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Old February 17th, 2008, 04:37 PM
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We will be in port until 4:00 and want to be back at the ship around 3:00. It seems all the tours split sightseeing, shopping and beach (ideal) but get you back to the ship at 4:00. We can't seem to find more than one doing all 3 in a condensed version getting you back at 3:00, we didn't want to just do the beach or just sight and shop, want all 3 can anyone "guide us" without overpaying. Godfrey said he can do it, but from feedback and not finding anyone else to do it we are skeptical.
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Old February 17th, 2008, 05:52 PM
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Somewhere I have the name of a really nice taxi driver we used to go to Red Hook with. He was very accomodating.
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If I was doing an excursion that was cutting that close to departure time, I'd do a ship one, they will wait for you. If you are on your own, you are on your own and risk missing the ship.

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Old February 21st, 2008, 10:22 AM
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Well it looks like we could be on the same cruise then, not sure what cruise youre on, we are on QM2 and we have booked Tour 1 with Godfrey which encompasses all 3 as you described, all reviews seem to be so positive and apparently he sticks to cruise times. One can only go by word of mouth and quite honestly I cant believe after all these years he has been taking tours from cruises that he would jeopardise his reputation.
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