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Today's port of call in Jamaica is Falmouth, a quaint port town located on the north shore of the island. After breakfast we loaded up lightly for perhaps our more adventurous excursion: a tour of the island coast and hike up famous Dunn's River Falls. It's over 900 feet from the base of the falls at sea level to the top. You walk all the way down on ...
... annoyed us a bit to the point where we couldn’t even read the information, so we had to rather sternly tell them to shut up and leave us alone! By now it was lunchtime and in perfect placement nearby there was a little roadside food stall and bar. Cold water and beer was available and the very rustic kitchen had a great selection of local traditional foods – boiled green banana, boiled and fried johnny cakes, yam, ...
... the marina and do a bit more exploring. The marina, Pier 1, is right down town and has a restaurant attached
that has a licence until 7am on Saturday mornings. From where we were anchored last night we could clearly hear the music… about 2km away! Their licence is only till 11pm on Saturday nights and midnight on Sunday nights, so we can probably live with the noise until that hour. The ...
... walked to the Hip Strip where the tourist shops were selling crazily expensive stuff to the cruise passengers. $15 for a magnet!!!! Then when you find a shop that has ok prices they add commission and/or tax on to it. We wished we had spent more time in the centre exploring than on the hip strip. Doctors beach looked ok, but we did not pay the $6 to go in. The taxi driver really wanted people to go ...
Breakfast arrived around 9:30am, and we lounged around until about 11am before heading out to Falmouth. Falmouth is a newly built Royal Caribbean port, and the stores were all new. It wasn’t a bad area, but it was contrived. There was a Dairy Queen, a Nathan’s hotdogs and a Quizno’s. We debated leaving the port and going into town, but didn’t feel like dealing with the hassle.