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Our last port for the cruise was Cozumel. The clear, turquoise water was inviting to snorkelers Zach and Zane. They departed from the ship's pier for a leisurely day exploring two distinct reef locations. They were surprised at how close the exotic fish would come to them! After the excursion there was still time to visit a Mexican cantina and browse through a few shops. ...
... eleven miles to Cozumel, the third largest island in Mexico and named Ah-Cuzamil-Peten (Isle of Swallows) by its earliest inhabitants back in 300AD. It's 9am as we come into port at the only town on the island, San Miguel de Cozumel, looking at four enormous cruise liners moored at the terminal a little further south and docking next to the still sizeable Disney cruise ship also berthed in the ferry port. We're warned that with these behemoths all disgorging ...
... front of me when thankfully a group of English/Scottish girls rescued me and asked if I wanted to sit with them. Then another man gave me a free piña colada, what's going on! Crazy drunk mexican came coming back (and asking my name) and pestered all of us, he seemed to have no personal space boundaries and then he gave me a bracelet with my name on, aw he finally remembered lol. This has definitely been the day of free stuff as well as creepy men. Wandered ...
... br> We were all getting very hot and thirsty in the sun, and I suggested that we find a large Margarita somewhere. It took us a while, and a few dress purchases later, to finally make our way to Fat Tuesdays for our drink. We sat right by the water and ordered nachos and different kinds of margaritas. The drinks came to us in long tubes. It was the best Margarita that I had ever had in my life, although on the very strong side. While waiting for our nachos, the ...
... until about 15 minutes before they were to head back. They had been gone for four hours and there were six guys fishing, and two crew members on the ship. The ship had said that the excursion crew would speak English, however that wasn’t the case here. Fortunately the guests on the excursion included two guys from Chile who spoke English and Spanish, and they translated for the other English speaking guests. According to DH, the waters were pretty rough ...
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