On this episode, we visit the beautiful city of Negril Jamaica.
We know you think you know about Negril but on this episode, our friends at Capital of Casual help us to explore
some hidden gems of the Westmoreland area. We visit Brenda’s On The Boulevard, a local hotspot with amazing
dishes, we grab a cup of java at Patsy’s Coffeeshop. If you love the water then you have to take a ride
on Tiki Pon Da Sea and we had an amazing Sunday lime at Sandra’s place. For all of our music lover friends,
we stopped in at Bourbon Beach and Roots Bamboo for some local reggae music and last but not least
we found Erica’s Hideaway, a quaint restaurant tucked away just of the main road with a great farm
to table program.
This episode is a recap of great summer events including; The SheaMoisture Canada Toronto Carnival
Pop-up where we spoke with SheaMoisture Co-founder Cyrus S. Dennis, Tracy Moore from Cityline
and RNB Superstar Jully Black. We got an exclusive interview with Reggae Artist Koffee. We sampled
some amazing Jerk Food, enjoyed some culture and spoke with @Jah Cure at the Mobay Jerk Festival.
We had some great conversations with Fay-Ann Lyons- Alvarez, Bunji Garlin and Kes the Band
at the One Love Festival and checked out one of our favourite festivals, Barbados on the Water
where we spoke with the Hypa Dawg himself, Lil Rick.
On this episode, it is all about the 65th Anniversary of Aruba Carnival. We chat with Road piece Champion
Jairo Grant, who was sponsored by Digicel, attend a mascarade party by Kiwanis Club of Palm Beach Aruba,
chat with Ruben Garcia of the Power FM, caught up with Patrick Melchoirs of Aruba Tourism Authority.
We also stopped by the Carnival Museum for a brief history lesson, learned about the newly renovated
Queen Beatrix International Airport, all while staying at the Coconut Inn located in Palm Beach.
Our guest Co-Host, Arnalda Lampe shares with us what we can expect for the 65th Anniversary of Aruba Carnival.
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