Rhumba box carries the bass element of music. Mento typically consists of acoustic guitar, banjo, hand drums, and rhumba box to play music. The bass drum is the main part of music. Ska Ska was a genre of Jamaican music

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5 Cheap Caribbean Accommodations for The Budget Traveler

Finding cheap Caribbean accommodations will continue to be very important for Budget travelers in 2021. Travel to the Caribbean is shaping up to be quite different in 2021 compared to previous years as people look to maximize their experiences. Free or affordable accommodation would have the greatest effect on your spending, as well as finding a cheap flight. For the budget traveler, affordable accommodation has always been particularly important when looking to travel to the Caribbean. There are numerous online sources that provides price comparisons or list of affordable Caribbean destinations. Before the COVID-19 pandemic many travelers to the Caribbean

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