Rum and Reggae's Jamaica

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Rum & Reggae Guidebooks, Incorporated, 2002 - Travel - 53 pages
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More than in any other Caribbean country, being sequestered behind fences keeps the traveller from the real beauty of Jamaica -- it's people. The home of reggae, rastas, reefer, and more is experienced at the beach; in the cities, towns, and villages; in the verdant mountains, the bustling markets and the corner rum shop blasting dance hall music (Jamaican hip-hop). Beyond the gates are also beautiful beaches, great golf choices, a very electric music scene, museums, jerk pits, evocative art, quiet, and tremendous beauty. This is the only book you will need for your trip. Everything you need to know is in these pages. The book provides the inside scoop on Jamaica, every worthwhile place to see (and which ones to avoid), as well as the 411 on accommodations, restaurants, nightlife, activities, and more.

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Jonathan Runge is the author of 16 travel books including the Rum & Reggae series and Hot on Hawaii. He is the coauthor of Ski Party! He has contributed to such publications as Men's Journal, Outside, National Geographic Traveler, Out, and Skiing. He lives in Prides Crossing, Massachusetts.

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