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Reggae on wheels

Issue 107 (January/February 2011) | 0 comments
The tiny Jamaican village of Nine Mile attracts a stream of visitors – that’s where Bob Marley buried. Ian Stalker rode there on the Zion Bus Line

Morris Nelson and Frederick Wallace show off their single pair of boots. Photograph courtesy Roger Kerr

One Pair: Putting their best foot forward

Issue 115 (May/June 2012) | 0 comments
Ian Stalker stumbles upon a pair of Jamaican dancers with a difference

A guide points out the nose of the plane during the light show. Photograph courtesy the Barbados Tourism Authority

Where the jet set sat

Issue 111 (September/October 2011) | 0 comments
Barbados is now the habitat of a giant flightless bird – the Concorde. Ian Stalker went on board this iconic supersonic plane

Floyde’s Pelican Bar has long been a welcome refuge for those seeking a cool drink off Jamaica’s southern coast. Photograph courtesy of Island Routes Caribbean Adventure Tours®

Set sail for the Pelican Bar

Issue 112 (November/December 2011) | 0 comments
Ian Stalker reports from a Jamaican watering-hole that lives up to its name