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Old September 4th, 2000, 12:39 PM
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Hi Ivan,
I really don't quite understand the timing of the stop in San Juan, you can't do any kind of tours, rain forest, forts, etc because its so late. Only think I can think of is stopping in a Casino if you're into the gambline scene?? As for St. Thomas besides shopping I have a list of excersions offered by Princess and would think Carnival has simular tours you can do. You can go up on the tram, which you can see from the pier in St. Thomas and view St. Thomas. Here is the list I have and you can see if Carnival offers some of the same ones:

Coral world & Island drive
St. John Island tour
St. John beach snorkel
Tt. Thomas mountain bike adventure
Atlantis submarine odyssey
Virgin Islands Helicopter Odyssey
Virgin Islands Seaplane exploration
Magens Bay beach Getaway
Kayaking the Marine Sanctuary
Golf at Mahogany Run
Snorkeling on the Wind thing
Champagne Catamaran sailaway to St. John
St. Thomas sailboat and snorkel adventure
St. Thomas Private Sailboat charter
Five-Star St. John Beach and Snorkel Adventure

The trip to Meagans bay, you can do on your own if you want to just grab a taxi, beautiful beach, no snorkeling, but what a sight. Our last trip to St. Thomas we did the snorkeling on the Wild thing, which they took us over to St. Johns, which was great as usual. They don't always go there, so you just don't know which snorkeling spot you'll end up on. As you can see there is a lot of things besides shopping in St. Thomas. If you've never been out that way, I think you'll enjoy it over the Western itinary, but which ever you choose, its still a cruise and you can't go wrong either way, so enjoy it and let me know which one you book?
Have Fun.

DOnna
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