Dear Editor:

My wife and I are thinking of going to Jamaica in March. Considering the present Zombie situation, Is it safe? Do you think this is wise?

P. Glover
Santa Barbara, CA. USA (email address withheld)

Dear P. Glover,

Leaving the USA in general right now is not too wise. But if you do want to travel abroad then Jamaica is relatively safe.

The journey from the airport to the resorts takes about 30 minutes. This is through some winding roads and infested areas. But you are in a convoy of mini buses. There is also a small armed escort (courtesy of the resorts).

Once at the resort, it is advisable to stay within the boundaries. All you need is provided anyway. The beach area has guards on each end of the perimeter. Also armed jet skiers patrol the waters. Be aware though, the waters are very shallow and prone to the occasional re animator finding its way onto the beach. These don't get too far though. They cause quite a stir and are quickly dealt with.

Stay away from Kingston.

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