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Sail Date: February 2017
A beautiful fishing village. I had lunch ashore. My meal was a delicious grilled red snapper, rice, and vegetables. Along with the meal I had 3 Dos Equis beers. My total bill came to $14.
A beautiful fishing village. I had lunch ashore. My meal was a delicious grilled red snapper, rice, and vegetables. Along with the meal I had 3 Dos Equis beers. My total bill came to $14. Read Less
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Sail Date: February 2015
Cancelled due to ship problems, a major disappointment as it was one of the tours we had been most looking forward to and had pre-booked months before.
Cancelled due to ship problems, a major disappointment as it was one of the tours we had been most looking forward to and had pre-booked months before. Read Less
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Sail Date: February 2015
Cancel led port. Cancelled port, canceled port, disappointing. I was really looking forward to this port visit. To bad, communication was poor, 150 words is a lot of negative, should I go on.
Cancel led port. Cancelled port, canceled port, disappointing. I was really looking forward to this port visit. To bad, communication was poor, 150 words is a lot of negative, should I go on. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2012
No selection for Antolya: Antolya (Pergumum) is a large Turkish bustling city well situated to take care of the tourist. The ship docked at the new port (but only just -- the berth was about 2 feet longer that the vessel) and we were ... Read More
No selection for Antolya: Antolya (Pergumum) is a large Turkish bustling city well situated to take care of the tourist. The ship docked at the new port (but only just -- the berth was about 2 feet longer that the vessel) and we were bussed to the old port. From there we took a harbour cruise and looked around the town. But after the umpteenth Turkish rug shop, coat shop or tout selling shirts we had had enough and made our way back to the ship. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2012
We love this port. We walked around the town and had a wonderful meal at a local cafe.
We love this port. We walked around the town and had a wonderful meal at a local cafe. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2011
Last time I was in Zihuatanejo was in 2005 on the same 10 day cruise. This place changed a lot and is hardly recognizable. This used to be a sleepy village with great stores, prices, few bars and lots of little beautiful scenery. Well the ... Read More
Last time I was in Zihuatanejo was in 2005 on the same 10 day cruise. This place changed a lot and is hardly recognizable. This used to be a sleepy village with great stores, prices, few bars and lots of little beautiful scenery. Well the stores are more expensive to the point where it's ridiculous and they stopped bargaining. Every few feet we were offered a beer for a dollar and all the natural scenery was hidden by a large fort like building with lots of military. I couldn't believe how many military men with machine guns where all over the place. We walked around ourselves into the center and all over the little streets. We used to walk it all in less than 2 hours but not this time. The city boomed and there was much to explore. The few people we met along the way were all nice and guided us towards quiet streets with few shops but lots to explore. unfortunately all of our ports carry the same things so there wasn't much to buy. We are magnet collectors so once we found one we liked we stopped for a beer and watched how animal control (I hope) caught a crocodile and took him away. I hope the poor croc didn't end up as dinner and boots... overall the day was very nice. a bit on the warmer side than the other ports. The beaches here are clean and full of seashells but the best part for me was watching the fishermen and the pelicans fish and eating mahi mahi tacos that were freshly caught and grilled. Read Less
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Sail Date: November 2010
This was a great stop. The shopping was fun without too much pushing but best of all was this great place with tables on the beach. We pulled up a couple of chairs with a calming view of the ocean and sat under big umbrellas nearly the ... Read More
This was a great stop. The shopping was fun without too much pushing but best of all was this great place with tables on the beach. We pulled up a couple of chairs with a calming view of the ocean and sat under big umbrellas nearly the whole day, chatting and eating local fare and of course enjoying a few of our favorite beverages. It was always a secret little dream of mine, to be able to sit on a pretty shoreline with good food and drink being brought to me by a pleasant personality. I got it all in spades. Read Less
Sail Date: November 2010
This small fishing town is very rustic mexican. Take a taxi to "Playa La Ropa" or a water taxi ride to "Playa las Gatas" for a fun filled day of beach and sun. They both offer food, drinks, and placed to sit under ... Read More
This small fishing town is very rustic mexican. Take a taxi to "Playa La Ropa" or a water taxi ride to "Playa las Gatas" for a fun filled day of beach and sun. They both offer food, drinks, and placed to sit under palapas (for a small fee), and the views of the ship from here are beautiful! Its a tender stop, but its not a long ride to the port. Read Less

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