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9am start for Angelos and I and 8.30am start for the open water crew to take their theory test and sort out their final paperwork...so many people at the shop, chaos and already regretting not going with Tank Ha.... We got onto the ferry at 10am to Cozumel and arrived at 10.45am. As soon as we arrived, we were welcomed by someone from the second dive shop called blue angel. We hopped onto the ...
... at one twelve room hotel, there are no human beings allowed over there after dark. It is closed by the Mexican authorities at night reserved for turtles only.
But, during the daytime, one can find a half dozen bars along the coast, each with waves of varying ferocity (depending upon the weather) pounding on the beaches where they sit. Four of them don't even offer "frozen" drinks because they have no power to operate a ...
... a boat over to Cozumel. What we didn’t know was that we had been dropped off at a different terminal much further away from the ferry port. Once we hit the beach we still had another few hundred metres to go, walking on the sand in front of the luxury hotels with all our bags. What made it worse was that every 10 paces someone tried to convince us we needed a drink or a massage.
The ferry took ...
... roll, Vietnamese salad and snapper in a tamarind and chili sauce. None of it quite hits the heights to which it aspires but it's tasty enough and we notice that the sushi dishes various other guests order look pretty darn good so we'll be sampling that during our stay. Our fellow diners are a mix of Mexican families here for the festive break, the teenagers all glued to their mobiles, and Americans of various hues including, from a distance, a super-sized Bette Midler. ...
... surprised by how much was there. This site was largely built from 1200 to 1650. There are multiple structures there including a small pyramid temple to the goddess Ixchel. (think mini-mini version of Chichen Itza) It was muggy, there were mosquitos, and we had a bit of a walk to the temple, but it was well worth it.
Tonight we had dinner on our condo's balcony and are spending the evening watching movies.
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