Day three brought a stop in Ocho Rios, Jamaica. RCI is building it's own port in Falmouth and had scheduled this cruise to port there. But in Jamaica, construction deadlines are "no problem mon." Therefore, it will probably be several months before anything docks there. The port itself is nice and security is very visible. However, as soon as you leave the port area, you are in an urban setting that has all the quirks and trappings of those anywhere. NOTE: This is not a "bad" area, nor is it particularly dangerous. It is simply downtown. The locals are welcoming and love to share their history and heritage if you give them the opportunity. But there are panhandlers, dope dealers, and hustlers mixed in just like there are in your city. Be aware of your surroundings and DON'T buy weed! Weed is plentiful as well as illegal there BUT . . .the police generally look the other way until a local sells to a tourist. Then they bust the tourist, haul them off to a magistrate who extracts a few hundred dollars in "fines", and then return them to their ship just in time to cast off. Boosts the local economy, ya know?