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... town? Well, another thing that you can not tell from Google maps is if the sidewalks are cracked, uneven, or completely non-existent. A rolling suitcase is useless through the town of Cozumel. Without this walk though, we would not have experienced the real town of Cozumel. We would have only seen the sanitized street along the water full of souvenir shops, restaurants and jewelry stores that the day tourists from the ...
... in another quick workout and headed back to My-Time Dining for din-dins. If you get the sense we spent a lot of time eating, you would be right. Most unique moment of the day: Iguanas guarding the paths to the Mayan Ruins. Coolest moment of the day: Trespassing on a private beach to do an open-water swim. Authentic Mexican meal. Quote of the day: Honeymooners?! –A Mexican storeowner trying to lure Hayley and Owen inside to see his ...
We climbed aboard our ferry from Cancun to Isla Mujeres, (Spanish for Island of the Woman) the four of us were all so pumped to finally be together. This was the moment we'd all been waiting for!!! Isla Mujeres was absolutely beautiful. A tropical oasis only 7kms long and 650 meters wide. It was peak season to visit the island and getting nearly any accomodation for two nights had proven to be almost impossible. So after finding a really nice place on the ...
... I persuaded (nagged) Mike to finish work and come with me to eat out. We went back to the area I had been wandering around in the morning and found a restaurant called Wet Wendy's. It had a horse shoe shaped bar with a straw roof with a very chilled laid back vibe. As we walked up they were playing reggae and when I looked at the menu and saw jerk chicken I was sold! We sat at the bar and ordered cocktails - I had a piña colada and Mike ordered a mojito. ...
... a boat over to Cozumel. What we didn’t know was that we had been dropped off at a different terminal much further away from the ferry port. Once we hit the beach we still had another few hundred metres to go, walking on the sand in front of the luxury hotels with all our bags. What made it worse was that every 10 paces someone tried to convince us we needed a drink or a massage.
The ferry took ...
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
Cozumel | Hotelfrom $128
Av. Juarez 501, Cozumel | 3 star hotelfrom $49