Reef Club Cozumel
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... other two have generators, wind turbines or other off-the-grid power sources.
You can hire a taxi to take you over there but, unless you hire the cab for the duration of your journey, you won’t be able to get back.
Or, you can take the 44 passenger Cozumel Bar Hop bus. For a $27 online deposit and a $30 balance collected upon departure, you join other like-minded individuals who seek to escape the ordinary ...
... me of a Moroccan style home. It also has a large bar area! The brother built the place himself. Another couple from Canada who are serving in one of the Spanish congregations joined us (they are renting the unit below). The hosts have made us homemade linguini with a creamy sauce, salad and chayote (which looks like a green pear but is cooked and served in a sauce). One of the sisters made home made apple cobbler - sooo delicious! (Incidentally, ...
Day 6 - Cozumel, Mexico
After my morning walk and early breakfast with Joanne, we got ready for our adventure in Cozumel.
This was the second time in our lives that we had ever visited Cozumel, Mexico. Both times have been stops on a cruise ship.
Here is a description of the tour company - "While visiting Cozumel, the Riviera Maya or Cancun
we welcome you to take part in any one of our unique excursions. We are
committed to share with you the ...
... minutes to reach Cozumel and we walked the 8 blocks to our hotel. At 300 pesos including air con it was a bit of a steal. The hotel was called B&B Caribo and the owner recommended a dive company called Studio Blue who we arranged 2 dives with the following day. We had dinner in a great little restaurant 5 minutes from the hotel. We had a huge Mexican lad as our waiter and I am assuming his mother was running ...
... cool/hard... and in Kuchil Baxal it was the best game! Kuchil Baxal is an INDOOR COURT, where the Pioneros (professional team of Quintana Roo) used to play. Finally a court that bares resemblance to the Jubilee Sports Hall! Ah it was amazing, the team is a new team- the selection of the Saturday/Sunday leagues, and I was starting :D I scored some uncharecteristc shots twice from the elbows, making all my free throws, and the usual lay ups! ...