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#88081 06/14/04 03:38 PM
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hi friends
my wife and i will be there the end of june and first week of july. i had seen a packing list on this borad but can't find it now.
what should first timers pack. thanks

#88082 06/14/04 03:46 PM
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Sunscreen, bug spray, a real good credit card, and cash. A healthy appetite, a good sense of humor, a decent bathing suit, cash, 2 reasonably clean t-shirts. Undergarmets are optional since they tend to overwhelm the local laundry facilities. Oh yeah, cash.

#88083 06/14/04 04:16 PM
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don't forget your sense of adventure. cool

#88084 06/14/04 04:28 PM
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Ziplock bags!!!!!!

#88085 06/14/04 04:54 PM
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bloody mary mix

#88086 06/14/04 05:35 PM
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Shorts,Sunscreen,insect repelllant with deet,MONEY,bathing suits,flip flops,tennis shoes if going boating or water socks. If you snorkle you may want your own mask & fins but they can be rented also,MONEY,a sense of adventure and sense of humor & at last more MONEY. Do you have any idea of the types of activities you want to participate in if any? The parasailing is great so bring a one time use camera to take pictures with, that way if you drop it no big loss oh yes and MONEY. Actually you can spend alot or not alot depending on how heavy you drink and how many places you want to go. The side trips are nice but I really enjoy staying on the island especially if you are there for a short time say 5 to 10 days.
Kat

#88087 06/14/04 05:42 PM
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Also, I find packing a small flashlight very helpful on those evenings when you take the beach way home laugh


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#88088 06/14/04 06:11 PM
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A couple of those really cheap little raincoats that come folded up small enough to hold in the palm of your hand. They can be nice to have in your purse if out walking on a day that there's a cloud burst.


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#88089 06/14/04 07:09 PM
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thanks everyone you are helping a lot
we are staying more than seven days
so i know now i need more money because i drink a lot and my wife like trips.( i guess we can take trips that gives us rum)
what about a beach towel ( we are east coast beach goers)
sweat shirt or long sleeve shirt for nite?

#88090 06/14/04 11:24 PM
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Where are you staying? Probably do not need a beach towel unless you are staying at a real budget place. No long sleeves necessary at this timne of the year. Maybe a windbreaker type if anything.

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