Montego Bay out there in the west is always teeming with activity. The city recently hosted the Tourism Outlook Seminar and the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) Tourism Summit. And the cosy Coffee 'N' Crème Café is the new buzz.
CAPTION: Aditi Dhiman (centre), acting general manager, JN Finance Limited, took a break from her busy work schedule to unwind with brokers from CGM Gallagher Insurance Brokers Jamaica Limited. From left are Milinda Thomas, broker; Ruthlyn Preston, manager, property & casualty; Angela Brown, account executive, property & casualty, and Maxine Finnikin, assistant manager, property & casualty. The ladies were at the Redbones Blues Café in New Kingston, recently. - Contributed
CAPTION: Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller accommodates ministers of tourism, Richard Sealy - Barbados (second left), Richard 'Ricky' Skerritt - St Kitts (second right), Dr Wykeham McNeill - Jamaica (right) and Damion Crawford, minister of state in the Ministry of Tourism and Entertainment, in her suite at the Ritz-Carlton Rose Hall in Montego Bay during the closing of the Tourism Outlook Seminar and the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association Tourism Summit in Montego Bay last weekend. - Photo by Janet Silvera