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    • TueAug01 Public Holiday -Ja. Emancipation Day
    • MonAug07 Public Holiday - Ja. Independence Day
    • SatSep23 Drama Production - ANIMAL FARM 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Local area


AISK Teachers share their scuba diving experience with us. 

 

Travel

 

Jamaica is a beautiful country to explore. Traveling by car is easiest. Although the island seems small, there are endless possibilities for adventure. Some weekend activities include:

  • Mountains
  • Scuba diving or snorkeling all over the island
  • Spend the day on the beach (beautiful ones are everywhere)
  • Drive to a tasty restaurant in the country
  • Take a boat to a nearby cay for some sun
  • Hike in Cockpit Country
  • Go cliff jumping in Negril
  • Enjoy a reggae concert in the city or in the countryside
  • Visit crocodiles on the south coast
  • Visit the national Gallery in Kingston
  • Go to the Bob Marley Museum
  • Visit various farms and gardens across the island
  • Explore Jamaica’s various waterfalls

Jamaica's closest US city is Miami which is approximately an hour and twenty minutes by air. Teachers have found Jamaica's proximity to the United States extremely convenient.

 

Clubs

There are a number of social clubs in Kingston, many administered by the embassies. For example, the American Women’s Group gets together often and does fundraising activities.

Shopping

Large, well-stocked supermarkets can be found all over Kingston. Many foreign goods are available, but locally produced goods are often cheaper.

Jamaicans

The motto of Jamaica is “Out of Many, One People” and people live by this. The people here are warm, accepting, and helpful.

Security

As in any major city, there are areas you may not want to find yourself after dark. However, in general Kingston is a safe city. It has street crime, so a certain amount of precaution is necessary when traveling with possessions.

Food and Restaurants

There are many tasty international restaurants in Kingston that tend to be on the pricier side. There are also many local eateries which tend to be far better and less expensive. Some of the popular local dishes are chicken (pan, fried, jerked, curried, and stewed), fish (steamed, fried, and escoveitch style), and pork (jerked or stewed). There are some fast food chains, such as Subway, Burger King, KFC, Wendy’s and Baskin Robins.

Activities

There are two 18 hole golf courses in Kingston near to the school. There is a local Hash House Harriers group which meets every two weeks to explore the bush! The U.S. embassy has a variety of functions and sends out the “Doctor Bird Newsletter” once a month to keep people informed. One diving club exists in Kingston, and dive operators can be found in most of the islands resort areas. Hiking in the Blue Mountains is a nice way to get out of the city for some quiet time.

Heatlth and Fitness

Wellness Clubs

Kingston has numerous options for exercise and wellness to choose from, many of which are close to the school. Those in close proximity to AISK are Core Fitness Studio, Pedal & Wheel, Spartan Gym, AFYA Jamaica, Chai Studios, RIPT, and Gymkhana.

Running Clubs

There are many running clubs, Jamdammers, and Sonic Steppers to name a few. 5K events have become hugely popular in the last ten years with almost a weekly event happening teh Reaggae Marathon and a Triathalons.  Visit www.runningeventsja.com  to find out more -They are great group of people and the events are always well organized.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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