Dinner in the Sky gives new meaning to the phrase al fresco. After a red carpet, champagne sendoff, adventurous gourmands
soar high above the strip for an unforgettable, "only-in-Vegas" extreme dining experience.
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Host: So we’re here at Rick’s café in Negril and as you can see it is the happening spot. Locals tell me it is the place to watch a Jamaican sunset. One look at this place is absolutely insane, what is the big attraction here?
Male: Well, you know first we have live reggae music, then we have a cliff divers, we have a swimming pool, so this is a very nice place.
Host: Speaking of which, we have you, so what is it exactly that you do?
Male: First I’m a lifeguard and I’m an entertainer. I dive, flips, twist off the cliffs.
Host: And how high are you diving from?
Male: Over there is about 35 feet.
Host: And what kind of dives do you do, do you have anything special up your bathing trunks?
Male: I like to do a reverse flip from the tree up there which is about 75 feet, it’s a whole different level.
Host: And you’re not scared at all? Not scared of height?