Jamaica Jamaican in China

China…RELOADED! Re-live the magic and adventure! Like re-runs!

Jamaican in China...RELOADED!

If this is your first time visiting my blog, then listen up! You’ve missed some of the most exciting, insightful, inspiration and fun adventures of me in China! But don’t worry, in the same way that I “reloaded” the Life Rhymes so that you can enjoy them once a week like they were originally meant to be enjoyed, I’ve now reloaded my Jamaican in China adventure! Yes, every real-time, as-it-happened email that I sent to my friends and followers can now be experienced in a surprise email straight to your in-box!  That’s right, my entire 6-month adventure beginning with the loss of my passport and ultimate departure from Saipan straight through my time in Beijing, Kunming, Xishuangbanna, Hainan, Laos, Singapore  and back to Saipan!

No need to scroll through the archives in one sitting! Just sign up, and sit back! And let me do all the work! It’ll be just like watching old Seinfeld re-runs, except it’s me, um without the entourage and the quirky theme music!

Just use the sign up box on in the right column of the blog and let’s go! The re-runs will keep you entertained while I work on a new book and whine about being “stuck” here in New York!

If you’re reading this by email, then most likely you’ve been on my list for a while and already experienced the magic of my last China adventure! If you’ve signed up in the last day, then you’re already set to receive China Reloaded.

Now, if you’ve already experienced it all, but for some strange reason, you DO want to receive the re-runs, FIRST UN-subscribe using the link at the bottom of this email, and then RE-subscribe and your re-runs will begin right away (that is, IF this darned automated system works the way it’s supposed to!)

Ready, set, re-load!


About the author

Walt F.J. Goodridge

"Once upon a time, there was a Jamaican civil engineer living in New York who hated his job, followed his passion, started a sideline business publishing his own books, made enough money to quit his job, escaped the rat race, ran off to a tropical island in the South Pacific, and started a tourism business so he could give tours of the island to pretty girls every day....and live a nomadpreneur's dream life."


  • Although I rarely have comments, not being an American, I do love reading your blogs. Thanks, and please keep them coming!!

  • Thanks George, I keep hoping that behind that soft walk and talk is perhaps not a big stick but just a very firm and unshakable resolve.

  • I hope so, too, Liz. I could hardly reply to this blog. I feel so encouraged and moved by George’s perspective, but I am almost afraid to speak of it. I continue to believe President Obama is the “genuine article.” I think he is thinking through all the problems our country faces, listening to advice, being civil to his enemies, and that one by one he will make his own decisions and he will keep his promises.