Postcard: Paula Williams, Jamaican Entrepreneur

With her partner Lloydie Myrie, Paula Williams owns and runs the popular 3 Dives Jerk Centre and Restaurant, located on the cliff side of Negril, Jamaica. 3 Dives serves authentic Jamaican jerk cuisine (chicken and lobster especially), and was once featured in an episode of CBS’ The Amazing Race.

3 Dives Jerk Centre (above) | Image also published in Lonely Planet’s Mini Guide to Jamaica (Feb 2011)

Lobsters galore, prepared for a wedding party at 3 Dives.

Jerk chicken and lobster on the grill at 3 Dives.  The restaurant is generally open from 3pm-11pm. It’s also a great spot to watch the sun set.

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Lebawit Lily Girma

Lebawit Lily Girma is an award-winning, Ethiopian-American travel writer, photographer and author of several Caribbean guidebooks for Moon Travel Guides, including Moon Belize, Moon Belize Cayes, and Moon Dominican Republic (October 2016). Her work focuses on Caribbean culture and adventure, and has been published in AFAR, CNN Travel, BBC, Delta Sky, The Guardian, Sunday Times Travel Magazine, and Every Day With Rachael Ray, among many others. Lily is also the 2016 recipient of the Marcia Vickery Wallace Award for Excellence in Travel Journalism for her Caribbean coverage, from the Caribbean Tourism Organization. Lily calls herself a “culture-holic”–she speaks four languages fluently and has lived in Cote d’Ivoire, England, Jamaica, Belize, the Dominican Republic and traveled to some 30+ countries around the world. Last but not least, she is a former corporate attorney who ditched her Washington DC office for the road in 2009 to pursue her dream of becoming a storyteller. Lily holds a Bachelor of Arts in French and Spanish (summa cum laude) from the University of Maryland at College Park, and a Juris Doctor from the University of Virginia School of Law.

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