Reef Club Cozumel
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... thought of driving a convertible Beetle that did it, I'm sure). I went back to my hotel to grab my beach stuff and Mark and Efrosini were coming to pick us up. During this time I received a text from Ef saying 'no windows, no locks, the passenger seat is not even attached and the accelerator is so sensitive we nearly crashed!' We heard them beep and went down to examine this heap of junk we had hired. To say this vehicle was treacherous is an understatement. It was a rust bucket! ...
... on a few other websites. Cheap(ish) and cheerful. The waiter (/owner we guess) was worth it alone. He was bung-eyed (but we're not making fun of his misfortune), and was hilarious (more to himself than other I think). He made multiple jokes, many of which were is Spanish and flew metres over our heads. But he still laughed. The ones that hit were good though :) The food was very tasty. It's a little walk from the main drag, but still easily walkable in a town that's about 800m ...
... their mother, Cecilia, they are Joanna and Brandy, Oklahoma City residents. Invited to dinner by them so that I can exchange relevant observations with their mother, I accept. This should be interesting. I would guess these two to be in their forties and they volunteered that their mother is seventy-five. I am quite a catch, it seems.
Retracing my steps to the ship, I ended up walking about two hours and forty minutes meaning I logged just under eleven ...
... in their lycra ran along the long playa esplanade and a few more commenced a morning swim into the florescent light blue waters. We made our way to the second story of the catamaran in the outside section to catch some breeze and I closed my eyes for the ride as the mild seas were causing some upset stomachs on route. But soon enough we pulled up to main pier and docked.
Cozumel was an immensely popular diving spot because of its position right on the ...
... calling it an early night. After some last minute packing we settled into bed. Soon as I turned off the lights the phone rang. It was the reception downstairs informing us that there are baby turtles on the beach. We didn’t even give it a second thought, we ran downstairs, Subash in his PJ’s to see for himself.
When we arrived at the beach one of the staff had collected the turtles and put in a tiny pool near the hotel. You could see little tiny turtle foot ...
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