by Jamila Soso-Vincent
With our Liming Appreciation Society off to a great start, today we were lucky enough to catch up with the lovely Jamila Soso-Vincent,
a journalist and regular Limer! Find out what Liming means to Jamila
and get an insight into where and how to Lime in true Vincy style.
is your favourite place to lime? On the mainland, I like liming at
Chillerz Bar/Restaurant and In Bequia, I like liming at Mango's, Lower
Bay. Any night and any location is a great night for me once I have good
Are there certain events going on throughout the week
which you can’t miss? Karaoke at SOV or Mareyna, and roast pork at
What is your favourite music to lime to? I prefer soca
and reggae (or old school dancehall - not that new 'aggressive'
stuff)...artistes such as Skinny Fabulous, Lil Rick, Bunji, Machel, Fya
Empress, Jah Cure, Taurus Riley, Damien Marley...and other artistes of
that same ilk.
What is your favourite drink? Amaretto Sour
us about what typically goes on when you’re liming Mostly drinking,
chatting, a bit of dancing depending on whether the venue allows for
this, making jokes, reminiscing on past limes, and of course some kind
of eating has to go down!
What makes liming in SVG so special?
The laid-back atmosphere, the jovial and fun-loving nature of
Vincentians, the warm weather, and it doesn't take a lot of money to
have a good time!
Do you see liming as a crucial part of your
life, and why? Most definitely! Why? Because all work and no play makes
us all very dull...and nobody wants to be around dull people after a
hard day at work!