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Falmouth, Jamaica & Grand Cayman

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Just back from a fabulous time on the new Navigator of the Seas. Just wanted to mention a few things regarding our port stops.
Falmouth: had tourist police to help out with questions and directions and that was a big help. Unfortunately, there is nothing to do in town. You MUST and we HIGHLY RECOMMEND without question a water excursion, go to MB or OR but do not under any circumstances spend the day in port in Falmouth. If you must then give it about 1 hr to see the "sights".

Grand Cayman: GeorgeTown is beautiful. We went to the bus station next to the library, spend $2.50 each to get to the northern end of Seven Mile Beach. Walked with beach, the sand was pure, clean and smooth under our feet, the water warm and clear and access signs on the street side clearly marked with beach access signs. Plenty of opportunity to rent PWC, boats, and other water toys as you walk along the beach.

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