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Old June 21st, 2004, 08:35 AM
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Default Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Navigator cabins

We did Western Caribbean -
Nassau (supposed to be Labadee but it was during the unrest) went to a beach but it was a very windy, kind of cool day
Ocho Rios - did Dunns River Falls - great time and Dolphin Cove - also great, would recommend the "swim" as oppossed to the "encounter/touch". While Jamaica itself was nothing great the excursions were.
Grand Cayman - definately our favorite - did Sting Ray City/Snorkle combo - best time we've ever had! If snorkleing anywhere bring your own mouth piece and mask if possible.
and Cozumel - went to a beach, Play de Sol (lots of fun) then shopping in town, as shopping is one of my favorite past times I enjoyed this very much. You can get unbelievable deals.
I booked all my excursions through RCI, some say do it on your own because it's cheaper but I find it convenient to book through them right on their web site.
We had 2 sea days, one on the 2nd day and one on the last. I didn't like the first one because I wanted to "get out there" as the RCI commercials say. But I LOVED the one on the last day, we got packed and just relaxed on the ship.
Navigator is a beautiful ship and we never felt crowded even though she was full. And were never disturbed by passers by even though we weren't far from the elevators.
Hope this helps!



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