Monthly Archives: May 2014
This is undoubtedly one of the best things since sliced bread. It looks like a tennis racket, but it wields the power of death. You see, instead of strings, it has a wire mesh that is electrified when you push … Continue reading
A pear (avocado) tree in my yard with tiny little baby pears on it, taunting me until they’re ripe this fall.
Ah, life near a big cattle farm in Jamaica. I’ve seen ’em cause traffic jams in downtown metropolitan Brown’s Town.
Serving in the Peace Corps is undoubtedly one of the weirdest things I’ve done, and that includes that time I slept in the Dublin airport because I was an idiot and missed my flight. The sheer diversity and heft of … Continue reading
Another photo from my St. Elizabeth trip. This dramatic cliff offers a wonderful view of the South Coast and the Caribbean Sea. As with many such places in Jamaica, the name originates from slavery and has a tragic story. I’ve … Continue reading