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A friend and I was here two days ago. We bought cool things here for others. Two different shop keepers I met at different shops are Norma and Delia. They both where friendly and prices where good for great items purchased.
You can catch the...More
we went here because it was on the itenery for our cruise. lots of shopping but it seems like every port has the same things for sale. we had to ferry into the port because of the shallow water and marine life.
You have it all from free swimming pool and lounge area to aviary to indian's performing a climb up a 50 ft pole and swinging down to the ground. This is a very clean place with lots of shops and store's not trying to drag...More
We arrive from a cruise ship and wanted to find the local Methodist Church where a friend of ours had worked for several year, which we did. This is hardly what I would call a tourist attraction, just a gated shopping area where only people...More
We wandered in and found only typical tourist shops, boating companies, and a few cafes. The restaurants turned us off with all the hustlers pushing us to sit at their place. We turned around and left.
Excellent tour today which we arranged ourselves with ‘Wayne outside terminal 2’
Cruising on Discovery 2. Wanted to do our own thing. Met a very nice gentleman who was qualified to do tours outside of terminal 2 of the tourist village. Information was given for...More
This place is geared towards the cruise ships. Everything is open when the ships are scheduled to come in and closed off they are not. That means, they are closed early everyday since the ship passengers have to go back to the ship.
It’s understandable to have a touristy atmosphere at a port. Cruisers expect that. However, if circumstances prevent them from exploring more of the country, cruisers should never feel trapped - and we were. There was no exit, without a tour. It was crowded, loud, fairly...More
Response from redreekie | Reviewed this property |
Very close - you are basically in the area when you arrive. Talk to the people around the ticket booth. Very helpful. Careful of all the people selling stuff. Most are good but keep your wits. You will be fine. Nice place.