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Old March 28th, 2001, 07:25 AM
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How do I find out where the internet cafes are in Jamaica, Cozumel and Grand Caymen?
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Old March 28th, 2001, 09:56 AM
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Hi,

I know that thre was one right at the pier in Cozumel when we were there in November. Once you get ashore just go to the tourist information center and they should be able to direct you.
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Hi Elise,
I've noticed at most ports they are usually close to the pier, not hard to find, they should advertise, enjoy the cruise.

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Since I found them all ;-) in all three locations here ya go.

Cozumel: (this is the trickiest one to find) It's just off the Main Town Square in Cozumel, on the Hotel side (farthest away from the International pier, it's in a little strip type mall on the second floor). I do recall seeing one right near the pier, but the closer you are to the ship the more expensive things tend to get.

Grand Cayman: As you leave the Tender dock turn left head along the shore. Cafe is on other side of the Road (2nd Floor again), about a half a mile from the Tendewr Dock.

Jamaica: (Easiest one to find) It's in a little building on the left side of the Cruise Ship compound. I think it was the most expensive of the three, but it was the closest to the ship as well.

Average cost is about $3. for 15 minutes. Victory's Internet Cafe was 75 cents a Minute in comparison.

Hope this helps :-)
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