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March 14, 2015
Well as all things do, our cruise has come to an end! We
spent the last day at sea and managed to squeeze in a lot of activity. The weather
was very overcast with occasional sprinkles. This afternoon the magicians
offered to show us how magic is done, but that was a joke—they just showed a
lot of sleight of hand tricks very close up by having ...
March 13, 2015
Costa Maya is a port in Mexico in a rather remote part of
the country. The nearest town is comprised of only 200 families! It used to be
a popular cruise stop until a hurricane demolished the pier several years ago
and the itineraries were changed. They have now built a new pier with lots of
cute shops, but it remains somewhat unknown. We booked an early tour and had to
meet at the end of ...
The dinner last night was fantastic. The only downside was that we went to bed with a more than full stomach. I was totally out of it due to the wine and slept through the short night. Got up at 6 after 5 hours sleep.
After breakfast, just when we were about to leave the room to meet at 7:30, the captain announced on the loud speaker that today's landing was canceled due to the weather - it was very windy ...
Well we are now in central time zone at 7:00 am. Kim just went to get us coffees to sit on the balcony as we arrive into port in Costa Maya. Not sure what we will do today but will take the day as it comes. Probably catch up once we get into a wifi ...
Costa Maya is a quaint beach front boardwalk. To get to the beach you can take a bus for $3 a person. The beach has about 1 mile of sidewalk with one side beach and the other shops and restaurant/bars. All the restaurant and bars are bartering for your business and to use their beachfront. We love to get beach massages, which during the busy season can be $35-40 an hour to offseason at $25 an hour. To get back to the port you can take ...