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    Default Where does free CN Shopping trip go?

    Does anyone know where the free shopping trip goes from CN? Is it always the same mall/plaza? Is there a grocery store there? I've been told by a friend that the best (cheapest) place to get Blue Mountain Coffee is at the Hi-Lo Supermarket in Negril.

    Just wondering if this shopping trip goes there or will we have to hire a taxi to go.

    Thanks
    Betty
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    The shopping will be to the Time Square Duty Free Mall in Negril. You can probably talk your driver into taking you to the Hi-Lo, where I've also heard the coffee prices are rock bottom...
    Chris

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    Hi-Lo is in the Sunshine Plaza at the trafic circle in Negril. I agree about the coffee and you can get jerk sauce there too.
    We stay at CSS and don't go on the shopping trip. A cab was about $12 each way. Do not agree to $20.

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    We took the shopping trip one year and cannot think of one reason to ever do it again. However last Feb. we walked across the street and down a bit (just past the air field) and found several great deals on souvenirs and keepsakes! Bring your haggling skills... the bargaining is good spirited, and fun!

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    You can also walk the beach and down a ways there is an area where the locals are selling souvenirs and such. No need to take the shopping tour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smroot View Post
    You can also walk the beach and down a ways there is an area where the locals are selling souvenirs and such. No need to take the shopping tour.
    Ditto, Ditto and there are some great vendors down there, and the money goes to the locals.

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