Royal Club at Occidental Grand Cozumel
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- Swimming pool
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- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... in the area, so after a bit of driving around, we just went back to the taqueria we went to the night before. Had tacos of chicken, tacos of beef, and we even tried a taco of cow eye. It was good! Drowned it all with beer and horchata, Mark’s favourite drink (like rice water).
We eventually headed back to the hotel (10:30pm), had a beer by the pool and before going to bed, Mark a last jab at trying to get the urchin splinters out from my thumb, to no ...
... while Gwagwa was in the bathroom. He said he remembered me from the other night and we just chatted for a while, he was cool.
Continuing on down the coast to our beach, we unfortunately didn't encounter any more sun. Instead it actually rained a little bit, yuck! But it was still absolute perfection to sit in the car and watch and listen to the waves. Definitely the best Christmas I can remember for a long time!
We realized that Gwagwa didn't ...
... back...we walked. I think our tour guide said it was about 2 miles. So many folks walked up the steep steps to the alter where sacrifices we made, but we didn’t...Richard’s foot was bothering him he was limping and I knew I’d have to be rescued by a helicopter or something. We did get some good pictures though.
After a good time ...
... Critic persons headed for the undeveloped, un-electrified, un-settled Eastern side of Cozumel; the side that faces the often rough Caribbean Sea.
On this day of beautiful sunshine and calm weather, the waves were not a factor as much as was the alcohol consumed at the four sand-floored bars that hosted our group of 41 intrepid drinkers.
From a bar whose name I cannot recall to Coconuts to Playa Bonita ...
Our luck with night buses came to an end when we hopped on the bus from Merida to Chiquila - imagine six hours (between 11:30pm and 5:30am) of super loud and intense hardcore techno, freezing air conditioning and stops every half hour to let people on and off which also meant turning all the lights on and off. Needless to say we were exhausted by the time we got to Chiquila however we then saw a truly beautiful sunrise on the ferry ride to ...