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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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taxi (collectivo) 15 for10kms,50 kms 34
breadrolls at supermarket 1 at bakery 3
cccktais, Margaritas 50+ Happy hour 2 for 40
metro Mexico City 5 one way
water 15 for 2 litres at shop, 25 a 500ml bottle @ tourists sites
Magnum ice cream 20 - 45 (why not?)
public toilets. 3-5
laundry Playa del Carmen 100 wash and dry 5kgs
hair cut for men 45
banana 1 -2 each at market
fruit yougurt 6
... loud music, and the drivers awful singing, but eventually we arrived. The driver dropped us off at the supposedly nicest beach there was in all of Cozumel. Well, I thought the beach was a big let-down :( There was algae everywhere, it was open water so you could not swim very far, it stank of rotting algae and sulphur and overall… just no. We decided to make the best out of it, so we went to cool down in the fresh water (that wasn't even particularly clean) and afterwards ...
... blue sea. There was so much to see that there was little need to scan ahead - this led to another surprise of the day. A large nurse shark, maybe 2-2.5m, suddenly appeared in front of us and it wasn't camera shy either. It came up to within 2m for a photo shoot before calmly cruising off. Maria, being alone on surface, had her nerve tested as this was her first close encounter with a nurse shark. She held her nerve, ...
... s said that the pre-Columbian Maya sacrificed human beings into the ceynote as a form of worship to the Maya rain god Chaac. The present-day goings on are, however, a lot less sordid as travelers now enjoy the ceynote as a swimming hole, complete with jungle-like vines. It’s a literal oasis and when you first approach the space you feel as if you’re in a scene from Indiana Jones.
Then it’s onward to ...
Saturday, December 15th, our only port day on the cruise was in Cozumel, Mexico, where I had arranged for us to have a "Dolphin Encounter" and do a little bit of snorkeling at Chankanaab National Park (basically an underwater park!).
Our Dolphin Enounter was about a half hour long, and was not swimming with the dolphins, but ...