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Beckie October 7th, 2000 01:58 PM

Shore excursions booked
 
We booked our excursions for our 11/25 Sea Princess sailing this week. Did it online with no problem. Will also be faxing, just in case. Also, our immigration and credit card forms ask for a social sec. #, but there is no spot online to put it so we need to fax those anyway.
Booked the following:
Ocho Rios: Dunn's River Falls and Prospect Plantation. We really only want the falls, but no ex. is offered to just the falls. Could have done the highlights, but that offers 1-2 hrs. at the duty free shop. Something we aren't interested in. Also though about the yacht to the falls, but it's twice the cost and only avail. in the afternoon. With the one we chose (9-1), we're back on board for lunch.
Cozumel: We did book the jeep adventure. See my note to Kuki under that heading.
Cayman: boy was this tough! We wanted to do everything. We chose highlights 8-10:30, inc. turtle farm, Hell, rum cake factory (with samples), gingerbread house and 7 mi. beach. Then 11:30-2:30, snorkeling w/the rays.

Wish I could go tomorrow! 49 days left!

Bumble Bee October 7th, 2000 05:14 PM

RE: Shore excursions booked
 
A social sec.# is not necessary. You should never give to to anyone except a government agency and your employer. Destroy anything you through out that has the # on it. It is all anyone needs to 'steal' your identity, ruin your credit rating and your life. You could even be arrested and jailed for crimes committed by someone impersonating you.

Beckie October 8th, 2000 12:31 AM

RE: Shore excursions booked
 
I'm aware of the issues with giving out SSNs, however the Princess immigration form (US?) requires it. Along w/a passport number, which is surprising since this is the western carib. and the letter that came with the forms says a passport is not necessary.


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