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Top 6 Easter buns Jamaicans eat at Easter Time!

While Easter means the same thing universally, in Jamaica, it also heralds in the beginning of bun season. It’s a right of passage really, to eat Easter bun at Easter time in Jamaica. It’s the same vibe as sorrel and Christmas cake at Christmas, something fish (more like sprat) at Easter as well and mangoes…

Pinkpeachhh’s Christmas Traditions: Old and New

It’s Christmas time all around the world, where the temperature drops, even just a tad bit and the warmth of the people you meet and interact with increases tenfold! Somehow there is more sparkle in your environment with all the decorations but there is also a sparkle in the air. This year may not feel…

6 Beach MUST HAVES for Summer 2020!

The beach season internationally is slowly drawing to a close, but we all know that in the land of wood and water (Jamaica, duh), the beach season is year round! With sun and sand in large supply, the beach is one of the solutions for an outdoor release, granted ONLY if it Is done safely…

Femme Creatives on show at Toyota

In the times of the pandemic, many are cautious of the gathered spaces they attend in an effort to stay away from possibly contracting the corona virus. With this is mind, FemmeCreativeJa conceptualized and executed a “social distanced pop up experience”, hosted by Toyota Jamaica. The show ran from Wednesday August 26, to Saturday August…

Kingston Night Market is BACK!

Before the days of COVID-19, Kingston hosted an event that would bring out young and old alike to a festival market place of sorts, with music serenading the grounds and scents of food being cooked and aromatheraphy scents being sold. It was a way to escape after a hard days work and connect with the…

Pizza Party with JustLexiSimple

There are few things that excite me like the promise of a party with pizzas, wine, great vibes and good friends. So when Lexi invited me, I looked forward with eager anticipation and equal parts of exhilaration, especially because “outside” is opening up bit by bit and I get to be around friends again! I’m…

Jamaica, JAMAICA! A historical musical exploration!

‘Jamaica, Jamaica!: How Jamaican Music Conquered the World“ The latest exhibition on show, aptly titled “Jamaica, Jamaica: How Jamaican Music Conquered the World” has been on show at the National Gallery since opening on February 2, 2020. It is a collaborative execution between the National Gallery of Jamaica, The Ministry of Culture, Gender and Sports and…

Pinkpeachhh’s Post COVID Top 5 Places to visit!

If wanderlust was ever a year, it would be 2020! Plans made as part of New Years resolutions and even in the few months following have all been put on hold as the world shifted its focus and closed it’s doors to halt the spread of the coronavirus. So while everyone is stuck at home…

Rainforest Seafood Festival 2020: The Recap

Ash Wednesday 2020 hosted this years staging of the Rainforest Seafood Festival in Montego Bay, Jamaica at the Catherine Hall Show Grounds. I have always wanted to go to this festival but for some reason or the other, never got the chance to. For this years staging, things fell into place and I saw it…

Kingston Creative February ArtWalk and Market Street with a Mural Bus Tour

The theme for  Kingston Creative’s  Artwalk for the month of February was music. Kingston Creative conducts monthly themed activities, where art including live mural painting and several discussions involving the arts community are held in different sections surrounding Water Lane and the restaurant F&B Downtown on Harbour Street. This month, they organized a mural tour…

Devon House Mansion Tour: A MUST!

Devon House. The name that conjures up long walks on beautifully maintained green grass , through lush gardens and along brick and stone pathways armed with an ice cream cone in hand. Growing up, Sundays evenings were synonymous with either a visit to the grounds or enjoying Devon House ice cream at home. The park…

Jamaica Rum Festival 2020: The Highlight Reel

Last year, 2019, I attended the inaugural staging of Rum Fest for the whole weekend. And it was fantastic, rum was flowing, food was good, few hiccups here and there but it was the first staging and there is perfection within the imperfect. So when they announced this year’s dates, I was ECSTATIC! Low and…

Adehya Villa and 32 years!

Have you ever finally done something you have wanted to do for a long time? And when it comes to an end you are somehow not disappointed but just entirely content? This is how I have spent the latter part of my year from the start of summer to this point at which I write…

ArtWalk with Kingston Creatives and Love Not Likes!

There is a growing initiative in Jamaica… and even more in Kingston. This initiative is to establish the Downtown district of Kingston to be the art district of Jamaica. Similar to Wynwood Art District in Miami-Florida in the United States, the interwoven streets of Downtown Kingston would be home to iconic murals and art shows…

Love Not Likes Blogger Excursion: Portland

The inaugural staging of the Love Not Likes Bloggers Excursion unfolded on June 9, 2019 and took us through the Junction hillside and on to the evergreen parish of Portland. The highly anticpated trip was attended by eighteen handpicked local vloggers, bloggers, influencers and photographers, in an effort to bond and collaborate with their fellow…

Coffee and Scones the Toyota Way

I don’t know if you’re like me, but if I stay home for too long to do work, then I’ll be working from my bed… but I wont be working. Most times I end up sleeping. That isn’t to say I cannot stay home and work, but after a while, I need to switch my…


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