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November 16, 2006
From journal No Problem! - Jamaica
June 1, 2006
From journal Tourist Jamaica: Negril
New York, New York
September 15, 2005
From journal Negril in a Haze
Union, New Jersey
September 3, 2004
From journal Perfect Couples Paradise
November 27, 2003
The bar itself is nothing much to cry home about. It is the stunning cliff views and sunset views that make Rick's Cafe what it is, a premier spot in the Caribbean. Rick's Cafe is in the west end of Negril and is a good distance from the beach area, so be prepared to take a route taxi (JA 200, ie $4) to get there.
From journal Negril on the western tip of Jamaica..
December 12, 2000
We were told that the high cliff was over a hundred feet above the water, and standing on its edge it was easy enough to believe. In hindsight, however, it probably is not such an extreme drop. Crashing into the water feet first hurt a little and my swim trunks almost came off from the force of hitting the water, but it was all over in two or three seconds.
There is a smaller cliff below to practice your style and steel your nerves. The bar next door to the cliffs is convenient for having your friends fork over congratulatory drinks on your foolhardy accomplishment.
From journal Jamaica: Negril
The crowd was fun and appreciative of the beautiful sight. Fairly young and partying compared to other places we had checked out in Jamaica, Rick's Cafe is a great place to meet new folks and knock back a few expensive drinks. It's also where you can catch the crazy folks diving off the nearby cliffs, or dive off yourself if so inclined.