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A Long Pier?


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Yes the pier is one of the longer ones I have seen. There are pedi cabs there and believe they work for tips.  If you are taking an excursion you will then need to walk through the shopping area out to the buses/cabs.   Some tour operators do not pay the fee to be inside the port area, and those are picked up outside the gate which is another long walk.  There is a port map, I don’t have it but do a search on this forum and you should be able to find it.

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