The island of Jamaica has many faces – beach, mountain, rainforest, farmland –all of them exquisite and different in their own right. The country is probably most famous for its luxury all-inclusive resorts, ganja, and of course, Bob Marley, reggae’s founding father.
But Jamaica is also home to some of the hardest working, friendliest people on the planet. To get a sense of the “real” Jamaica, you just need to move off the well-trodden path that includes Negril, Montego Bay and Ocho Rios.
When I was looking for a warm weather break from NYC’s brutal cold, I went in search of an easy access part of the country that wouldn’t be full of tourists and all the trimmings that go along with them, namely pushy vendors, rip-off prices, and westernized culture.
I found exactly what I wanted in a tiny enclave called Little Bay, about a half hour south of…
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