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NCL Spirit 5-Day 1/30-2/4 Review...Any Questions??

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Just got back from the 5-day Spirit cruise and it was wonderful. Will post a review but first wanted to let everyone know that this was a great cruise and the ship is beautiful.

 

If you have any questions, I will be glad to answer them.

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We flew from Newark NJ and got to Miami at 10 AM. Embarkation for the 5-day Spirit starts at 4 PM so we knew we had lots of time to spare and lots of luggage to carry around. DH walked up to an NCL representative and asked if there was room on their shuttle to the pier and could we buy a transfer. She was very friendly and said, "Sure, we still have room." So for $24 ea. (this includes your post cruise transport back to the airport) they took our luggage and we boarded the bus. They have a great plan for folks who get in early. They don't want you at the pier that early because of the disembarkation and people waiting around, so they bring you over to Bayside, which is a shopping area by a marina and you can walk around the wonderful shops, eat at the many food places or sit and listen to latin music and watch people dance...or just watch the boats come in and out of the marina. I felt like we had a whole extra day of fun because of this.....Thanks NCL! If you can make arrangements for this it is well worth it. We saw people walking around with luggage there and they didn't look too comfortable. I think we were lucky that NCL's shuttle wasn't full.

 

The bus started shuttling people over to the pier at 3:30PM every half hour, so you could stay there longer if you wanted. Our luggage was already taken care of so we didn't have to worry about that. The bus dropped us off right at the front door of embarkation. We walked in (have your passport or photo ID ready) and went through the Latitudes line very quickly. You get your room key card there, sign the back and then there are chairs to sit for a few minutes. We sat for maybe 5 minutes and then were on line to go through the x-ray area. Then they take your picture which you can buy later (so brush your hair to look pretty while you are sitting in those nice comfy chairs). Then you go up an elevator, along a gangway and you are on the ship. Have your key card ready and they swipe it so they know you are on board. We went to our room and left our carry-on stuff there and then went to explore the ship. Lots of places to get food. Your luggage will arrive a short time later.

 

We bought a soda card for $23 (or around that) since we drink alot of soda. They give you a thermal coka-cola cup that you can use, or you don't have to if you don't want to carry it around. They place a sticker on your key card and then the waiters know and don't charge you for soda.

 

Then we explored the ship, and she is a beauty. The muster drill was at 5:30 PM. Grab your life jacket and go to the assigned place for the drill. (Life jackets are in your closet).

 

After the drill we had dinner at Windows...by the window! It was yummy. There was a sail away party & BBQ at 6 PM by the pool, but we didn't go to that.

 

At 9:30 PM there was a Welcome Aboard Showtim at the Moulin Rouge. Ricky Matthews is the Cruise Director and he was good. The Comedian Dave Heenan we have seen before and his first show was not that great. He repeats his jokes alot. The next two times we saw him he was better. The NCL Production Company did a short performance of what would be in store if you go to their shows on future nights. I likes them alot. Lots of singing and dancing...colorful costumes....my kind of thing. I would suggest going to all the shows in the evenings.

 

Lots of things go on all over the ship. You can be entertained in any of the bars with singers, a piano player, or guitarist. You can go to the casino, go to a movie at the Picture House, or hang out at the Galaxy of the Stars and watch the entertainment there. There is always something to do....or not do. I will write a little more later.

 

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Day Two at Sea:

We got up early and had breakfast at Raffles which is the buffet. Just for your info...

5:00-7:00 AM Early Risers at Blue Lagoon

7:00-11:30AM Breakfast Buffet at Raffles Cafe

7:30-9:30 AM Continuous Breakfaft at Windows Restaurant

7:00-11:00AM Morning Coffee & Danish at Maharajah's Casino

 

We ate at Raffles every morning. They have a buffet line with eggs, bacon, sausage, lox, herring, pancakes, oatmeal (or something like that). There are other stations around.....An omlet station, waffle station, fresh fruit, toast/english muffins, etc., They also have OJ, apple juice, cranberry juice, coffee and tea. I thought the food was good there. I am sure you could go to the restaurant and be waited on and the food is not buffet style there so maybe it is better, but we like the buffet. It is quicker.

 

Then we hit the pool. As stated on other threads, you have to get up early to get a seat by the pool. If you don't need to be by the pool there are plenty of other areas where you can sit in the sun. The back deck has a large area with lounge chairs. The waiters come around all day with fancy drinks you can purchase. Be advised....put on lots of sun lotion. Don't ruin your cruise with a sun burn. One of the bands plays by the pool in the afternoon. There are also pool games and everyone who participates wins a prize.

 

There are lots of places to eat lunch in addition to the inside restaurants (Windows, Raffles & Henry's Pub). Outside, the Bier Garten is on the upper pool deck. They have hamburgers, hot dogs and brauts for lunch. But here is a hint. On the pool deck level in the back (excuse me...Aft!) is Raffles Terrace. They have an Afternoon BBQ with chicken, sausage, ribs, hot dogs & hamburgers. (On Thurs. they had steaks and pork chops and a yummy seafood rice dish).

 

Tuesday evening is Captains Gala Dinner. The attire is Optional Formal. Some people got dressed up but not many. This was the lobster night. We ate at Windows again. If you want to eat at a table for 2, get there at 5:30 PM when it opens and there is no problem getting a table by the side window. Just to show you how funny people are though, there was a lady on line who was fussing and said, "I have been waiting here for over 15 minutes!" Well, of course she was waiting 15 minutes....the restaurant hadn't even opened yet! LOL But some folks do like to complain!

 

Tuesday night was "Night On the Town" at 7:30 & 9:30 PM by the NCL Production Company. Lots of singing, dancing and fancy costumes. As I said before, I like that stuff.....not so much my DH....but that is his problem! He proved that he can take a nap anywhere! LOL

 

There was a "70's Fever" disco party in Galaxy of the Stars at 10:30 PM. "Gloria Gaynor, John Travolta, and the Village People" were there. Join in if you want to have some fun and laughs.

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Tuesday ~ Grand Cayman

 

At Grand Cayman you will tender. We had a calm sea day so we got to leave the ship. I had heard that sometimes the wind is very bad there and this is not possible. There were 5 ships anchored, so tender traffic was brisk! Georgetown has many shops to brouse through. We signed up for the Reef & Stingray City w/Lunch shore excursion through NCL. Once again, they took good care of us. We were escorted to a bus which took us on a short drive to the boat we were to take. As you drive around, it is evident that Hurricane Ivan did massive damage here. The trees and foliage, which I was told was so beautiful before, are all brown and broken. Lots of damage to homes and businesses, too. The people are strong, though, and are working their way back. I think it will take a long time though.

 

The boat took us out quite a ways to a reef where we anchored. We snorkled there and saw some wonderful fish. The guide (Don) was great. He had food to feed the fish with and they came all around him. There was also a girl with a video camera who took pictures of the fish and all of us snorkling. After a while we pulled anchor and went a short distance to a sand bar and anchored there. This was the most memorable experience of the cruise for me. We got into the water and fed the sting rays. There is a bucklet filled with squid which you can take and feed them by hand yourself. They come right up to you and they are so soft and gentle. This is a MUST. Don helped everyone to hold a stingray named "Michelle" who was extremely gentle and would stay still for you to hold her. We all got pictures of us holding Michelle. It was so wonderful spending time with these silky-soft creatures. After a while we got back into the boat and headed back to shore. We were then brought to a beach where we were served lunch and spent some time swimming. You could rent snorkle gear here, kayaks, wave runners, go on a banana boat ride (long banana tube you sit on and be pulled by a boat), para-sail, etc. Lots to do. The bus picked us up and brought us back to the pier area. We had time to do a little shopping there. Then we came back to the ship by tender.

 

Tuesdays Theme: Caribbean Night

Tuesday evening we went to "Magical Showtime" (at 7:30 & 9:30 PM shows) Scott Alexander is the magician. He does a comedy-magical show which was fun and we enjoyed it. At 10:30 PM there was a Caribbean Deck Party at Raffles Terrace at the Aft of the ship. This was lots of fun. Join in for the dances that they teach you and you will have a great time. They also do a conga line which goes all around the aft area. The bar staff puts on a little show with some of their bar tricks. They are amazing. There is also a "Mr. Norweigian Spirit" contest. Bring your cameras and don't be afraid to join in!

 

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Wednesday ~ Roatan

We booked for the Catamaran & Beach through NCL for our Roatan excursion. When you first get off the ship there are dancers in costumes dancing and playing drums. Take a moment here to have your picture taken with them. One of them will take your picture for you so you can have your family in the shot all together. They are very friendly and I am sure that this is the way that they can make a few bucks. Don't forget to give them a tip. After all, we are cruising and spending lots of money, what is a few bucks in the sceme of things. After you pass through the security gate there are many people selling tours and hair braiding and such. We boarded our bus at this point, but if you keep walking, there are many little shops with local wares. I heard some people say that they enjoyed shopping there. Anyway, we got on our bus. These are small buses, by the way, so don't expect a Greyhound! LOL

We were taken on a ride through Roatan to West End. (I think that was the name of the beach). We got onto a catamaran which took us for about an hour and a half ride up and down the coast. It was very relaxing and they served soda and drinks. The captain was from Austria and sailed the catamaran across the Atlantic about 10 years ago and has lived in Roatan doing this ever since. After that we went to a little restaurant where we left our backpacks and were taken in another small boat out to a reef where we got to snorkle. That was an amazing area. There was so much coral and many fish. It reminded me of a canyon of coral with walls going down from the waters surface to the floor of the sea. I had never seen anything like it. After they finally got all of us back into the boat (we were all really into snorkling), we were brought back to the restaurant for lunch. It was quite a nice place that was screened in with round tables and a bar. There was a porch out front and out back. The beach out front was so lovely, you could spend a long time just sitting there. There were also a few children selling necklaces and bracelets. My DH bought a shell from them that the end was cut off of and you could blow into it. He is quite proud that he has perfected the ships horn sound from it. LOL I bought a few bracelets. The kids are so cute I took a picture of them and gave them a few extra $$. They start school in about 2 weeks and go through the summer months and are off in the winter. We had a good time talking with them. There are some shops all along the dirt road there with local wares. Please remember again that this is the way that these people make their living. Help them by buying something. The road there as I said was dirt and had big holes in it which made it a bumpy ride in the bus, but we had a few laughs about that..."and we complain about pot holes back home!" Roatan is a beautiful island and they said the crime rate is very low. (Honduras itself is not as safe I was told).

 

Talking with other folks who had gone on the zip line (I forgot what they called it) and Tabyana beach tour and they had a ball. They said it was scarey because you are strapped to a cable and your feet dangle as you zip through the trees, but it was fun. There is also a place called Stone Castle Cameos where you can see cameos being made. To buy them starts at $50 and they come with a certificate of authenticity. Someone else just hired a guy to take them around the island and they got to see everything.

 

Back on the ship . . .

"On the Radio" was the NCL Production Company show at 7:30 & 9:30 PM. Following that there was a performance featuring the Staff and Crew of the Spirit. Don't miss this. It is a way to applaud and say thank you to the crew.

 

Chocolate Buffet is at 11:00 PM in Raffles Cafe....Bring your camera. Too much chocolate that late at night for me, (not complaining) but I did enjoy the fruit drizzled with chocolate.

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Thursday ~ At Sea

 

Oh my...this is the last day of our cruise! How time flies.

We spent the day mostly at the pool. Again, there was lots to eat everywhere, at all times of the day. Thursday was sunny, but breezy and I didn't realize how hot the sun was. I put lotion on, but not enough apparently, and got a little burned. Even if you have a base tan, that sun is strong, so slather on the lotion.

 

Having had another wonderful cruise...that afternoon we booked our next cruise with Duncan, the Port & Cruise Office on Deck 8. If you want to do this, sign up early for an appointment. He was all booked up with appointments on the last day and had to turn people away. You leave a deposit, but can cancel up to three months before your cruise and get your $ back if you change your mind. You also get an on board credit when you book during a cruise. (I am already packing for next Jan. LOL)

 

A hint . . . Start packing early today so you don't have to do it late at night when you want to enjoy the last of your cruise. Suitcases need to be in the hallway before you go to sleep.

 

At 4PM there was a Crew Show and many of the crew sang and danced. I loved seeing some of the dances from other cultures. It was very entertaining. I forgot to mention in an earlier post that the Captain had said that the ship holds crew and staff from so many different countries and they all get along. It is a shame that the world can't follow in this way. (Amen!!!)

 

The shows (7:30 & 9:30PM) were the Comedian Dave Heenan again and the Magician Scott Alexander. We also went to the "Not So Newlywed Game" show at 8:45 PM. At 11:00 in Galaxy they had "Ship N' Males Dancers" adults only. Some of the guys on staff did some chippendales moves and ladies could "stash cash in the trunks of our hunks!" It was a Girl's Night Out Party but there were alot of hubby's there, too....keeping an eye on their ladies I think! LOL

 

Friday ~ The party's over!

We woke up early and had breakfast in Raffles. We said goodbye and thanks to our cabin stewards (gave them a little extra thanks $$ for all their hard work . . . was so happy not to make beds & clean for a week!!!). You can stay in your cabin until your tag color is called or find another spot to hang out. We figured that it would help Benjamin get a jump on cleaning if we were out of the way so we headed up to Galaxy of the Stars and watched the port goings on until our tag color was called.

 

Disembarkation went very smoothly. Here's a hint...go to the front of the ship to go down the elevator. Everyone goes down the center elevator or stairs and it gets so backed up. Have your key card in hand and you get swiped for the last time so they know you are off the ship. Then down the gangway and just before you go into the building you have to have your passport open and show it twice. Then you go to the big warehouse room where your luggage is sorted by tag color and when you find it you proceed to customs checkout where you hand over your customs declaration sheet and then you are out of there. The shuttle/bus was waiting for us right there and took us to the airport.

 

I thank NCL for taking such good care of us all week. They met every possible expectation we could have had. Everyone was friendly and polite. We are looking forward to our next cruise with NCL.

 

PA Cruisers2 :cool:

 

Dawn ~ Jan.2003 :D

Dawn ~ Jan.2004 :D

Spirit ~ Jan.2005 :D

Dawn ~ Jan.2006 :D

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This was our third cruise...all three with NCL. Our first was the Dawn out of Miami to the Eastern Caribbean (7 days). Our 2nd was the Dawn out of NY to Southern Caribbean (11 days) and this one, Spirit out of Miami to Western Caribbean (5 days). Our next is the Dawn out of NY to Western Caribbean (11 days).

 

I think I brought some of that warm weather back with us. When we left it was in the single digits in PA. Now it is 47 degrees. Everyone is glad we are home and brought them such a nice souvenier (spelling???)

 

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Great review..I'm sailing on 5 day in april, Have seen alot of reviews and still confused..are there coffee makers in all of the rooms?Thanks again for the great info!

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Enjoyed reading the review esp since I am booked on the 2/27 trip. Some questions:

1. Do you know the earliest time that people were allowed on the ship?

2. Your description of the stingray tour in Gr Cayman makes me want to do that, but I also wanted to shop (looking for a new watch). Was there enough time after the tour to shop in town? Was there any high end watch stores in Roatan?

Thanks.

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There are coffee makers in the rooms. They had Folgers and Folgers Decaf. :rolleyes:

 

If you are on the 5-day, you can get on at 4:00 PM. I don't know if they let you on before that since the 9-day cruise gets in at Noon and they need time to get those people off and clean the ship. You can try being there before 4:00 but you may have to wait. :(

 

After our snorkel/stingray tour, we were dropped off at the beach spot for lunch. We were picked up again at 2:00 PM and were brought back to the parking lot near the pier area. It was probably a 10 minute drive (very funny driver who sang the whole way....silly songs like "The wheels on the bus" and he honked the horn when he sang "the horn on the bus goes beep, beep, beep"). The ship leaves Grand Caymen at 4:00 PM and you have to tender back, so you need to leave GC by 3:30 PM....so you have a little time. There are jewelry stores there but I couldn't tell you anything about them. We only got shell Christmas ornaments in a shop that is across from the pier. There was no place that I saw in Roatan to buy jewelry, but that doesn't mean that there isn't any. Maybe someone else can answer that for you. What you could do is hire someone at the pier for a Stingray City tour....there are lots of people there holding signs. Their prices are $35 (alot cheeper than NCL excursion) but I don't know anything about them. They are probably smaller boats. The one we were on was big. Oh, and did I mention, you can buy the video of you with the stringrays from the girl who was shooting film all day. It was $30 but it is a nice memory of the experience. She takes credit cards. Anyway, if you go with one of those guys it is probably a shorter tour and you would have time to shop. Oh, another thing....we did our snorkeling & stingray in the AM. Another group went in the early afternoon and the water was rough. They got knocked around alot. I don't know if the water is always calmer in the AM or it was just that way on the day we were there. Another question you could ask others who have done this before. When we go back to Grand Caymen I want to do the stingray thing again. It was wonderful.:D

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Some hints for Spirit cruisers...

(We were in a balcony cabin.)

 

There was lots of closet space but bring some extra plastic hangers. There were only 9 in our closet.

 

Bring an alarm clock. You don't want to miss waking up on time for your excursion!

(There is a safe in the room.)

 

There is only one outlet. Bring one of those power strips if you need to plug in more than one thing at a time.

 

Bring a shower scrunchy. There are wash cloths and soap of course, but the soap lathers much better with a scrunchy. There is shampoo with conditioner....but bring conditioner with you. I found that the water or shampoo dried out my hair.

 

If you need sundry items (like toothpaste, etc.) go to the liquor shop on deck 8. I didn't discover this until the cruise was almost over. They have candy bars and toiletries in there....I thought it was just liquor!!! There is also a jewelry store and another store for sweatshirts, and cruiseline souveniers. Post cards are also sold on board.

 

The beds are a bit hard. Ask the cabin steward for a egg crate matress when you first get to your room. That helps alot. There are extra pillows in the closet.

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:) Thanks for the review PA Cruisers2. We will be doing the 5 day in mid March. You never mentioned the casino....does that mean you don't gamble? Just wondering about the size, games available and how generous it is? :D Oink! :)

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We don't really gamble. To show you how good I am at it, on our Dawn cruise last year we went into the casino and I played the video black jack. I was winning and losing and winning and losing until I ran out of points and lost. Then I was told that I could have stopped when I was winning and actually won some money. I thought it was like playing Pac Man...you play until you run out of points....LOL

 

Now to your question. The casino is VERY large. There are lots of slot machines and tables where they were playing black jack. There is roulet, craps and a special room for Texas Hold'em. (I think that was called the Admiral's Club but I'm not sure.)

Can't really tell you more than that. They do have food in their from time to time.

On sea days it is open 9:00 AM till closing. On port days it is open a half hour after leaving port until closing. (I'm not sure what time closing is.) If you would like I can type out what the specials are they have listed in the dailies. I don't understand it, but there is something about "Triple Play Chip Romotion" and "3/4/5 x ODDS on dice".

 

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Thanks so much for sharing your cruise. I will be on 5 day Spirit late March and my first NCL cruise. I am looking forward to it even more now.

 

Oink.....hi from another Summiteer. Have a great cruise! :)

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:) Hey Shifra, good to hear from you. I saw your name and wondered if it was one of my fellow Summiteers! Believe it or not, I am actually going on this 5 day cruise through work! A coworker and I will spend the sea days visiting and merchandising the onboard stores, and then we'll do an official store visit in Cayman since we have a store there as well. You know my company does the merchandising for 3 NCL ships now, and we are about to get 5 more ships before August. The Dr and I will be on a 10 day Southern April 9th-19th on the Dawn Princess. A few of the Summiteers will be joining us. Wish you guys were too. Have fun on the Spirit! Later....Oink! :)

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My husband and I are taking the Spirit next month and had recently read that we should consider getting an anti-malaria drug from our doctor before we go to Roatan. Was anything mentioned about that on the cruise (like whether it was necessary or not)?

 

Thanks for the great review!

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I didn't hear anything like that on board or otherwise. I suppose you could contact your doctor and see what he says. Actually I didn't notice any bugs/mosquito's at all while on Roatan. Some people said there were sand fleas on some of the beaches, but where we were there were none. I did bring Avon's bug repelent with sun screen though just to be on the safe side....but I didn't even use it.

 

The only bug I have been bitten by is the cruise bug!!! LOL :D

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Hi PaCruisers-

 

we just got back as well from this cruise. It was a great cruise with so much to do. One thing we did in Roatan was go to the Orphanage. Brad, (see thread on raotan port talk) was wonderful. For $10 per person, we visited the orphanage, dropped off clothes and toiletries for the kids, and then the guides took us wherever we wanted to go. We decided on the Beach and snorkeling in half moon bay. It was beautiful. We had lunch with the locals there and the food (all fried) was incredible. The guide was there to watch over us the entire time and returned us safely back to the ship. Oh, and on the way, he took us shopping right alongside the pier. You wouldn't believe the way you are treated when you have a local helping you. He carried our bags back to the van each time so we could keep shopping. Noone hassled us or begged for money with him there!!! Thanks Cancer, you were great!

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Great Review PA .. I cannot believe that we didn't meet, or possibly we did on board who knows. I most certainly would take another cruise on Spirit again, you are so right, everyone we met or had dealings with was simply great. This was our first cruise and I'm already planning the next too. I just wanted to add that we did the Pirate Encounter on Grand Cayman, swam and laughed for almost 3 hours and had plenty of time to shop after that. In Roatan we decided on the Fantasy Island excursion, it was a day of total relaxation, lounging on the beach, swimming, snorkeling (you put down $40 deposit for the gear, use it as long as you like, return it and recieve $30 back), kayaks are free to use there. Waiters bringing you exotic drinks. Do not miss the "monkey la la" .. after our first one the resorts pet monkeys literally came down from the trees to entertain us (actually I believe it had more to do with the lunches people were sharing with them more than the drinks) The Roatan rabbits (which look more like squirrels with no tails but with rabbit hind legs ??) roamed the beach but didn't get too close. Both these excursions were booked thru NCL and our guide in Roatan, Michael Price, was affliated with the orphanage and took our supplies with him when we went back on board since we spent so much time at the Island. Another thing we found was so helpful was the over the door shoe organizer, it just left you so much space in the lavatory. We didn't go to the Capt.'s Dinner but a hint .. they had lobster on the buffet that night in Raffles and it was wonderful ! ALSO, do not pass up on the chocolate souffle with Bailey's Irish Cream Sauce in Windows when they offer it. The casino was huge and fun, especially when I found out I had just as much fun playing the penny slot machines, it made losing just a tad easier. (the first two nights on the 50 cent ones I thought I was going to finance NCL's next ship). I wish I was packing to go back right now *sigh* PS We truely loved the balcony rooms, the waves hitting the ship at night was total relaxation. (will I ever hush) The shops onboard are wonderful .. I bought 4 watches there for $10 apiece when they had as my husband termed it .. NCL Yardsale the last day at sea. Henry's Pub Fish and Chips are a must also, served only on sea days from 11 till 2 pm .. the trivia contest there in the evenings are fun also. Oh yeah, we also brought back liquor from Grand Cayman, Totigua (located right by the pier) You wouldn't believe the prices ! We walked off ship on Friday, claimed them on our Declaration sheet, the customs officer asked how many we were bringing in .. we had 4 liters, and that was that, no problem. OK I'll quit now !

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Thank you for your review. There are several of us looking for the Freestyle Dailies. Do you have them and if so can you post them for us? Thanks.

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I have all the dailies but I have no idea how to get the information to you. It took me forever just to learn how to post onto a thread and I still have trouble starting a new thread. If you give me some direction, I will give it a try....but I can type out any info you would like from the daily.

 

Sorry I can't be of more help.

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I have all the dailies but I have no idea how to get the information to you. It took me forever just to learn how to post onto a thread and I still have trouble starting a new thread. If you give me some direction, I will give it a try....but I can type out any info you would like from the daily.

 

Sorry I can't be of more help.

PA Cruisers2

 

Thanks for your help, but you would need a scanner to accomplish this. Could you just give me the main highlights for Monday as we are trying to plan a CC Get Together and I don't want it to conflict with anything too major. Thanks again.

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