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Old 01-23-2005, 05:13 PM
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On our last cruise we stopped in St Thomas as our last stop. we had to walk past a US customs officer who made a quick check of our passport. A crew member then gave us a diembarking slip so we could leave the ship. The funny thing was no one checked to see if we had the slip of paper. We could have skipped the line and still got off the ship. I wish the customs check in San Juan would have been that easy.
 
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