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Old 08-26-2008, 04:57 PM
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I'm starting to think I'll put less emphasis on the purse shopping and more time enjoying the activities and sight seeing
That sounds like a better plan. You'll be glad you did it.
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Exactly Dave, for example I was looking forward to trying the zipline in Labadee, and definitely snorkeling (if not diving) in Xcaret or Xel-ha while at Cozumel (a life-long must-do)...but what's up with Gustav? It's not looking too great - just my kind of luck
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Old 08-26-2008, 05:24 PM
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but what's up with Gustav?
Which cruise are you taking?
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We leave this Sunday on the Royal Carribean's Freedom of the Seas - it's a 7 night Western Carribean cruise. Do you think there's a chance they'll change the itinerary due to the hurricane activity?
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Old 08-26-2008, 05:42 PM
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Do you think there's a chance they'll change the itinerary due to the hurricane activity?
It depends on the hurricane track and any damage it does along the way. I've had cruises that were changed from western to eastern itineraries because of hurricanes. Believe me, I didn't mind. It is not the cruise line's fault and they will never risk the passengers or the ships if at all possible. RCI posts storm updates on their website. All I can say is to check the RCI website frequently between now and then. Given the storm track, Gustav will be out of the way for your cruise and it will be up to whatever damage it did to your ports. I do know that RCI cancelled all visits to Labadee for the next couple of days.
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O.k., thanks a lot Dave!
 
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