Our tour guides (Yes-Tourism) had arranged for our group of 19 students and 3 faculty to have lunch at Jemma's, where we enjoyed an open-air second floor section reserved for us. Having just returned from a glass bottom boat and snorkeling and hiking excursion to Little Tobago, we were all hungry. We were served family-style with generous portions of local cuisine, including dasheen, callalou, doubles, chicken and fish, and more. Even our strictest vegetarians were satisfied. After lunch, we enjoyed a stroll on the beach and perused a few shops in the neighborhood and taking photos, all the while gazing across the bay to the islands where the Atlantic meets the Caribbean in reef of volcanic variety. Jemma's is a local icon that travelers to the northeast end of Tobago should not miss.
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