James - Answered a Question by IRVIN (11 Nov 07 23:43)

You can go to the ocean village website and cick action ashoe and there are trips by destination and prices are on there too. Hope this helps.

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davidson - Answered a Question by IRVIN (13 Nov 07 21:35)

Ive had 3 OV cruises and always do our own trips with taxi's who meet and greet each ship its more fun and much cheaper and the running commentary is hilarious .

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shaw - Answered a Question by IRVIN (08 Dec 07 02:04)

Just back from there depending on what you want to do sight seeing or activity either join like minded passengers on quay side and get a taxi/bus or buy one of the expensive trips off action ashore team who might or might not know what they are selling Cartagena ok by taxi, driver may leave taxi to show you around town 4 of us at $10 each + a good tip if hes good colon we did ferry trip down canal £54 each had to do it just to say I have but not a nice trip port limon just walked around the town shopping a nice place this no heavy sales relaxed shopping phone card $20 34mins/ /internet $2 60 mins cards here good value in port buildings here is a girls name and email contact for trips here she was a very pleasent person to speak to even though we did not use any of here trips but she siad she would email trips & prices to anyone that asked. Evelyn Sinclair Email vialaura@sol.racsa.co.cr Ocho Rios (Jamaica) we did not get into thrusters could not cope with wind and would not anchour to use tenders Heath & safety (did anyone get into here ?) Montego Bay beaches very nice but everything cost you, taxi tours ok, night life scary & seedy .

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