Ventanas al Mar
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... deal!! Secrets Aura is very much like I pictured it in my mind. Cool tile floors, Mexican decor, a unique shower that sprays straight down from a ceiling, a balcony with a table and BED that overlooks the ocean, and lush vegetation describe it well. Lunch was an experience. We ordered chicken salad served in an avocado on a bed of greens and cilantro and fajitas that were wonderful. While we waited, we enjoyed fresh salsa ...
... extra special although neither David nor I ate the lobster. We did enjoy the Baked Alaska! From there we went to the evening entertainment which was a man and woman acrobat who were exceptionally strong and flexible. The man had a tremendous voice as well and sang during much of the performance. However, it was also extremely suggestive which made it not quite as enjoyable to me. After the performance, I picked up my new gold necklace.
Collapsed into bed yet ...
... bars, restaurants and shops. The ferry cost £7 each for one way and the next one wasn't until 5pm so we waited at the terminal and just sat people watching, Mike went on the search for a Starbucks and soon came back, mission accomplished. The ferries to Cozumel carry much more passengers than the ferries to Isla Mujeres, there must have been a few hundred people. The ferry had nice comfortable seats all forward facing like an airplane. The crossing took about an ...
... be: Tuesday, Cozumel, Mexico, arriving at 8:00AM and departing at 4:00PM; Wednesday, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, arriving at 10:00AM and departing at 6:00PM; Thursday, Montego Bay, Jamaica, arriving 9:00AM and departing at 6:00PM, Friday and Saturday at sea; and Sunday, arriving New Orleans, Louisiana at 8:00AM.”
“We will make every effort to adjust pre-purchased tours for Cozumel, Grand Cayman, and Montego Bay to the new day and/or times. In ...
... was considered the highest pyramid in the Yucatan Peninsula.Many aspects of Mayan life were depicted in the ruins including the deadly game of Pok Ta Pok.
The drive back to Playa del Carmen included a stop at souvenir shops. We then stayed on the beach while waiting for our ride back to the Island of Cozumel where our ship was docked.