I think we might do a Dolphin ride thing in Cozumel. Sounds like a big ripoff and I have no interest in RIDING dolphins so I'll leave it to the lady and boy.
Cayman Turtle Farm - Skipping Disney and going on our own for 1/2 off. This place sells some of the turtles for meat which is disturbing. But I guess at least you can visit the turtles when otherwise you couldn't. They say it's to prevent poaching.
Maya Chan - They all serve you and it has a thing with a bed. I've always wanted the desert island experience since watching Gilligans Island and Magnum PI.
I'm worried Mlady will miss the plane, boat, or get stuck on the 4 stops. She's missed 2 planes and 1 train.
Last night we were up until 3am buying the airline tickets. What sucks about taking 4 people is the seats are only 3 wide. So one of us has to sit with 2 strangers. We're doing an overnight flight too but it avoids the hotel.
They want fucking $280 for round trip to the airport. 1 hour drive. $70 per person. What bullshit. So the cheaper option is $120 or so for car rental.
Explore the historic Caymans Turtle Farm. Home to over 11,000 green sea turtles that range in size from six ounces to six hundred pounds, this nature preserve is the only one of its kind in the world. View giant turtles in the massive breeding pond, and learn about the conservation efforts to preserve these magnificent creatures. And, you can hold young sea turtles for an exclusive photo opportunity!
Turtle Touch Tanks - Here you will find yearling turtles swimming and playing. Reach in to touch or pick one up for a photo of a lifetime!
Splash Gift Shop - The gift shop has something for everyone, so don't forget to get a souvenir before you leave.
Turtle Lagoon - Swim in the lagoon with Green Sea Turtles and enjoy this wonderful experience. There are also little islands where peacocks live.
Turtle Twister Waterslide - This slide at the Breaker's Lagoon is the only one on Cayman and features two loops and over 600 gallons of rushing water per minute.
Breaker’s Lagoon - This is the largest swimming pool on Cayman with two waterfalls and an underwater view of the predator tank.
Update: She changed the cruise to a 7 day western Caribbean. It's the same price with 3 more days. I already went to Bahamas. This time it goes to: Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands. Costa Maya, Mexico. Cozumel, Mexico.
OK I bought a Disney Cruise / 7 Day/ Western Caribbean for September
I've been saving for a few years now. Remember when we bought the fake cruise. We got the money back.
I got a 4 day Bahamas cruise at the end of next month. It's just the same one I did in 2005 again but with Disney instead of Royal Caribbean. I loved it so I'm glad to repeat it. I wanted 5 day but you have to wait until Oct next year and it's $2,000 more for 1 more day. You can go on 2 4 days instead. We fly to Orlando. My only challenge is getting MLady on the plane. She's missed 3 planes already and then getting her on the boat. After that just getting her to be fast and not waste time. All I want to do is not sit around waiting to leave the room, and to just enjoy the boat ride. I liked sitting in the jacuuzi or in deck chairs.
If you ditch the kids it's way cheaper! $1,000 for 2.
I was thinking about a 7 day Eastern Caribbean cruise but the itinerary just blows. They let you off on an island at 7:45 a.m. and back at 3:30 p.m.. What kinda shit is that. $8k for a cruise and hi, get off the island it's 3pm. Also it's $2k for a 4 day cruise, and then it jumps to $4.5k for a 5 day cruise. Then $7k for a 7 day. Seems like it's cheapest to just do 4 day cruises and take 2 of them.
I just went on the 5-day with my parents and the rest of the family for their 50th wedding anniversary. It was amazing! Castaway Cay is a good time, and some of the 5-day cruises will spend two days there. There are a ton of things to do on the boat as well, and you can drop the kids off at a variety of activities that ensure you and the lady get some quiet time as well. We thought the food was excellent as well, along with the service from all crew members on board. It was a great experience overall!
How much is this cruise costing you? How much is it to fly? I don`t know if its because I live in Orlando and get some sort of Awesome FL resident discount or its costing a fortune to fly out here. But I can get 7 days for $300.... I don`t know how much extra it`d be for kids though. Another thing is just like flying you can pack your bags head to the port and find all kinds of dirt cheap fares from them just trying to max out occupancy.
Im sure youll have fun but youre going ro be missing out on the better one: http://monstermilitia.net/cruise2013.htm ... not trying to plug it or anythinf as who from your site iasactually from the area of central fl and the cruise is actually over prices but the expeience from the people combined with the ahip and excursions is unbeatable!
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