A Disney Cruise Teen Experience

A Disney Cruise Teen Experience

Day 2 to come…with the AquaDunk, the teen Chill Spa, and Disney’s Castaway Cay!

Day 2

Thankfully we awoke to much warmer weather on the second day of the trip. We happily put our sweatshirts away and reached for the shorts and tank tops!

Our boat docked at Nassau early and after a quick breakfast, we walked around the island town. The ship docks right at the island, allowing Disney cruisers to simply walk off the ship directly onto the island. My daughters insisted on getting their updated passports stamped, so we made a fast stop into the Bahamas Port

Administration Building, which is located just past the chain link fence and guards. You’ll need to show your cruise credentials and then head to the building for the passport stamp. It took a few minutes to get the stamp and off we went!

Most visitors head right to Bay Street’s Straw Market, a bazaar filled with handmade mats, turtles made from coconut, and every other imaginable souvenir. If you are looking for a straw basket or a shell necklace, this is the place to go! There are row after row of vendors, all selling pretty much the same items. “Come have a look at the caps, pretty lady,” I heard as I walked by all of the knick-knacks. If you do buy, it is expected that you will bargain for the best price.

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Jennifer Cohen

Jennifer Cohen is the founder of JLC Consulting, a public relations and marketing firm that services profit and nonprofit clients. Jennifer is also a freelance writer and photographer for many publications, including The Miami Herald. While Jennifer loves finding the hottest and newest products and styles she is also a fan of classic clothes that never go out of style.

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