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An interesting trip

I went to this little museum yesterday and and it was rather enjoyable. This was house of correction for slaves who were rebelious or didnt fall into line. It was rather... read more

Reviewed 24 April 2012
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Negril, Jamaica

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Reviewed 24 April 2012

I went to this little museum yesterday and and it was rather enjoyable. This was house of correction for slaves who were rebelious or didnt fall into line. It was rather horrifying to see how the slaves were treated and the conditions they were kept in. I was rather interested in the Yorubu connection 'Etu and Nago' which they showed... More 

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