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They didn't talk as if it was a third world country, many spoke of going back.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. I don't know too much about the rest of the island outside of Kingston being dangerous though.You said you'll just be visiting as a break before going back to medical school. But I'm sure there are other parts of Jamaica that are a lot safer that you wouldn't have to stay in a resort or waste money on that.To answer your earlier question, No, it's not that I'm specifically looking for a jamaican girl, I was just considering jamaica because they speak english, there are a lot of black women (not that I'm against dating women of all races), and it's a vacation spot that many of my friends and family have visited and liked... I was also considering London, but they have crappy weather and I hear it's like a more expensive version of NYC, if I wanted to go to NYC, I would just go to NYC. You must all realize that I didn't consider it a 3rd world country because of all the reports from people about how much fun they had there, and from all the stories of the few Jamaicans whom I've meet here.Also I think a lot of people keep thinking it has to be Jamaica, but if you go back up and read at least 3 of my replies, I keep asking people over and over, where do you recommend? And yes when I asked them why they came here to the U.