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Travel Blogs from Cozumel
... Lagoon. Again, it was a relaxing day on the ship.
Dinner is at 5 PM in the Venetian Main Dining Room. We are getting tired of eating.
We see the evening show of Justino and Daniela in Extreme Vegas.
Peggy, Joan and I attended Chocolate Night. None of us ate any chocolates. We were there to see the decorated chocolates.
... day and be shuttled off to an “all inclusive” beach club to down fishbowl sized cocktails while the kids played on the floating trampolines and rode banana boats.
But long before the Hawaiian shirts and wet suits populated the island, the Maya settled here around AD 300 and the island flourished as a trade and ceremonial centre. Every Maya woman living on the Yucatan Peninsula was expected to make at least one pilgrimage here to pay tribute to ...
... away. We did, briefly, think about walking but when we got into the heat of the day, we immediately jumped into a taxi.
It was a Sunday, the day we arrived, and everything was closed so we had a brief walk around the town, a few $1 beers, a lazy day by the pool and had a night in front of the TV.
The next day was my birthday so we decided to go to a 5* hotel nearby that our hostel allowed us to use ...
... to shower. He had a random roommate with the roomshare program - as it happened someone who was making his first venture out after his partner had committed suicide years earlier. They had said hello to each other and then the roommate went to breakfast. Apparently - according to the camera's on board the ship - Kenneth climbed up on this 11th deck balcony table and stepped over the railing. Neighbors who were up to see the sunrise witnessed this and ...
... or in the
Viking Crown Lounge.
We arrived at Cozumel about 8AM, one of 3 ships in town today. The
Liberty of the Seas was right across the dock and the Carnival Triumph
My tour was "Historical Walking and Shopping", and it was thankfully
more history than shopping. We met our guide Patricio at the end of the
pier and walked outside the pier gates where 2 taxi vans took us about 2