The process to get off the boat was a little disorganized, but still worth it.
Lots of shopping right at the port - the duty free shops here were much more expensive for watches, but the prices seemed reasonable for jewellry (rubies, sapphires, tanzanites, etc)...the quality of the diamonds was so so.
We stopped by a wine store and picked up fruit wines in key west - these were amazing (can't wait to serve them in the summer). If you love key limes, then Key West is for you! There is key lime pie, candy, ice cream, wine, you name it! And it was all delicious!.
I really enjoyed Key West, it had a tropical feel, but everything was still in english - lots of shops selling $5 tshirts and souvenirs also...
For those craving internet service, there is a starbucks with wifi in Key West so bring your laptop netbook (probably cheaper than using the internet on the ship).
The Dunn's River Falls is really a site to see, we climbed up from the bottom, and it took longer than I thought. They have lockers, so you can rent them to leave your stuff. If I had more time... I would have walked the length of the falls, and the bit of beach to catch some kodak moments before climbing up the falls - but I know for next time...
The enchanted gardens were also nice - I think there were 7 falls there, and lots of lush greenery. They also have an Aviary there (which was fun - if you like birds).
There was a short stop for shopping on this tour. We opted to order some local jerk chicken and jerk pork, before doing a quick peak into some jewellry stores. Jamaica would be my pick for shopping for designer watches, seemed better priced than the duty free shops at the other ports.
If there was time, there's a lot more shopping close to the port - so that's something to consider.