In Ocho Rios Jamaica , where we have visited many times.we hired a private driver, Paul Williams, also highly recommended on Tripadvisor.com, and someone we have used before. We met a lovely couple on the Freedom, named Howie and Pearl and we brought them along. We went to “The Enchanted Gardens” An off the beaten path spot. We were the only ones there! Our guide, Devon, walked us through the greenery and waterfalls, showing us the different plants. We smelled plants and tasted fruits and really got to know the place through his eyes. Then we went into the aviary and fed the birds. Macaws, peacocks, love birds, parakeets, roosters. They were on my head and feeding right out of my hands! It is an amazing , peaceful spot and I highly recommend it! Next we went to visit a friend of mine, Elise Yap, the innkeeper of a exquisite B & B called “The Blue House” She is also the founder of “Breadbasket Ministries” a charity that helps local children in Ocho Rios. Last year we visited her and got to spend the day with the children. We only had less than a full day this time, so we just dropped off some school supplies and visited for an hour. It was lovely! Lastly, we went to Reggae Beach and I had a fresh whole red snapper and a red stripe lunch. It is a very beautiful beach, and a waitress walks you down to your spot and takes care of you the whole time. There is a fee to enter $9.50 each . You can also pay $50 each and have an all inclusive deal on the right side of the beach called The Bamboo Club. It was kinda rowdy and loud. So, we just went to the left side of the beach where we sat under a shade tree and soaked in the beauty that is Jamaica! It was a very memorable day!