Half Moon Cay was a small private island. Lots of people liked hanging out on the beach and playing games. It was a pretty island with a natural setting -- we ran around it and explored and used the time to stay in running shape. Each circle around the trail is approximately a 5K for planning purposes. Easy and simple. At lunch they have a very simple and tasty BBQ with lots of food and snacks.
St Thomas -- We went diving to Coki Beach using one of the ship excursions. It was a nice beach dive over the east reef. Simple and easy to get to and from the ship. Fair price, nothing fancy or too stressful.
San Juan Puerto Rico -- Another beautiful day and another HOT day. All these ports are VERY hot and very humid. We again chose to run around old San Juan and the park. It is very easy, safe and scenic. The total distance is approximately a 10K and many would enjoy the walk -- it is easy to stop and see things, get drinks or snacks...very friendly atmosphere.
Turks and Caicos -- we went diving again, but because the ship cancelled the diving trips, we got on the Internet once onboard and joined Blue Water Drivers for a 2 tank dive to "The Wall". One of the best places in the world. No question. It is amazing to get to places on the Island using a taxi -- it is generally $5 - $6 per person each way. A lot of people on the boat just spent the day in Margaritaville in the port...it was a spring break party to say the least. After a 2 tank dive, it was definitely nice to get a good margarita before getting back on the ship.