On 8.6.12 this ebook hit #1 in Amazon's Caribbean UK & Germany stores!
Hilarious and thoughtful tales of bus rides in corporate Kingston and rural Jamaica with a glossary of Jamaican words and phrases. Short and easy reading. Of interest to people seeking a humourous read, budget travellers, fans of Jamaica, people interested in foreign cultures and intercultural exchange, students of linguistics.
Fantastic reviews for paperback editions:
“A riot…I nearly split my sides laughing…!”
—Don Lowe, (late of) Citrad Ltd.
“Times past are often times present and this small book may still be used to guide the truly adventurous soul who wants to risk life and limb travelling on Jamaica’s MAXI minibus “transpotes”
—Ronnie DQ, Retired U.H. of the West Indies ‘Knife Man’
“For anybody who has ever travelled on a bus, this book is a must!”
—Mike Campbell, Island Car Rentals
“…vivid and colourful…humorous, surprising, sometimes sad but always intriguing. Makes me look forward to your next book”
—Angela van der Waals, Royal Netherlands Embassy
“An uproarious look at growing up on Jamaican public transport”
—Robert Cleaves, Vermont winter regular to Jamaica
Academia! Included in the Jamaican authors series of MoBay Community College & the doctoral thesis references of Dr. S. Tame Durrleman, Maitre-asst., U. of Geneva
Read at 'Calabash' international and 'Independent Voices' literary festivals. In print since 1999.
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