"A Culture of Peace: Solution to Violence"
Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies; July 8, 2011
(Above) Ackee and Breadfruit trees. The national fruit of Jamaica is the Ackee. It is cooked and eaten mainly with codfish (salted-fish). It is a special, unique delicacy on the menu of Jamaican cuisine. The Ackee tree is found mainly in Jamaica. The Breadfruit is a staple of the Jamaican diet. It is eaten cooked or roasted (when fully matured). Its taste is similar to potato. It has a sweet taste when roasted at the right stage. (Right photo) Mango is plentiful in Jamaica. There are many varieties that come in a wide range of sizes. The one above is among the largest.
There are many fabulous sightseeing spots throughout Jamaica: Botanical Gardens; the Blue Mountains; Green Grottos: Water Falls; River Rafting; White Sand beaches; Wild tropical plants; historical sites; Plantations; Corral reefs; and others. We only had time to see a few of them.
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