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... wasn't much to choose from, but something is better than nothing I suppose. We continued on and pretty much just window shopped, occasionally peaking into some of the more intriguing stores. We even got adventurous and did some off roading, if you will, onto some of the back streets. We then decided to get lunch at one of the restaurants that have a balcony overlooking the ocean and street. I had the best mango Margarita ever ...
... have now named the racoon Bernice when I realised she had some pretty handsome teats and referring to her as a gent was just not good form. I managed to get a photo of her cute little face close up (with my posh camera alas - my iPhone does not get close enough) we were sat reading in our sun loungers and suddenly Bernice's fuzzy mug appeared betwixt us with her tiny human hand reaching for my alcohol free piña colada, perhaps she is pregnant too. We offered her ...
... all day. The roof top restaurant was open but not the museum itself but he kindly let us walk around and see what was on display in the hallway and yard. In the yard was a reconstructed Mayan house which you can walk inside and see how the Mayan people still live. We visited a Mayan village last year, it's hard to believe people still want to live like this but they want to maintain their traditional way of life. There was little left to see this side of the island and Mark ...
After breakfast we went straight to the Walt Disney Theater to meet up for our Port Adventure, Xplor Park in Playa del Carmen. The ship docked right at the pier in Cozumel and once we disembarked we re-boarded a smaller vessel that would take us over to Playa del Carmen (about a 45 minute ferry ride). Susan had gotten seasick the last time we took this boat, but today she had no problem (even though the waters were very choppy and a lot of other passengers ...
... Murray was bitten by an angry fish on his foot drawing blood, we lounged in the luxury of their setting and ordered a few coffees. Ahhh...perfect. We walked another 2kms north to the next destination, Playa Azul. Again, traversing through another large scale resort we were met by the most crystal clear water and florescent white sand carved out in a few little bays. The Mexican beaches did not disappoint. After a little more snorkeling the local band The Red ...
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