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Open-water swim take two was a much better experience. In fact, it was one of our Mexican highlights. A few crewmembers recommended swimming directly outside the ship, as it is the calmest beach on the island. We immediately identified the location, Villa Blanca Beach, which with its buoys (pronounced 'boys' if you’re Australian or ‘boo-wees’ if you’re American), clear water and calm conditions made it perfect for a morning swim. ...
... played with us for a few hours. It was awesome!
We kept retiring to the pool when we needed a boost, which consisted usually of a long island ice tea or a double stout margarita on ice. Talk about a Jackie Chan back kick to the face. Wa Towwwww! This pool definitely topped my list of bars. It had tables and chairs built into the pool with a swim up bar! Every time our drinks got close to low the bartenders were hot on our ...
... it's for tips, crafty. On the beach is a restaurant, bar, snorkel hire and canoe hire. The sea is much calmer here and there are families enjoying the beach on free loungers, a rarity here. I am most upset they don't serve hot drinks but it's a nice place to be with Mexican music playing in the back ground. This is far less tacky than the last place although I do spot a young Italian in Speedos - why oh why? We head home before it gets dark and drop the bike off ...
... Caribbean and more windwept and rugged as a result. It's beautiful and totally undeveloped. The road turns back towards San Miguel de Cozumel and we have no time to detour to San Gervaiso where there was a temple to Ixchel, goddess of fertility and the moon, to which all Maya women were expected to make a pilgrimage at least once in their lifetime. We pull in for gas at a service station where the attendant insists on serving us and, we think, rips us off ...
... no nails, they used vines to lash the small trees they used and the leaves they used for the roof. They talk about the tools they used and the materials to make the crafts and gifts they sell. Back on the bus, continuing our trip to Telum. After about another 45 minutes we arrive at Telum, we are told about a restaurant we can eat at for lunch that our guide recommends and tells us a story of another tour where ...
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