If you’ve ever watched the Disney hit “Cool Runnings” you know that Jamaica has a proud bobsledding tradition. It might seem crazy, since snow never falls on the island, but where there’s a will, there’s a way, and the Jamiacan’s are some of the world’s most willful people.
Eating out in a foreign country is often a bit like rolling the dice; sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, but there’s always an element of uncertainty. What can you say – it’s part of the game, and though eating out is often a joy, spending good money on bad food is never enjoyable. Luckily, with a little research you can enjoy the best of restaurant eating in Negril without worrying about a thing.
One of the premier yet often overlooked attractions in Jamaica, Cave Valley should be on your radar for fun “like the locals do.” Set at the banks of the Cave River, Cave Valley is a village located afoot of a large system of interconnecting limestone caves that stretch throughout the north and west of the country and a source of much exploration and mystery for those who decide to visit it.
What untold histories lie in the depths of Jamaica? What unscrupulous dealings and lecherous lives were lived within its heart? No one can be sure of the pasts of others, but one such account is still circulated as particularly dark and shocking. The story is that of Annie Palmer, also known as the White Witch of Rose Hall.
Negril is often referred to as the party spot of Jamaica, but that’s just because it’s a resort town located on the some of Jamaica’s most beautiful coastline. I mean, who wouldn’t want to be there? As it is, Negril offers spectacular beachfront, unrivaled water, and the lush and vibrant jungle at your doorstep. In short, Negril is full of beauty, mystery, and romance, and should that be on your radar this vacation, here’s how to best go about getting it.