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WorkingOnTheSecond 100's Port Reviews of Cozumel, Belize City, Roatan, Grand Cayman
Carnival Liberty cruise in October 2012
Member Name: WorkingOnTheSecond 100
Cruise Date: October 2012
Embarkation: Miami
Destination: Western Caribbean
Member Review: WorkingOnTheSecond 100's Carnival Liberty Review
Cozumel
Port Rating: 1.0 out of 5+
Carnival berths at Carnival's own "Fake Town, Mexico", called Puerta Maya. It's a not-inexpensive cab ride to get into the "real" Cozumel. Why is Fake Town not real? It's merely a village of the same shops as on the ship, with more choices and variety. The proof is no sale of Cuban products, including rum and cigars. If you were really in Mexico, every store would be selling them . . .

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Belize City
Port Rating: 2.0 out of 5+
Belize City was a real port of call, but hot, steamy, and no real interest within the seedy downtown.
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Roatan
Port Rating: 2.0 out of 5+
Carnival berths at Mahogany Bay, or "Fake Town, Honduras" -- owned by Carnival. Same shops and limited shopping as Cozumel. No Cuban products for sale. It would have cost $10-20 to get from Fake Town to any real town on the island (French Harbor or the West End).

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Grand Cayman
Port Rating: 4.0 out of 5+
Grand Cayman was real, and a delight. We had lunch downtown, and it was our best meal of the cruise.

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