Jamaican culture. Kaitlyn Jolley. Places in Jamaica I want to visit. Starting in Montego Bay. Montego Bay Undersea Tour. To finally be-able to go snorkeling in Clear water!. The water in Milford, CT. This is what I expect in Jamaica. Zip-line Adventure Tours. I’ve been to brownstone.
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Starting in Montego Bay
To finally be-able to go snorkeling in Clear water!
The water in Milford, CT
This is what I expect in Jamaica
I’ve been to brownstone
But this screams Adventure
In Ochos Rios
This could be us
We should enjoy some dolphin love
Bathroom Etiquette- I remember in elementary school going to the bathroom was known to be disruptive, or a big deal. I wonder how this will change in Jamaica
Eating Etiquette- In school here, I didn’t enjoy the food. (Pizza, teriyaki chicken, etc. I wouldn’t eat. So I want to see the types of food Jamaican children get in school, and if they actually enjoy it.
Helping Out- It’s polite to hold doors open for other people in America, or pick up something someone dropped and hand it to them, (when on the street) but it may be different in Jamaica.
Dress Etiquette- I only know the styles of Jamaica from word of mouth and music videos, but I do want to see if their modern style is different from our own and if their traditional style is interesting.
In chapter 5, the discussion of how men/ women show their interest in another was interesting.
Here- Some men holler, smile, wave, buy you drinks, or just come straight to you and talk to you.
Other places- men whistle or holler to catch a girls attention
Jamaica- I’m curious to see the difference if there Is any.
Remember that just as you
judge from your cultural
standpoint, you are being
judged from theirs.
*Learn new ways of doing things;
*Learn to do things you’ve never done before;
*Stop doing things you can no longer do
*Learn to live and work in an environment where you speak a foreign language;
*Get used to various new and unusual phenomena;
*Learn to live without all kinds of familiar phenomena.
Children’s attitudes towards us
In America, I’m aware of all the different types of dance. But I wonder how it differs or stays similar in Jamaica….