Hotel Plaza Cozumel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Unfortunately the weather reflects about how I’m feeling; there’s a chill to the air, the storm clouds are building and the wind is gusting. I’m beginning to really feel the onslaught of a sinus infection that’s been building for the last few days.
I had been looking forward to today’s America’s Cup Regatta for a month or more; it was The ...
... area (around $13 per plate) and the food was pretty good. I got the shrimp quesadilla and Kyle got the chicken quesadilla. We definitely didn’t leave hungry! We ended up spending about $100 on 2 big bottles of tequila and 2 big bottles of orange liqueur (they used orange liqueur in the margaritas, I definitely prefer that over the triple sec). It was way cheaper than we could get it for in the states and ...
... the pier we were super early for the boat so we sat in the shade waiting for immigration to open to start to first stage of leaving the Mexican border. Shortly another passenger approached us, he was an Aussie. Our first one in a month, unbelievably!! Braden was traveling alone from Perth so we all stuck together, sharing and swapping stories of our time in Mexico. Eventually our grumpy captain ushered us down the pier where he made us wait in the clammy heat to board the ...
... as being very dangerous. However this island is not like a Greek or a Spanish island with crazy unpaved rugged roads. The roads here are surprisingly well maintained and the island is fairly flat. I have watched from the balcony how people drive here and it's nothing like the madness you see in Cancun where there appears to be no Highway Code observed whatsoever. This island is very chilled and laid back and nobody seems in a hurry to go anywhere. Tourists hire all ...
... beach while he warbles along in his own unique key. Once Cody and Christie have plighted their troth, for better or for worse, they walk up the aisle straight to the bar specially constructed on the beach and grab a drink. They're joined by the bridesmaids and groomsmen who all start knocking back champagne at a rate of knots until the DJ changes the music from 'Pie Jesu' (a requiem not a wedding song, you numbskulls!!) to 'Shout!' (sadly not Lulu's version), at which stage the ...