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Old 08-18-2005, 08:55 PM
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My husband and I are going on our first cruise in November to celebrate our 20th anniversary. I am looking for things to do. Unfortunately I have a fear of water - so most of the activities out there are not for me. Any suggestions? We are going on an Eastern Caribbean cruise stoppping in Nassau; Bahamas, St. Thomas and Philipsburg,St. Maarten. Any advice would be appreciated.
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Old 08-19-2005, 02:51 PM
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Hi and welcome to cruise-chat!
First, let me suggest you check out our sistersite PortReviews.com . Here is the link to the Caribbean Poprt Reviews: http://www.caribbeanportreviews.com (just use the left hand navigational bar to redirect you to your specific ports).
But, since water activities are out - here are some suggestions:
Nassau - tour the "The Dig" (a very nice aquarium at Atlantis on Paradise Island), take a walking tour of Nassau or a horse-drawn carriage tour, visit Ardastra Gardens (a unique botanical garden).

St. Thomas - take the Paradise Point Tramway right across from the Havensight Mall, visit Coral World and shopping, shopping, shopping.

St. Maarten - take a trip by taxi to the French side of Marigot, visit the Butterfly Farm or spend some money in one of the casinos on the Dutch side.

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Old 08-20-2005, 07:01 AM
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Nancy - thank you for the information. I take it that there is always some form of transportation waiting at each port when you ship docks? I would have no idea as to how far it is to go shopping - or where to tell them to take me. Are most shoppping areas close to port - and is this information that I can also aquire once onboard the cruise. Thank you one again!
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Old 08-23-2005, 06:52 PM
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There are taxis and tours offered right at the dock. There is shopping there as well, but we usually take a taxi to the downtown area. The drivers have always given good suggestions for the best areas to find what we're looking for.
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