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Sweet Home Jamaica

Away from the busy tourist towns of Negril and Montego Bay is Jamaica's best-kept secret: Port Antonio.

T+L Reports: Jamaica Me Stylish

The fashion designer Ralph Lauren has been visiting Jamaica for more than 20 years. He's contributed to several charities, and even bought one of the 27 villas at the Round Hill Hotel & Villas which is why he was the ideal candidate to update the hotel's 36-room Pineapple House.

Barbados: New Hot Spots

The Caribbean’s easternmost isle is buzzing with news: chic restaurants, renovated hotels, and even a Food, Wine, and Rum Festival. Here, six spots to take it all in.

A Culinary Tour of Jamaica

From roadside jerk stands to bohemian hideaways to white-glove resorts, this Caribbean hot spot has something for everyone. Matt Lee and Ted Lee embark on a road trip to get a taste of what the island has to offer.

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How to Get Around - Bermuda - The island has always placed limitations on cars; residents are allowed only one per family, and visitors are not permitted to rent them. Taxis are notoriously expensive. As for mopeds, proceed with caution—yes, they look like fun and do offer great photo ops, but no one under 16 is allowed to drive them, and accidents are common. Your best bet is to use the excellent public transportation: Hop a ferry. Passenger boats (441/295-4506) ply the waters around the island via four routes—and cost only a few dollars per trip; children under five travel free, as do “pedal cycles.”

Take a bus: Though they can get crowded during weekday rush hours, buses (441/292-3851;) are $4.50 a ride, easy to figure out, and prompt.

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