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Is everything likely to be open in the Caribbean islands during the Easter period please? The cruise which we're thinking of booking calls in to Antigua, St Maarten, St Lucia and Barbados between 21-24 April. Thank you in advance for any asistance
Submitted by - Philo, Sheerness - United Kingdom on 10th Mar 2011 / Subject - P&O Cruises caribbean Ports of Call
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Comment by Taffy, Wales (10 Mar 11 08:45) about a QUESTION by Philo (10 Mar 11 07:27)
Unless its a public holiday yes ,when a ships in port they open up, they rely on tourist to make living.
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Comment by Philo, Sheerness (10 Mar 11 13:42) about a COMMENT by Taffy (10 Mar 11 08:45)
I understand that these ARE public holidays, hence my query.
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Question by Chris, Romsey (10 Mar 11 15:48) about a COMMENT by Philo (10 Mar 11 13:42)
Yes, and the Caribbean is more religious than the UK. Just might be limitations esp shops Easter Sunday - St Lucia that day? - but I doubt you'll have a problem with taxis or with the decent selection of shops in the duty-free terminal. ............. there's no significant museums etc (? check out St Lucia's drive-in volcano, I think it's govt-run) ......... St Maarten is the only excellent shopping out of the four - and I'm guessing that's the saturday so I don't see a problem. ......... Chris
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