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scales - Answered a Question by skingsley (23 Jan 08 21:51)

You don't list your ports of call, but your letter says Caribbean & all ports make it easy for you to walk off & 'do your own thing'. When you walk off, ignore the hustle & bustle of the taximen, listen to the other ship's groups, what are they thinking of doing, be non-commital at first, ask if you can pasll up with anyone, make up a shuttle-bus complement. Barbados; Tour to include St. John's church at Bathsheba. St Lucia; Sulpher springs. Antigua; Shirley heights, neslon's Dockyard, English Harbour. Beaches...... Darkwood at Antigua, Megans Bay/Trunk Bay at St. Thomas/St. Johns, Palm Beach at Aruba.

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skingsley - Answered a Question by skingsley (24 Jan 08 19:12)

Many thanks ken Skingsle.

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By Lee Johnson

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By Gemma Coles

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