Travel Blogs from Cozumel
... coconut - as we had gone mildly feral earlier and (with the help of a local) hacked into a fresh coconut, drank the milk and tore at it and eaten the lovely white innards; which was when I explained that I was a dab hand at this as the film 'Castaway' was actually based on me when my RyanAir flight had gone array on a trip to France and crash landed somewhere in the tropics, tough times but I made it through - but she declined and ruthlessly stole some nachos from a ...
... The food was great as usual. We drove the car back to the hire company which just happened to be on the same street as Mark and Efrosini's hotel, conveniently. We walked backed to our hotel through the Main Plaza which is busy on Sunday nights with locals milling around enjoying the live music. All in all a busy but eventful day enjoyed by all. Just a side point Mike brushed against fire coral whilst diving and has come out in a very angry looking rash, it's called fire for a ...
... so cool! We also were able to have lunch in an open air pavilion where we fell in love with pitahaya (a sweet fruit very similar to kiwi and also known as Dragon Fruit) and were served a fairly traditional Mexican buffet.
After our all day excursion, we took the ferry back to Cozumel and had to immediately get ready for dinner. Brittany and Josh went to Animator’s Palate again tonight while Susan and I had a reservation at Remy, the ...
... well under my depth and the DM just doing his thang.
After 45 minutes or so we started to rise, did our safety stop and pulled ourselves back onto the boat. We scooted off to the closest beach for a rest. We were both tired. The drift was incredibly strong and my inexperience plus Murray’s ill fitting flippers made for an adventurous effort. Back on the boat again we tore off to the second site, this time I don't think we even got a briefing except ...
... eleven miles to Cozumel, the third largest island in Mexico and named Ah-Cuzamil-Peten (Isle of Swallows) by its earliest inhabitants back in 300AD. It's 9am as we come into port at the only town on the island, San Miguel de Cozumel, looking at four enormous cruise liners moored at the terminal a little further south and docking next to the still sizeable Disney cruise ship also berthed in the ferry port. We're warned that with these behemoths all disgorging ...
Other places to stay in Cozumel
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 5 star hotelfrom $260
- Wonderful hotel
- Romantic Getaway
- Kick back or Dive, you decide.
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 2 star hotelfrom $73
- Exceeded all expectations
- Time of my Life!
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 3 star hotelfrom $96
- Good relaxing resort
- Great Snorkeling
- Viva Paradise!
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 3 star hotelfrom $68
- Bright Clean Rooms, Complimentary Buffet Breakfast ... Good Value for Money
- It was all others said it was
- Always fine service at Casa Mexicana
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 3 star hotelfrom $40
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 2 star hotelfrom $48
- Went for honeymoon
- So-so, including town of Cozumel for non-divers
- Could have been better
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 3 star hotelfrom $94
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 2 star hotelfrom $50
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 3 star hotelfrom $38
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 2 star hotelfrom $42
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 2 star hotelfrom $37
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 3 star hotelfrom $71
- Thanks for a nice time
- Quaint to the Max
- Great Find!
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 2 star hotelfrom $39
- City Gem
- Excellent staff, will go back
- Just great - All the reviews were spot on!
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 3 star hotelfrom $70
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 2 star hotelfrom $51
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 2 star hotelfrom $41
DisneyLand, Cozumel | Hotel
- Saved in Cozumel
- What A Gem!
- Very Nice
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 1 star hotelfrom $120
- Food poisoning
- Love Scuba Club Cozumel
- Can't wait to return!!
DisneyLand, Cozumel | Hotelfrom $81
- The Best Small Hotel In Paradise
- The Villas are Fabulous
- The Best Place to Stay in Cozumel
DisneyLand, Cozumel | 8 star hotelfrom $156
Av. Juarez 501, Cozumel | 3 star hotelfrom $49
Cozumel | Hotelfrom $128