One Love Bus Pub Crawl - in Negril
by Kathy H
(Shawnee, KS, USA)
Re: What's Your Most Memorable Jamaican Attraction? feedback question
I travel to Negril twice a year, and most trips I go on the One Love Bus Pub Crawl.
Lenbert takes us to 6 or 7 bars small fun bars that are not big tourist traps. There is no cost for the ride, though tipping the driver is greatly appreciated.
You also don't have a minimum number of drinks, or even the requirement to buy a drink. Drink prices are always reasonable, and some places have food ready for you to buy.
One place we've stopped a few times has great hot out of the oven home made pizza for sale by the slice. I've gotten to see a lot of interesting places in Negril, and met many interesting people.
Lenbert will pick you up at your hotel. The last bar always has a great sunset view, so you get back to your hotel a little after sunset.
We usually get back to our resort in time to change for dinner.
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