We visited in a rental car, on a wet afternoon, attracted by the story of the two slave lovers who preferred to jump to their deaths rather than be parted by their owners. It did not seem a long drive, when studying the map back in our hotel room, but there are few signposts in this part of Jamaica and it took us longer than expected to reach the destination. The roads are narrow and twisting with potholes of various shapes and sizes. As others have said, it is a fairly desolate spot (particularly in driving rain...) and it is the romance of its history that may make the tricky drive there worth your trouble.
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