Hotel B Cozumel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... beside a different part of the reef. After the snorkeling we took a taxi downtown to do some shopping. We bought way too many things and may have to ship a box of stuff back home so we have room for people in the car! After dinner we played a game of dancing in one of the lounges and then saw an amazing production in the main theater. We sat with one of the women we have become friends with from eating in the dining room each ...
... 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 ...
... later I was at the top being blown away by the panoramic views.
Back on the ground, we must have stayed here for a good half an hour which I took fully advantage of it by checking a few Mayan ruins around.
... the Yucatan's only deep water port for the cruise ships, an airport (which even has direct flights from Europe) and a hotel zone to rival Cancun and Playa. It is also Mexico's largest island, so in summary, completely opposite to what David thought.
We weren't hanging around in this bustling wee town anyway, we were straight into a taxi heading for the marina just a short drive from town. 'Anita', our boat, ...
... This morning we boarded a bus at 4:30 am bound for the border of Mexico and Belize, to a town called Chetemal. It was time to say goodbye the land of corn and leave it's spicy deliciousness behind. We boarded the bus knowing where it arrived but then from there we would have to find a pier called Muelle Fiscal, where we would board a water taxi to Caye Caulker, a tropical island off the coast of Belize. A palm tree oasis with an island attitude of "go slow"!! By the time ...