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Leake - Answered a Question by HILLARD (28 Sep 10 14:18)

It will be HOT, HOT, HOT. The climate in the caribbean is always around 28-30C, with plenty of sun. Hurricanes shouldn't be a problem at this time of year, although officially the season doesn't finish until the end of November. The Western Caribbean tends to be wetter than the Southern Caribbean so you may experience a few heavy but short thundery downpours, so pack accordingly. PS If you intend to do some more adventurous tourist sightseeing such as entering the rainforests etc remember to pack some insect repellant along with your suncream.

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HILLARD - replied to Leake (30 Sep 10 09:07)

Just as i'm thinking of putting the heating on here its hard to think that its hot anywhere else! Thanks for your'e comment and i will dig out the mac's just in case!!

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Cruise Fairy - Answered a Question by HILLARD (28 Sep 10 17:22)

Hot and Humid. Pack tropical casual for daytime and smart casual for evening.

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HILLARD - replied to Cruise Fairy (30 Sep 10 09:04)

Gr8, i will look forward to that,thanks!

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