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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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Cruising from Miami to the western Caribbean. There have been two hurricane alerts so we went west instead of East. Hurricane Danny which is now a tropical storm but caused a lot of damage with floods and hurricane Erika which is tipped to hit Miami in two days ...
... good at spotting!
AND today he did his first ever surface dive! One minute he's asking me how to do it and the next thing I know he's mask down and fins up! I couldn't believe it! I am seriously thrilled and proud of him. (He pooh-poohs what I know to be an accomplishment, and I do hope he is proud of himself.
We eventually got out of the water. There are free outdoor showers so I shower the salt off and rinse our gear in ...
... important monuments and a trip of the Island and drop back in the cruise ship terminal for $30/ each!
We enjoyed every bit of the 3.5 hours that the driver took us around with his knowledge and ever gracious nature. Definitely worth a trip if you want to see most of the place. There are a few monuments in Cozumel including a very nice Museum - Museo De La Isla De Cozumel, Statue of Gonzalo Guererro, Pyramid of the Union ...
With not much else to do we took a long walk around town, peeked into a couple of stores before settling into a restaurant on the main street to have a little lunch and people watch. Our timing was perfect as the rain hit just as we sat down. A bowl of chicken and lime soup is exactly what I needed; nothing has tasted better at that moment (and come to think of it, it sounds great ...
... enough alcohol to make margaritas for the next year or two! Hopefully by the time we run out we will be in Mexico again.
We had heard about a store called Del Sol. It’s really known for its t-shirts and they also sell nail polish, some cheap jewelry, flip-flops, sunglasses and a few other things. All of the things they sell change colors in the sunlight. We got Kyle a really nice gray ...