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One of a kind place to call home for a week or two! Spending all our time on the ocean so only need a place to sleep! Manager and staff are awesome!
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A quick taxi ride back to the pier where we laid our plan to buy a couple bottles of wine (permitted to do) and a bottle of gin (definitely NOT permitted) to take back to the ship. The wine was no problem. We found a small glass bottle of gin with a metal top. Hmmm... Will that make it through the metal detector? Jeff slipped it into his shorts pocket and away we went. YES! Booze successfully smuggled ...
... partner with Tulum. Again we were blessed with a beautiful day. The sun was in the process of taking its position of power in the sky and it was escorted by white clouds swimming in a deep blue sky. The temperature was in the 70's and all was ready for a beautiful day to visit the mainland and then to the City of the Dawn.
Just a short walk down the pier to an adjacent pier, was a large boat that would shuttle us from the island of Cozumel to the mainland in ...
... and then swimming out to where the cruiseship tours were going and then drifting back with current to the small pier at the Money Bar. Lots of fish but no coral. Josefina thought it was too choppy so did not partake. I only went in once.
$10 taxi back to ship. An ok day but nothing amazing, weather definitely better though.
... and colorful schools of fish. There was even an old boat anchor and a part of a sunken ship at the bottom of the sea. Then, to explore Cozumel Island, Mexico… A trustworthy crewmember (Bjorn, our Croatian Flywheel instructor) recommended we use a rental/hire vehicle to drive around the island. That way we could see everything. And that’s just what we did. We snagged a 2014 Jeep Patriot for $50USD. In order to rent the vehicle, ...
... rain so our stay is longer than planned, tacos and guacamole it is then. Looking for what to order I notice that beer is cheaper than juice! Back on the coast we took the cycle lane - technically for push bikes but mopeds use them and it's quiet with trees either side. When we get to Playa Palancar beach I'm dying for a hot drink (I'm more English than I realised). It's free entry although after whistling and ushering us into an enclosed secure area to park our bike we ...