Travel Blogs from Cozumel
... They are apparently hard to remove, has they are shaped like an arrow. A delivery guy stopped by and my instructor asked him to bring her back a scalpel so that they cut in the thumb and remove the splinters. After a while, they concluded that they couldn’t get them out and it was better than I went to the emergency clinic. I took a cab with my instructor and the clinic was fairly close. At the clinic, they took my vitals and then I had a consultation with the ...
... signal - just chilled!
Well besides all this, we got a little bit hungry, though. Luckily we remembered Sandro's advice to stop at the Marley Bar (or whatever its name is) to eat some delicious shrimp tacos. We found the bar, but they did not serve the shrimp tacos. And anything else did not suit us at this moment, so we went further. At Palancar Beach (already passed the southest point and back on the west coast) we ...
We originally walked just around the port area trying to find something to do (basically, nothing) before we found an Internet cafe. Unfortunately it wasn't much better than the ship's Internet (which didn't deter everyone else sitting around with their devices) so we decided to go into the main town. That was a smart idea. Unlike the port area, there was a huge abundance of tourist trap shops and restaurants.
We stopped for ...
Most of this LONG day was spent aboard American Airlines' spacious jets. We left Columbus, Ohio at 7:05 AM after spending the night at Country Inn and Suites, where we left our car parked. Because we were too early for breakfast, we grabbed a banana and granola bar which we hoped would provide enough strength for the day's journey. First stop, after a brief delay due to technical issues in the flight tower, was Dallas-Fort ...
... when we left and wandered around the streets looking for an authentic meal and came across a quiet Cuban restaurant. The food was really nice, I finally had the lobster I had been craving and the others had shredded beef with rice and beans with fried plantain. I had a mojito with Cuban rum and skipped dessert. On the walk home we found a cute little cafe so I could get a takeaway coffee spot warm up. I drank it in our room and ate some of my Cadburys chocolate - absolute ...
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, Maumee | 2 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!
628 Avenida Rafael Melgar, Cozumel | 3 star hotelfrom $14
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
Carretera Costera Oriente Km. 43.5, Cozumel | Hotelfrom $128
Av. Juarez 501, Cozumel | 3 star hotelfrom $49