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Robert Pell's Port Reviews of St. Martin, St. Kitts, Antigua, Barbados, St. Lucia, St. Vincent
Thomson Dream cruise in February 2012
When we got in it was a busy day as there ended up with 7 cruise ships in so you can imagine it was very busy.
We went shopping and to the beach, great stuff.
There was little hassle from tour guides or taxi operators at this port.
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We did our own thing and went shopping and to a lovely beach split between the Atlantic and Caribbean seas.
The locals were so friendly and fun.
Be prepared to get hassled on leaving the port with taxi and tour guides, just check the ships information prior to leaving, know what you want and where to go.
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Again we did our own thing, shopping and beach.
The whole experience was just awesome.
There will be hassle on leaving the port from tour guides, taxi drivers.
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We had 3 visits to Bridgetown through our holiday, each time we did something different.
Shopping is a must for the goods on offer. we did 2 beaches, Brighton beach and the boatyard, both were great but in different ways.
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We were so looking forward to st Lucia if only for the beaches.
We went to Marigot bay by water taxi with 2 other couples, it was a mixed day with weather but the beach and views were fantastic.
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We did our own thing in St Vincent.
We did the usual shopping and had a water taxi ride to a lovely beach, Villa beach. the weather was too hot, the sand burnt your feet and we had an impromptu tour by water taxi on our way back to the port. Altogether a really memorable day.
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This port and island was an eye opener.
We decided not to go off anywhere and just do a bit of shopping and have a day on board.
It is fare to say that we were surprised by what we thought of the standard of living. Everywhere you looked in our opinion it looked of poverty.
Certainly compared to other islands and ports this was a a lot different.
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We really enjoyed Grenada in every aspect. the locals were so friendly and helpful, we had a wonderful taxi driver who never stopped talking and telling nus about all sorts.
We went off to a lovely beach, had a relaxing day and the same taxi driver cam back for us, perfect.
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