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About Jborosara

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  1. no good snorkeling in or around SXM - 'best' is a relative thing but most likely around Creole rock in the Marigot Bay or around Tintamarre in Orient Bay
  2. we had a blast on this excursion several years ago - boat very comfortable and food very good
  3. my recommendation would be to do a discover SCUBA dive - kids are too young for that - but anyone age 14 and above would be able to dive with minimal instruction that day
  4. agree - we love surfside beach we spent most of our days there while there for a week long SCUBA trip - came back from diving to chairs, delicious food, good wine - MUCH more affordable than any of the places on Eagle beach - also more of a local hangout than Eagle or Palm
  5. We stayed in 6131 last fall - lovely cabin - we loved how close it was to the stairs and elevator - literally a flight or two to just about anywhere on the ship we wanted to go...
  6. aware of that - we spent 12 days on Ambergris Caye - just was saying to plan early - by the time we decided we wanted to do it, there were no flights available for the duration of our vacation - and no boat trips either - even with a flight back to the mainland... next trip to Belize I will definitely make a trip to Caye Caulker - but I will plan better
  7. OK - so how does it work when we have two unlimited packages? Different accounts?
  8. Can't speak for Moomba - never made it there But Reflexxions is AWESOME! great food - best mojito anywhere - fabulous staff! I miss it!
  9. can't tell you the best place - but can give some advice on where to stay away from just back from a week on Aruba and the one place I wouldn't return to is called CocoLoco - rude staff - outrageous prices - about 100 bucks for two worn out loungers - an umbrella - four cocktails and two bottles of water - the chairs and umbrellas alone were 40 bucks US - twice what they are at Reflexions - Save your money - take a taxi to Surfside beach and spend the day at Reflexions - it is actually walking distance from the pier
  10. Cannot speak about the excursion per se - BUT will say that we went to shark/ray alley and Hol Chan while there on a land vacation - both very cool but very crowded, even on a day with no ships in port - wanted to go to Caye Caulker but could not find flight or boat there... next time
  11. also might note that Reflexions is very inexpensive - prices in menu are in NAF - to convert you divide by two and add ten percent - so our 220 dollar afternoon (a bottle of wine - three mojitos - ceviche - snack platter - four bottles of water) ended up costing 110 bucks! with a view that cannot be beat!
  12. We are just back from a week in Aruba on a SCUBA diving trip - the diving wasn't that great - BUT we dove from a group on surfside beach called SE Aruba - (they were awesome too, just ftr) - just down the beach from them was the Reflexions bar - one day my husband got sea sick during the first dive and the shop was nice enough to drop him back at the shop while we went out for our second dive - he decided to 'wait it out' at Reflexions - paid 20 bucks for two chairs and umbrellas - I joined him when we returned about an hour later - some of the best ceviche I have ever had for lunch - nice wine - the best mojito ever - fabulous staff - very very friendly and very easy to get a cab later - we liked it so much we spent four of our six afternoons there
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