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Old 05-25-2012, 12:42 PM
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So we finally bit the bullet and put down a deposit for a Disney cruise next year. While looking into the excursions I thought "holy cow". Some of the most expensive excursions I have ever seen. Since this cruise is a post Jamaica trip, I want to make sure to do something off the beaten path here, so snorkeling isn't necessary. Any ideas would be helpful or if you absolutely loved an excursion, please share with me. Thanks!
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