We were introduced to Daddy Coo by people at the hotel who knew of him. However, as I came to find out, EVERYONE in Negril knows Daddy Coo, who is something of a local celebrity, so it should be easy for you to track him down too. Daddy Coo and his wife actually own and run some cottages/hostels in Negril. Hes a full Rasta and wears his hair in dreads and the long, flowing clothes. More than this physical appearance, though, Daddy Coo had the laid-back, intelligent, nature-loving personality that is the true Rasta lifestyle. They are a very educated and peace-loving people. Daddy Coo took us on a very small personal tour of his favourite areas of Negril. This tour ended up visiting his friends' homes, walking around their gardens and sampling any goodies they had on offer (his friend Hash made great cookies!) whilst learning all about the local wildfife and fauna. It was far from the normal vacation tours, and he would go pretty much where you asked. However, we found it best just to follow him in and out of his friends' houses and meet some of the people he knew, just to listen to his wisdom and their stories. And if you wanted to do just that, then that's okay with him. If you want to see the touristy Ricks cafe? Thats okay with him. If there was anything you wanted to know or see, he would do his damn best to show you. It was all just, "Okay, Mon!"