Video: Rev's Top 5: Jamaica

Rev shares his top moments from his family's trip to Jamaica.

About the Show

After spending years traveling the world with band mates, Rev Run is embarking on his next travel adventure, but this time with his family. Equipped with four round-the-world tickets, Rev and family will brave exotic territories, fascinating cultures, and much more.

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We Jammin'

We Jammin'

Rev and Russy get a steel drum lesson in Jamaica. 960 1280

  

Coyoacan Market

Coyoacan Market

Rev, Russy, and Miley enjoy fresh Tostadas in Mexico City's Coyoacan Market. 960 1280

  

Mariachi Music

Mariachi Music

Rev and the family are entertained by a private Mariachi band performance on their canal ride in Mexico. 960 1280

  

Ninja Warrior

Ninja Warrior

The family learns some new moves at a ninja training school in Tokyo, Japan! 960 1280

  

Tsukiji Market

Tsukiji Market

Rev poses in front of a large tuna at Tokyo’s Tsukiji Market. 960 1280

  

Kecak Fire Dance

Kecak Fire Dance

The Simmons take in a Kecak Fire Dance while in Bali, Indonesia. 960 1280

  

Surfs Up!

Surfs Up!

Russy and Miley get some surfing tips before hitting the Bali beach. 960 1280

  

Tai Chi

Tai Chi

Rev and the family are naturals at Tai Chi! They fit right in with the locals in Hong Kong, China. 960 1280

  

Elephant Ride!

Elephant Ride!

Rev and the family ride elephants through the Mae Sa Elephant Camp in Thailand. 960 1280

  

Dubai Desert

Dubai Desert

Rev and the family venture into the desert during their travels in Dubai. 960 1280

  

Let's Shop!

Let's Shop!

Rev purchases a Kandura, the common garb for men in Dubai. He loves the traditional Arabic tunic! 960 1280

  

Istanbul

Istanbul

The Simmons take some time to soak in the Istanbul skyline. 960 1280

  

Rosenborg Castle

Rosenborg Castle

The Simmons goof around in front of Rosenborg Castle in Denmark. 960 1280

  

Horse Play

Horse Play

Miley meets the horse that will be pulling her carriage around Rome, Italy. 960 1280

  

Campo de Fiori

Campo de Fiori

Rev and the family visit the Campo de Fiori marketplace in Rome, Italy 960 1280

  

Whatever Toots Your Horn

Whatever Toots Your Horn

The Simmons love listening to the alphorn players at Moleson Peak in Geneva, Switzerland. Rev even takes a turn! 960 1280

  

Fresh Kicks

Fresh Kicks

Bruno works on a pair of Adidas style wooden clogs for Rev in Amsterdam. 960 1280

  

Fish and Chips!

Fish and Chips!

Can you tell that Miley loves fish and chips in London, England? 960 1280

  

Whale Watching

Whale Watching

The Simmons are excited to go whale watching in Reykjavik, Iceland. 960 1280

  

Legend of the Blue Lagoon

Legend of the Blue Lagoon

Rev and the family travel to the Blue Lagoon in Iceland. 960 1280

  

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Dunn's River Falls
Dunn's River Falls

Dunn's River Falls

Dunn’s River Falls is one of Jamaica’s most popular attractions. Cold, clear mountain water splashes 600 feet down on stone steps, flowing into the warm Caribbean. Donned in swimsuits, tourists get the full experience of the waterfall by climbing the slippery stone steps. An experienced guide is recommended. 960 1280

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Seven Mile Beach

Seven Mile Beach

Dunn’s River Falls is one of Jamaica’s most popular attractions. Cold, clear mountain water splashes 600 feet down on stone steps, flowing into the warm Caribbean. Donned in swimsuits, tourists get the full experience of the waterfall by climbing the slippery stone steps. An experienced guide is recommended. 960 1280

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Pelican Bar

Pelican Bar

Welcome to Pelican Bar in Jamaica’s St. Elizabeth Parish. This rustic wooden bar is located on a sand bank between the Black River and Treasure Beach. Unplug and unwind by spending a day sunbathing, drinking a couple beers, eating fresh fish and swimming the shallow waters. 960 1280

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Dolphin Cove

Dolphin Cove

Surrounded by 5 acres of tropical rainforest, Dolphin Cove is the place to be if you want to get up close and personal with dolphins and other wildlife. Snorkel with stingrays, swim with the dolphins, feed the sharks and interact with exotic birds, snakes and iguanas on the Jungle Trail walk. Guests can also hop on mini-boats and explore the coast or take a glass-bottom kayak ride to see the fascinating marine world below. 960 1280

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Rick's Cafe

Rick's Cafe

Rick’s Café is one of Negril’s hottest attractions. It’s the perfect spot to talk to the locals, grab a cocktail, listen to a live reggae band and get a breathtaking view of the sunset. You can’t miss watching the young cliff divers jump from the tops of trees located on the highest cliff (35 feet up). 960 1280

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Strawberry Hill

Strawberry Hill

Just outside of Kingston, Strawberry Hill is a stunning location to have lunch or dinner while surrounded by spectacular views of the city and the countryside. Entrees include curried shrimp, coconut-crusted snapper, and curried goat and chicken. All ingredients come from local farms. We recommend pulling up a chair and sitting at the bar, which features a piano and fireplace to stay cozy when it gets chilly in the Blue Mountains. 960 1280

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Devon House

Devon House

Visit Devon House, one of Jamaica’s most popular tourist attractions. Located in Kingston, this mansion was built by George Stiebel, Jamaica’s first black millionaire. George and 2 other wealthy Jamaicans constructed elaborate homes during the late 19th century at the corner of Trafalgar Road and Hope Road, which was known a Millionaires Corner. In 1990, Devon House was declared a national monument by the Jamaica National Heritage Trust. 960 1280

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Canopy Tour

Canopy Tour

Explore the lush tropical forests in Jamaica and go on a zip-line adventure. Montego Bay, Ocho Rios and Falmouth are the best areas to go zipping by the canopy of trees. We recommend Chukka Caribbean Adventures in Ocho Rios because they offer other kid-friendly activities, and the view of the Laughlands River gorge is amazing from above. 960 1280

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Emancipation Park

Emancipation Park

In Kingston, relax in the solitude of Emancipation Park, which features a jogging track, walking paths and stately fountains. The $4.5 million statue Redemption Song, by Laura Facey Cooper, has become a controversial centerpiece in the park. It depicts a nude slave couple gazing at the heavens … and sometimes elicits comments due to certain larger-than-life physical attributes of the figures. 960 1280

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James Bond Beach

James Bond Beach

Located just 20 minutes from Ocho Rios, James Bond Beach has beautiful beaches surrounded by crystal clear water on 3 sides and the lush mountains of St. Mary as an amazing backdrop. The beach is well-known for the fresh seafood served at the 2-storey Moonraker “Jamaican” Bar & Grill. Guided tours are offered to see popular attractions like GoldeneEye, where author Ian Fleming wrote his James Bond novels. 960 1280

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Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville

Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville

Head to Montego Bay’s “hip strip” -- Gloucester Avenue -- to enjoy the lively entertainment, food and cocktails at Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville. Danny Glover, Cindy Crawford, P. Diddy, Tiger Woods, Uma Thurman and Gabrielle Union are just a few celebrities who have converged on this hot hangout. At night, Club Ville becomes a nightclub with in-house deejays and theme nights, including Glow, Bare as You Dare and Ladies Night. 960 1280

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The Blue Lagoon

The Blue Lagoon

This 176-foot, turquoise blue hole was made famous by the movie Blue Lagoon, featuring actors Brooke Shields and Christopher Atkins. Before the movie, it was known as The Blue Hole, but its name was permanently changed to The Blue Lagoon after the popularity of the 1980s flick. Located in Port Antonio, it is truly one of the most beautiful tourist attractions in Jamaica. Some locals believe the lagoon is bottomless and that a dragon lives there. 960 1280

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Mystic Mountain

Mystic Mountain

Adventurous travelers can board the Rainforest Sky Explorer, a chairlift that runs through the rainforest to the top of Mystic Mountain. At the top, the Rainforest Bobsled Jamaica ride and Rainforest Zipline Canopy ride provide tourists with fun ways to explore the area. Alternate, less intense ways to have fun on Mystic Mountain include strolling in and out of some of the arts and craft shops or grabbing a bite to eat at a restaurant with amazing views of Ocho Rios. 960 1280

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We enjoy gazing at the stunning Spanish architecture of Antonio Gaudi's Casa Batllo (pictured) and Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Familia in Barcelona. 960 1280

  

We enjoy sipping a glass of wine and eating thinly sliced jamón serrano, a type of dry-cured Spanish ham. 960 1280

  

We love Spanish actors who've made it to Hollywood, including Javier Bardem and his wife Penelope Cruz. 960 1280

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We can't forget about the Spanish explorers who became the first to discover the Mississippi River (pictured), the Amazon River, Antarctica, Puerto Rico and many other places around the world. 960 1280

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Gazspatcho is a tomato-based, raw-vegetable soup that originated in the southern region of Andalusia, Spain. We love this cool and refreshing summer dish. 960 1280

  

We marvel at the culinary skills of Spanish chef Jose Andres, who owns Café Altantico, Zaytinya, Jaleo, Oyamel and Minibar by Jose Andres. His restaurants serve a variety of delicious cuisines. 960 1280

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Tapas, appetizers or snacks in Spanish cuisine, have become a part of the US dining experience, and it's another tasty reason why we love the Spanish. 960 1280

  

Sangria is a mixture of red wine, sliced fruit, brandy and triple sec. Eating a mid-day meal with a tall glass of sangria encourages a nice siesta. 960 1280

  

Spain has a variety of tasty wines and vineyards, but Priorat, a comarca or county in Catalonia, is one of the best and most beautiful wine districts in Spain. 960 1280

  

It's the fast and furious! Motorsports have become very popular in Spain. The country has hosted 3 Grand Prix motorcycle races. Race-car driving also gained 1,000s of new fans after Fernando Alonso Diaz won the Formula One World Driver's Championship 2 years in a row. 960 1280

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What traveler doesn't dream about relaxing on a beautiful beach in Spain? Paradisiac Beach is located on the coast of Ibiza. 960 1280

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We enjoy topping off a big dinner late at night by ordering the flan, a popular Spanish dessert. 960 1280

  

Spanish-Mexican tenor Placido Domingo is just one of several talented voices that inspire us to sing -- even if it's in the shower. And we can't forget about other famous singers like Jose Carreras, Julio Iglesias, and for the young pop music fans, Enrique Iglesias. 960 1280

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We enjoy visiting opulent castles in Spain, including Alcazar in Segovia (pictured), Palacio Real in Arajuez or Alhambra in Granada. 960 1280

  

We enjoy watching the intense passion between two Flamenco dancers. The dance originated in the southern Spanish region of Andalusia in the 18th century. 960 1280

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Women love fashion designer Manuel 'Manolo' Blahnik Rodriquez and his designer shoes, which have increased in popularity after several guest appearances on the TV show 'Sex in the City.' 960 1280

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We appreciate Pablo Picasso's artwork, as well as other Spanish artists including Salvador Dali, El Greco and Francisco de Goya. And travelers from around the world head to Spain to experience these museums: the Picasso Museum in Barcelona, the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza and the Museo del Prado in Madrid, and the Dali Museum in Figueres. 960 1280

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We love the Dutch for their windmills and ingenuity to invest in alternate energy resources and an alternative to water-driven mills. 960 1280

  

We can't forget about the appeltaart also known to most as Dutch apple pie. This delicious dessert is baked with cinnamon, lemon juice, raisins, icing in addition to apples and sugar. 960 1280

  

Bicycles are the main mode of transportation for millions of Dutchmen. In Holland, there are 13 million bikes and 16 million Dutchmen, and all social classes and people of all ages ride bikes. We love the Dutch for staying healthy and making an effort to reduce their carbon footprint. 960 1280

  

We love traveling to the cheese markets in Alkmaar, Netherlands, where farmers sell yummy Gouda cheese wheels. 960 1280

  

Clogs were traditionally worn by workers as protective clothing in factories, mines and farms. Today, Dutch clogs are primarily a tourist souvenir; however, clogs remain popular among people working in their gardens and farms. 960 1280

  

We love Dutch directors and actors who've made it big in Hollywood, including actress Famke Beumer Janssen. 960 1280

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After a long day, we like to relax and unwind with a Heineken and Amstel, examples of Dutch brews. OK, what's not to love about that? 960 1280

  

We admire Dutch artists and their work, including post-Impressionist painter Vincent Van Gogh and his mysterious painting 'The Starry Night'. Rembrandt van Rijn and Johannes Vermeer are 2 more amazing Dutch artists. 960 1280

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The Dutch Parliament, government and Royal Court are located in The Hague, the 3rd largest city in the Netherlands. The Hague is United Nations city along with NYC and Geneva; it is also the location for 150 international organizations, including the International Court of Justice and the International Criminal Court. 960 1280

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We love how the Dutch enjoy themselves especially during in the cold, wintry months. The Dutch love ice skating and riding on frozen lakes with a prikslee. 960 1280

  

We enjoy heart and spirit of Dutch soccer fans, and we admire their love for other sports, including field hockey, volleyball, tennis and golf. 960 1280

  

We love the Dutch for their beautiful waterways and canals -- perfect for a night stroll near Amsterdam's canal houses. 960 1280

  

Tourists and locals stroll through the tulips and beautiful flowerbeds at the beautiful Keukenhof Gardens also known as the Garden of Europe near Lisse, Netherlands. 960 1280

  

Salmiakdrop aka salty licorice is a special Dutch treat. Salmiak, a powder-based candy is also popular in the Netherlands, and it comes in sweet and salty flavors. 960 1280

  

Rijksmuseum, one of the most important museums in the world, houses a very large collection of Dutch art, which includes paintings of Rembrandt van Rijn, Vermeer and Frans Hals. 960 1280

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In North Holland and Friesland, Dutch farmers breed Holstein-Friesian cows, which produce most of the world's diary. 960 1280

  

Rotterdam is the second-largest city in the Netherlands and the largest port in Europe. The Holland city is called the gateway to Europe because of its location at the Rhine-Meuse-Scheldt delta on the North Sea and its massive rail, road, air and inland waterway system that extends throughout Europe. 960 1280

  

Just in case you're a little confused, the Dutch is the dominant ethnic group of the Netherlands. They share a common culture and speak the Dutch language. 960 1280

  

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