Meet Nicholas Martin, founder of 'The Jamaican Abroad', on a mission to highlight the experiences which entail being a Jamaican in a foreign country. Cutting and pasting the similarities and differences existing between my cultural background and a that of other countries, this journey will prove that Jamaicans are biologically wired to adapt in any and every situation.
While capturing pieces of Jamaica abroad, I also seek to uncover what the uncommon truth that borders only exist on maps and this is realized only when we travel.
Under the theme 'No Borders', allow me to illustrate that we are all equipped to break down barriers such as language and culture and exist in other lands like natives do.
Follow me around the world and let's do it like the Romans do in Rome, dance the Bachata like it's done in Santo Domingo, or even break into the Siesta habit like the native Dominican. If you're up for the challenge, let's Samba like they do in São Paulo, and mirror the Football skills of the Brazilians.
How quick are you? Try to run as fast as us Jamaicans, if you're fast enough you'll be speaking the Shona language like the Zimbabweans or making mouth-watering Burriotos like it's done in Mexico. In no time, you'll be as friendly as the Balinese people of Indonesia. Let's go!