HOW TO NAVIGATE JAMOROKI

I have tried to make navigation as easy as possible with:

  • POSTS – grouped under pages in the main menu at the top as well as by months and by categories in the left sidebar. 6 Featured Posts are always shown right below the main menu at the top.
  • INFORMATION – in the left sidebar and footer area at the bottom of each page.

Jamoroki is a hugely rewarding experience and I am thrilled with all the help I have received from more experienced bloggers.I am slowly building a community of like-minded, free thinking and intelligent people who have a passion for life. People who have a thirst for knowledge, adventure and who love breaking new ground; prepared to contribute by sharing thoughts, ideas and even gripes. Together I hope we can build something of real and lasting value.

AND MOST IMPORTANTLY, I HOPE YOU CAN FIND YOU WAY ROUND MY BLOG EASILY. IF NOT PLEASE LET ME KNOW

8 thoughts on “HOW TO NAVIGATE JAMOROKI”

  1. I don’t know how I ended up here but am really happy I did – very interesting blog. I loved your piece on your Expats site and the Top 7 essentials as an expat – very relatable. I moved many years ago to another country, completed underestimated the power of my own language and the culture of the foreigners – the impact of that, was irreversible.Thank you for sharing, so many need to be aware 🙂 xx

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    1. Maybe you got lost on a cyber trip and the gravitational pull of planet jamoroki was too strong!! I’m really happy you landed and now you are here please stay a while. You are most welcome to relax, enjoy a glass or two of cyber wine and take anything home you want from my library. I just had a quick whizz around your blog and couldn’t work out exactly where in the world you are or if you are a traveller as you said you moved to another country. Did I miss it somewhere? Please let me know and thanks for connecting. PS. How do you add those smileys?

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          1. Too late. You are on record!!
            Well, well. You are from CPT. The place I left 3 years ago but will always love dearly.
            Your pic looks like you are a Capetonian so I wondered which country you move to?
            See you soon. James 🙂

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