Contributing editor

THAT breakfast remains the single most important meal of the day, even when you're in the beautiful city of Montego Bay, have plans to get to Trelawny's Multi-purpose Stadium in the early afternoon and there's an unscheduled stop at the newly constructed private jet terminal.

Our hostess, Cecile Levee, takes it all in stride in her inimitable style (fact is, Cecile's heels do not miss a single beat as, with minutes to spare - the plane's arrival time changed - she instructs guests to nibble on grapes, seedless naturally, until our return). Breakfast becomes brunch but is truly worth the wait. The setting... truly priceless.

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