The Cartagena de Indias' Cruise Ship Terminal is beautifully landscaped and has paved walking
paths throughout. In addition to the Colombian Shopping Village, there's an assortment of animals similar
to a miniature (free) zoo. The Flamingo Garden and Parrot Emporium were our two favorites!
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Has the news of cruise lines selling cruises departing from some Caribbean ports increased your desire to
It's so hard to believe that it's been over 18 months since we've stepped foot on a cruise ship! The few
years prior to that, we did as many as 6 or 7 cruises in a year. It's also hard to imagine what will be
different about cruising going forward.
We almost always explore ports on our own or with private tour guides. It is looking like the only way to
see a port will be to join a ship sponsored shore excursion. In the past, these have been pricier, had
larger groups and were not customizable. (Will passengers even be able to explore the port area and see
things like this aviary at the Cartagena de Indias' Cruise Ship Terminal?)
So many questions . . . So many uncertainties!
What questions do you have about the future of cruising?