Port Royal was once a mecca for pirates and a haven for debauchery. Then it collapsed into the sea, erasing an infamous part of Jamaica’s coast. Today the city’s remains are a tourist hotspot. “Right now, people go there to eat fish and bammy. Whenever I go, I really cry because it’s not developed as it should be. The buildings should all be restored to preserve the historic environment,” says Eddy Edwards of the cultural organization Jamaica Awareness. To draw attention to the ongoing exhibit of Port Royal artifacts at the Historical Museum of Southern Florida, Jamaica... More >>>