It’s the most wonderful time of the year—and the busiest!
Amid the hustle and bustle of office parties, tree trimming, and family traditions most of us assume we’ll have little time to look for love.
The Church (now a national monument) is attractively clad in foliage and it's grand entrance is flanked with royal palm trees.
The Church is located at the far west end of town, close to the statue of Christopher Columbus.
He famously remarked that the land he had discovered was "the fairest that eyes had beheld" Christopher Columbus's discovery is remembered today with a statue of his likeness on the roundabout just West of town. However, in recent years, Ocho Rios has grown rapidly and eclipsed St. Jago de la Vega (now called Spanish Town) and the church was not completed.