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Ocho Rios is situated on the northern coast of the island of Jamaica, midway between the capital, Kingston, and the popular tourist resort of Montego Bay. It is home to beautiful beaches of golden sand and turquoise waters. The surrounding countryside of Ocho Rios is lush and tropical, and has fern-clad cliffs, breathtaking waterfalls and majestic mountains.
Jamaica's most prominent natural attraction has to be the caves on the island's north coast, between Ocho Rios and Montego Bay. The caves have played an important role in Jamaican history, from when the Arawak Indians used them for shelter. They have been used as a hideout for Spaniards during the British takeover, a haven for runaway slaves, and even as a den for smugglers running arms to Cuba. The cottage on the cliff above Port Maria, 20 miles east of Ocho Rios, was the holiday retreat of famed British playwright and composer, Sir Noel Coward. The house is now a national monument and has been preserved as Coward left it, complete with two grand pianos on which he composed some famous pieces. His final resting place is actually in the garden under a simple marble headstone.
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