Our favourite travel couple Calee and Stephen are still on the move, sharing a plethora of their experiences in Jamaica with the world in their weekly “Pon Di Road” webisodes. So far we’ve seen them do everything from parasailing to cliff diving and swimming with dolphins and stingrays (not to mention sampling a whole lot of Jamaica’s multifaceted cuisine along the way). After a virtual shrimp fest in Middle Quarters St. Elizabeth Calee and Stephen head for ‘Little Ochie’ Seafood Restaurant in Alligator Pond Manchester – one of the most authentically unspoiled coastal spots in Jamaica.
Reputed to be one of the best places to get seafood in Jamaica, ‘Little Ochie’ is a prime spot for weekend or holiday getaways. The destination is famous for its food, as much as for its beach. Patrons can enjoy over 75 freshly caught seafood dishes including curried or jerked shark, conch fritters, conch salad, jerk, curried, grilled or barbecued lobster, conch, eel, squid and seaweed soup, fried or steamed fish and festival and bammy to name a few. Or simply play in the rough waters and silver-sand beach of the south coast location. The lumber and thatched structures of his restaurant hug a silver sand beach where the sea breaks with playful ferocity along the shore giving it a tremendous atmosphere.
Live vicariously through Calee and Stephen as they sample just about everything on the menu that they can fit into their stomachs. Be sure to tune in for the newest “Pon Di Road” webisode which premieres tomorrow at 5pm on our My Jamaica YouTube Channel !
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