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Old 01-28-2013, 09:26 PM   #1
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Stressing out about what to do for excursions!!!

We are doing the western Carribean cruise in June. The only excursion we know we really want to do is Mr. sanchos in Cozumel. We are trying to decide between the turtle farm and just walking around Grand Cayman. It'll be me, dh, 9 year old ds, 5year old dd, my mom and stepdad. We don't want to do anything involving a smaller boat on the ocean. In Costa Maya we don't have anything planned, just getting off the ship for a bit maybe. Any help or ideas???

Cast of our trip: Me DH our 10 year old boy our 6 year old girl
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Old 01-28-2013, 09:38 PM   #2
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You don't have to take an excursion in every port. Just enjoy the town, sleep in and let your kids enjoy the minimal lines for everything. My family dose that a lot. The only issue is the clubs are ghost towns.
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