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When you arrive here it will be on a tender from the ship. The boat anchors off shore a ways and then they shuttle you back and forth on small diesel powered ferries also known as tenders.
They can push about 200 people per run on board so I imagine the lines will not be too long. I did not experience rush hour as we were on one of the first while many were still in bed.
This whole process was nothing new to me as in my Navy time we almost always had to use these to get ashore. But it was a first for Liz and I tried to make sure we sat on the lower level and in the middle until she got used to it.
Updated Jun 12, 2008
This is one of the more ridiculous things I see when people go on vacation. If your a child then it's fine to look silly with braids in your hair. To see a grown woman or older woman sporting a full head of braids with colored beads looks ludicrous. Maybe they've let too much tropical drink consumption influence their bad braid choices.
Written Jan 28, 2009
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: You will probably want a pair of water shoes here. The shoreline in the water can be quite rocky and getting back onto shore if not at the one end with many sandy beaches will require you to climb over sharp rocks.
Photo Equipment: Of course you should have your camera. A watertight case for it would be a good idea too.
Written Jul 21, 2008