Royal Club at Occidental Grand Cozumel
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- Free parking
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... to us. We are now readying for our meal tonight and trying to figure our how I am going to even out my tan as my back, and backs of my legs, are white. The problem being that, due to my enormous chest and increasing bump, lying on my front just leads to a seesaw effect and is there fore ludicrous and impossible so we shall mull this over during dinner and perhaps bring a note pad to sketch potential apparatus to help. Any ideas from yourselves would be greatly ...
Mike had arranged a dive for today after getting in contact with an American brother on the island who also dives. When Efrosini sat on the roof terrace of her hotel eating breakfast looking at the lashing rain and choppy sea she decided to bow out gracefully. The boys, however, were undeterred. It was lunchtime by this point so we decided to have lunch at Rock 'n' Java as I knew the food would be good. The waiter remembered me ...
... adult only dining venue.
Remy was an amazing seven course French dining experience where presentation was as much importance as taste. Our server, Julien, was from France and was outstanding and we went with his recommendations of two pre-selected courses although you can choose from an ala carte style menu. I’d equate the entire experience similar to Victoria & Albert’s at Disney’s Grand Floridian with the edge going to Remy for ...
... of the sites name which was something off Santa Rosa Wall, another top area of the reef. Christ, here we go again. Somersaulting back over the boats edge again and this time fixing my mask in record time, we were down in the deep.
The current picked us up at a tremendous speed and pulled us along to which everyone was fighting for control. There was nothing you could do except go with it and try not to fly into the coral walls. Every attempt to ...
... today will be a busy day to check out the island. Sure enough, there's a guy from the car hire company waiting for us and a Dutch-sounding couple, our names written on his clipboard. He leads us away from the port on a wander through the backstreets of San Miguel to his offices. The town is much more authentically Caribbean than Playa del Carmen, its low-rise painted houses and little grids of streets reminding us of parts of Havana or the Cuban ...