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TEGL

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    Colorado Springs
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    Exercise
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    RCCL

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  1. Our final payment is due next week for our sailing in September and Im so torn on if I want to roll the dice and risk it or cancel now. I know not much information is out yet on what the requirements will be which is what is making me nervous. Will the pools be open? The kids water park and slides be open? Will face masks be required? Will the kids club be open? Will we be able to get off at all the ports? We will be traveling with our 6-year old who has special needs and if mask are mandatory that will be a big problem for us. He will not wear a mask and if we wear one with him it is v
  2. We will be sailing to the Mexican Riviera mid-October. Looking for recommendations of what to do while there. We're an adventurous family and will be traveling with our 6yo who is busy and active so hoping to find for things to do that will keep him entertained. Im having a difficult time finding things that are not sight-seeing/informational tours. Any input of things for us to check out would be greatly appreciated. Maybe a beach with water sports/activities? a facility with waterslides? a catamaran that is kid friendly? We have done zip-lines in St. Thomas (we went tandem because h
  3. We are looking into doing the zipline tour with Tree Limin Extreme but its only 3 hours so I am throwing around the idea of hitting up a beach after and just and relaxing. Are there any beaches near this facility that are recommended? We will be traveling with our 6yo son who LOVES water sports so if there are any beaches that have these in the water that would be ideal. For those of you that have been to St. Thomas because and have other recommendations of things we could do after the zip lining I'd love to hear them. My little one isn't much into informational/sightseeing tours so tho
  4. We will be in St. Kitts mid-September. We will be traveling with our 6yo son so is very adventurous so we are looking for things to do to keep him entertained. I saw the zip-line but unfortunately he does not meet the minimum weight requirement so thats out. Are there any other excursions that are recommended? Maybe a beach with water sports? a facility with waterslides? a catamaran that is kid friendly? He does like to snorkel but for a limited time - he likes to go and then get back on the boat while mom/dad finish up. Any ideas for me to start looking into would be so helpful,
  5. TEGL

    De Palm Island

    This place seems like it gets hit and miss reviews. For those of you that have been there can you give me a little more insight? Is it worth it or should I keep looking for something else to do there? The entire plan in Aruba was to do the Flamingo Beach on Renaissance Private Island but I wasn't aware that it was just for guest of the hotel nor that it was an adult only thing, needless to say I'm beyond sad that we can go. We will be traveling with our 5 year old and Ive been seeing De Palm Island and thinking maybe that would be up our alley but its pricy and reviews are hit and miss.
  6. We will be heading to Curacao this September and are looking at the Irie Tours west package. We will be traveling with our 5 year old son (who is also on the autism spectrum and has severe ADHD) and he is busy, busy, busy and a total adrenaline junky - he isn't much of a beach lover because he gets board quickly but because this tour seems to jump from beach to beach I think it will be up our alley. It gives us the ability to see all the amazing beaches and not just sit at one beach all day and get board. My question is those that have done this tour, is it worth it? Irie seems to have ama
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