Now, we have been to Jamaica several times. But, we have never, ever been to Falmouth! We were looking forward to the exploration.
And exploring Falmouth is easy. The Historic Falmouth Cruise Port was built in 2011 alongside the docking pier. It appears to have been well-planned with restaurants, shopping, a craft market, artisans plying their trade, and buildings designed to reflect the Georgian architecture of Jamaica. And after strolling thru the port area, you easily transit into the town itself.
But hey, these are post-Covid times, and there was evidence of economic decline. The major restaurants like Margaritaville and Scotchies were closed and deserted. No signs of any future occupancy in evidence. So that left a big hole in dining options. Only food stands with picnic table-seating were in evidence. Sadly, we chose to go back to the ship for lunch and the afternoon libation.
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Wow! Love the architecture.