Dramatic Sunset in Port Royal, Jamaica

Few visitors to Jamaica stray far from the resorts and attractions on the north coast. Even fewer get to Port Royal, the one-time Pirate Capital of the World, on a promontory south of Kingston.

The historic Royal Navy hospital in Port Royal

This is a shame, because Port Royal is a fascinating place. And the view we got from our hotel across Kingston Harbour towards the Jamaican mainland was just stunning.

Our hotel in Port Royal (which was, incidentally, one of the locations used during the filming of the first James Bond film, Dr. No)

View across the harbour to Kingston and the Blue Mountains beyond

This was particularly true on our second night there, when we witnessed this dramatic sunset…

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