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  1. We are snorkeling wit them next week, here are the instructions we got today: Location of Tour Departure: Your tour departs near Terminal 4 inside the Tourism Village in Belize City (the dock area where the cruise ship tender boats drop off their passengers). As you disembark from your tender boat, turn left and walk along the boardwalk toward Terminal 4. Just past the Village Pharmacy storefront, you will see a sign for Coral Breeze Adventure Tours (our local operations partner) and will be met by your guide.
  2. Ours arrived in 3 days from Singapore to our house in snowy Central Missouri-Amazing!
  3. Sorry with a silly question, but the wife wants to know. Packing now for next weekend. Are they plenty of hangers in the cabins, or should we bring some?
  4. Thanks cheeseclan! That frees up enough room for my wife to take ANOTHER pair of shoes
  5. Ok, some say the do, some say they don't-that makes it tough!!!!! Guess we'll pack a couple.........
  6. We have already signed up for unlimited soda and more package. Is the tumbler you receive insulated? Does anyone know the size of it? Just trying to do some final packing for next weekend's Caribbean Princess cruise and did not know if we should bring additional insulated ones. Thanks and I appreciate all the tips I have gotten for our group from here!
  7. Several of us are flying down the day of the cruise, several are driving in the day before. Is there a place you can suggest for us all to meet at the pier, before we board? We are on Caribbean Princess in a couple of weeks
  8. I'm fascinated with the Mayan ruins. Have done Chichen Itza-do an overnight so you are the first ones on the grounds in the morning and wander/take pics with no one else there. We were lucky and caught a lightening storm one night from our room balcony and watched it flash over the runis-stunning! Climbed the temple several times, when you used to be able to. Coba-amazing, large site, can still climb the temple. Tulum-beautiful setting, ruins not special in comparison to the others. Ek Balam, Muyil stay overnight in Valladolid to be able to enjoy a full day between the two. Try to time the overnight for the mass wedding ceremony where people come from all the surrounding small towns to be married. My bucket list is to spend a month in Mexico going to the many smaller, off the beaten path sites which are still being restored. BUT, to answer your question, use your Costa Maya stop to go to Chacchoben http://www.chacchobenruins.com/ and do with it Native tours, they do a fantastic job! Do the others when you do a land based vacation.
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