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Transcript: Jamaica Isn't Just a beautiful Place to visit and Vaction.Jamaica Is the perfect place if you love Canibis and Healing herbs. Jamaica Is known for there Great white blue beautiful ocean's. Did YOU KNOW THAT there was a part Jamaica city called "port royal' that was called the wicked city because of the pirates and the voodoo that and all the wicked things that would happen there. It had a huge earthquake in 1692 that broke off half of it city and barried the city to the ocean. One thing about Jamaica is that there driving is way different there stirring wheel is on the opposite side of the car and they drive oh the opposite side the rode. Jamaica Jamaica By : Carolynn Zayzay Advisor - Phillip Now here's one thing for sure jamaicans can cook ,not just cook but throw down. Jamaica is mostly known for there food's , especially there jerk chicken and curry chicken which is usually served at spots in the u.s. but once you go to Jamaica and taste all type of food's that you wouldn't of thought of you would be surprised on the spices that the islands and what the caribbean's have created . There also known for there amazing/ weird fruits & vegetables that they have such as mango , av0cado , starfruit , jackfruit . Most jamaicans speak Spanish, African, English (including Irish, British and American idioms), and even Rastafarian. Depending on the village there in . Jamaica has many different ethnic's , from spanish, british, the originals taino's to european and many more. Traditional wear includes colorful and handmade dresses. Rastafarian-influenced clothes are of particular interest to tourists and generally include red, green, and gold, which are the colors of the Ethiopian flag. Most jamaicans have there own style not really caring about what people say or think they where whatever there feeling. Fun facts to know About Jamaica Jamaica has traditionally had a two-party system, with power often alternating between the People's National Party (PNP) and Jamaica Labour Party. Jamaica doesn't have a president they have what they call a prime minister. People's National Party (PNP) is a social-democratic civilization. And Jamaica's Labour Party Is basically Republican's. It's a conservative political party. Jamaica doesn't have EBT, SNAP OR any type of resourses America would have for there citizen. Google Wikipedia Food , food food Government systems Some Good and Fun Facts About Jamaica Jamaicans take Religion very serious. Most jamaican's believe in Christianity (60%). The Rastafari movement is also a big religion to jamaicans most practice either one of the religion's. About 20% believe in other religion;s or just don't believe in nothing at all, Culture Jamaicans take Dancing really serious it's part of there culture it's like apart of there blood. From dance hall's to many different dance group's . Jamaicans often do jamaican dances at most festival's you could put on music in the middle of the day and there would come to be a crowd and it becomes a party / festival. Most music in the jamaican culture is "Reggae" , dance hall , and it made its way to America influencing a lot of today's rap . Jamaican's love's art many many arts was made by jamaican's.Orginated from taino indians carvings of their gods, for ritual spiritual purposes. Websites Religion Dance, Music And Art

Jamaica, Jamaica

Transcript: • Jamaica already has a strong national identity. It is unique to the Caribbean as it is home to iconic figures such as Bob Marley and Usain Bolt. • People come to Jamaica for the worry free atmosphere that it has embodied. It is a place to unwind and relax but also have fun and explore an island that has so much to offer. • From all-inclusive resorts that have hosted the Queen of England to Cliffside Treehouses where you mingle with locals, there is a very broad range of vacationing to do here. • The climate categorizes the island under tropical vacations placing it among other destinations such as Miami, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Cuba and many more. Positioning Although in 2014 it did win the leading destination in the Caribbean, Jamaica still has neighboring competition that includes Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Cuba and the Bahamas - founded by Jamaican journalist and scholar, Dr. Hume Johnson, this project holds conferences regarding all aspects of how the nations image is upheld internationally - discussions include sports, medicine, technology, business, politics and academia - the aim is to be seen as more than sun, sand and sea but to also involve the nations culture and people in further marketing efforts Current Brand Local DMOs “As we continue to pursue an aggressive growth strategy, I am excited at the prospects that Jamaica House 2016 will afford us. It will provide us an opportunity to increase the number of tourist arrivals from Brazil as well as neighboring markets in South America.” Edmund Bartlett The minister of the tourism board Thank You For Yah Time Man! As the world prepares for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, so does Jamaica’s Tourism board. Setting up Jamaica House 2016 just south of Rio, it is set to promote tourism to the island from all over the world. The government has spent over 97 million Jamaican dollars to publicize their destination. Jamaica house will run from 2pm-midnight and feature dance lessons, culinary presentations, destination expositions for travel trade and many promotions for consumers. Image • Jamaica creates a destination image of a tropical paradise where there are no worries. Using slogans such as “Feel the Vibe”, “Once you go you know”, “Get Alright” • The slogans really play heavily on the Rastafarian lifestyle and hedonism but in a calmer way than Las Vegas. • All the images used in their marketing campaigns are very colorful and vibrant showing some beautiful natural setting usually on a beach or in the Blue Mountains. SWOT Analysis • Jamaica’s target market is mass market psycho centric traveler’s • The majority of Jamaica’s visitor’s stay in all-inclusive resorts or come on cruise ships • Jamaica’s is also branching out trying to target soft adventure traveler’s • The channels used to reach their target markets are television commercials and ads in magazines and websites. The typical channels used to reach mass market audiences Competitors? Jamaica Tourist Board (JBT) -founded in 1955, public company -responsible for the worldwide tourism marketing and promotion for Jamaica. Jamaica Vacations Limited -established in 1978 -Purposed to provide, protect and increase airlift capacity into Jamaica Tourism Product Development Company -established in 1996 by the Government - Develop plans and programmes for the improvement of resort areas The Re:Imagine Project Target Markets & Channels Jamaica S- Diversity of natural attractions, topography and accommodations. Warm and hospitable people, the climate, closeness to US/Canada, Culture, Cuisine, and English Speaking W- Image of the Marketplace; seen as unsafe, all inclusive/ couple destination. Lack of air service to some markets, Lack of man-made attractions, and space to accommodate large events and conventions O- Growing number of two family income, early retirees wanting to travel more, more direct flights, improved standard of living, growing interest from cruises and conferences, marketing to Europe T- High crime rate, growth of competition, pollution of the environment and Cuba (recent relations with US)

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Transcript: Weather Patterns JAMAICA jamaica There are tons of cultural activities in Jamaica such as swimming, futbol (soccer), netball (volleyball) and going to dance parties. If you're vacationing in Jamaica you can visit the dolphin cove, home of the dolphins where you can swim and interact with them. There's no other place like Jamaica where you will find a culture as dynamic as Jamaica. This beautiful island is known for its breathtaking beaches and its reggae music scene. The island has a mixture of people from different ethnicity's that have immigrated to the island over the past centuries. CULTURE "The unique Jamaican culture is kept alive by extraordinary people." Male dominance is still making Jamaica a patriarchy. It is very difficult for women since most live in poverty and are far more unemployed than men despite educational advances. Traditionally, woman's place is in the home and women receive less remuneration than men. The appropriate place for men is outside the home, in agriculture, business, government, or recreation. This attitude is changing. Jamaicans use a mix of traditional and medical healing practices to treat illnesses. The use of traditional means spiritual healing. Among African Jamaicans, illness is believe to be caused by spiritual forces or cultural taboo. Most illnesses are treated holistically, when traditional means fail modern medicine is tried. TREATING ILLNESSES Cultural activities The weather in Jamaica is tropical and is the main reason tourist flock to this beautiful island. The hottest months are the summer months July and August, the average temperature is 31 degrees. The coolest times in Jamaica are the winter months December to February. The average temperature around this time is 23 degrees. Jamaican climate is cool not cold, Jamaica does not have "winter weather" their winter months are relatively warm. The Jamaica experiences the most rain in May, June, October and November. When it does rain in Jamaica it only rains for a short time like 10 to 30 minutes, and hurricane season begins June but is very weather friendly. bibliography Gender Roles

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Transcript: Taking flight By: Navian Scarlett “Welcome to Dulles International.” Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, 31 July 2017, “American Airlines.” American Airlines - Airline Tickets and Cheap Flights at, “MBJ Airport Transfers (Montego Bay) - All You Need to Know Before You Go (with Photos).” TripAdvisor, “Our New Menu... - Picture of Bourbon Beach Jamaica, Negril.” TripAdvisor, “Shaw Park Beach Hotel & Spa, Ocho Rios, Jamaica.”, “Dunn's River Falls in Ocho Rios, Jamaica.” Lonely Planet, 2017, “Bourbon Beach Jamaica, Negril, Giamaica.”, 1996, “Five Gables.” Make Your Trip Go Further, 1999, Vassell, Michael. “My Country.” Pinterest, 29 Mar. 2015, Jazzy. “How Much Do Things Cost in Jamaica?” Road Affair, 10 Oct. 2017, “CarRentals.”, Expedia INC., “Jamaica.” Jamaica - Wikitravel, Renting the Ride On Tuesday, July 31st, 2018, we will depart from Washington Dulles International Airport at 7:00 a.m. to make a stop at Charlotte, NC at 8:36 a.m., then depart Charlotte, NC at 9:45 a.m., with a scheduled landing time of 11:40 a.m. in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Flights-to Jamaica and back- $1,410.30 Five Gables Hotel- 1 night stay-$45 Bourbon Beach Hotel-4 nights-$440 Shaw park Hotel and spa-3 nights-$840 Duns River Falls-entrance fee for 2-$40 Misc. Food expenses-$3,225J=$25.22US Hertz car rental-all 8 days-$292 Total expenses for trip= $3,092.52 After expenses = $1,182.48 1 US = $128J Bibliography After the flight, we will be renting a Suzuki Swift from Hertz car rental for $292 for all eight days. Returning Home The Vacation Begins! We will spend 1 night at Five Gables Hotel in Montego Bay Budget We will depart to Shaw Park Beach, in Ocho Rios, where we will spend the remaining three days. The main attraction there is visiting Dunn's River Falls. We will depart from Five Gables, and travel to Bourbon Beach Hotel in Negril. We will make many stops along the way, like visiting Red Ground Fruit Market. We also plan to stay at the hotel for 4 days, enjoying the beach by day, and reggae jams by night. The Journey Continues Jamaica, Jamaica! 1st stop The flight departs from Montego Bay (MBJ) at 12:40 p.m., and lands at the 1st stop in Charlotte, NC at 4:40 p.m. Then we'll depart from Charlotte, NC at 10:25 p.m., and land at Dulles Int'l. Airport (IAD) at 11:50 p.m.

Jamaica Jamaica

Transcript: Ta'Shay Gordon In 2012 the population was between 2.7 and 2.9 million Estimated to pass 3 million over by 2050 Jamaica is considered a developing country with 30% of the population under the age of 14 and only 7% over the age of 65. In 1983 the National Population Policy was adopted. Jamaica Environmental Change Jamaica's economy relies mainly on imports There is a major imbalance between the amount of imports and exports Some of Jamaica's main exports are sugar, rum, coffee, yam, bauxite, and alumina Main export partners are the U.S., Canada, United Kingdom, and the Netherlands Location. Majority lives in urban areas The number of people living in cities versus rural areas has increased over time. In 1997 54.7% of the population lived in urban areas in 2015, expected to be more than 63% living in urban areas. Jamaica is located in northwestern region of the Caribbean Sea. 90 miles soth of Cuba 119 miles west of Hispaniola (Haiti and the Dominican Republic. 600 miles south of Florida compared to CT, Jamaica is smaller in size Economic Basis Bio has some of the purest waters in the world known for it's unique reggae music and icons such as Bob Marley Rastafarian culture home to the fastest man alive tourist attraction from personal experience there is more to this little island than what meets the eye Jamaica.. Urban vs Rural National resorces have suffered a decline in quality and qantity Increase in frequency of natural events such as tropical storms, hurricanes, and floods Predicted warmer and drier weather conditions Population Work Cited

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