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.

Lebawit Lily Girma

Lebawit Lily Girma is an award-winning travel journalist, photographer, and guidebook author specializing in the Caribbean region. Her work has been published in major travel publications, including CNN, AFAR, Delta Sky, Lonely Planet, Shermans Travel, and BBC, among others. A self-professed "culture-holic," Lily left her native Ethiopia at age one, fast developing a passion for the expat Caribbean life. In 2008, she ditched her US corporate law career for the road and created Sunshine and Stilettos—a travel photography blog showcasing authentic ways to experience the Caribbean, through culture and nature. Lily has since partnered with Caribbean tourism boards and travel brands on major content projects. She also authors print guidebooks on three destinations, including Belize, the Dominican Republic, and Jamaica. Read more on her site,

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