Ziplining

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#2
Adelaide, South Australia
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Joined Jun 2017
It might depend on which one is still standing after the hurricanes. Our cruise in January doesn't go to St Thomas, but we were planning on zip lining in Antigua. I know local businesses will need our support to rebuild, but I'm not sure I trust the strength of the infrastructure after this. I might find another business to support instead.
#3
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Joined Mar 2017
Originally posted by Soups64
It might depend on which one is still standing after the hurricanes. Our cruise in January doesn't go to St Thomas, but we were planning on zip lining in Antigua. I know local businesses will need our support to rebuild, but I'm not sure I trust the strength of the infrastructure after this. I might find another business to support instead.
I have that concern as well. We aren't sailing until March but I'm looking for a replacement excursion that my family would love as much as ziplining. So far no luck
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