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Old September 30th, 2012, 03:06 PM
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Thanks Cruise Planner!! you are very helpful around here...they need to put you on the payroll!!
I hear great things about Roatan and West End. I also hear Cave tubing and diving are the things to do in Belize. Been to Costa Maya once awhile back though.
I'll keep Shore Trips in mind too. Rental Car to the airport could work. was looking at the shuttle services. Are you a Travel Agent??
Glad I could help and yes, I'm a travel agent (Cruise Specialist), but I just like to provide information that might help people enjoy their cruise. And, after all, I think everyone on here is looking to do the same thing; they want people to have a wonderful vacation and if they can give some tips or advice that will add to the enjoyment, then it makes it all worthwhile. It's just that often times we can provide a different perspective than the average cruiser, especially since we get alot of feedback from our clients that is useful to pass along.

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