I guess that would have to be the alcohol for the different countries. Rums from all over, Guavaberry from St Martin, Tequila from Mexico. Plus the Vanilla from Mexico.
Caribbean Trip Reports
Star Princess 2005, Sun Princess 2005
Caribbean Princess 2006, MSC Lirica 2006 , NCL Pearl 2007, Majesty of the Seas 2008, Carnival Destiny 2008, MSC Lirica 2009, Carnival Valor 2009,Carnival Legend 2010, Carnival Liberty 2010,Carnival Fantsay 2011,Carnival Valor Feb 2012, MSC Poesia Dec 2012, MSC Poesia April 2013, Carnival Legend Nov 2013, MSC DIVINA Jan 2014, MSC Divina Oct 2014
I also buy liquor, coffee as well as cigars from various Caribean ports . I don't drink much (anymore), I never drink coffee and I only ever smoked one cigar from Honduras; I got sick. I enjoy sharing the stories etc. of my cruise as my friends enjoy the items I brought back.
Musical instruments such as steel drums from Grenada.
My favorite thing I ever brought back was hand tooled comedy-tragedy mask made out of Shark skin, from the small market in Progresso Mexico
In Costa Maya in the shopping area plaza, there is a man who paints tiles. They are quite pretty and inexpensive. While I was looking at them trying to decide which one to buy, he painted a fresh one just for me and put "Costa Maya, Mexico" at the bottom. He put it in a plastic foam box so it would not smudge. It was a standard tile -- maybe 4" square?
It cost me $5.
I also bought a larger one for about $15.
They are both tropical-type scenes.
I thought the Mexican silver was expensive, though a bought a few pieces.
Perfume from Bermuda also Royal Lime for DH
Rosewood bowl from Belize made by Colin at the port
Batik Shorts from St Lucia
Batik cover-up from St Kitts
straw basket from Freeport Bahamas
Rum from Bermuda