- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... ok. The beach was absolutely packed and there was a well-nourished mature woman (assuming European) sunbathing topless which was the lowlight. It was ultra confined with restaurants/cafes having seating too close to the water. We really couldn’t be bothered with the crowds so we didn’t spend much time there. We’ve been spoilt with some amazing beaches over the journey so dismissing this one was no big deal for us.
The rule ...
... the pier we were super early for the boat so we sat in the shade waiting for immigration to open to start to first stage of leaving the Mexican border. Shortly another passenger approached us, he was an Aussie. Our first one in a month, unbelievably!! Braden was traveling alone from Perth so we all stuck together, sharing and swapping stories of our time in Mexico. Eventually our grumpy captain ushered us down the pier where he made us wait in the clammy heat to board the ...
... them. You then applied any chilli sauce etc afterwards. When you request one you just start eating. A strange economy really. It seemed to work well though because when you have one you want more, and more. Between the 6 of us we probably had about 18 and it cost no more than about £8. Bargain!
We headed off to try and find a place Andrew's friend had recommended that was a little known gem (i.e. cheap for ...
... toll, it seems that some prescription drugs and a holiday in the sun are just what the doctor ordered so there's no better time to head off to Mexico and celebrate the new year whilst checking out those pesky prophetic Mayans and relaxing with a margherita on the beach. It's the first proper all-inclusive holiday we've done; a chance to head somewhere luxurious and not move from the sun-loungers as we're fed mountains of food and served non-stop cocktails... ...
... fountain. It was a nice place to sit and relax for a little while.
When we got tired of sitting there, we moved on, looking at the other shops in the area. Much like any tourist trap, one shop begins to look like the next and we soon tired of shopping, especially since we really weren't looking to buy.
I had seen pictures of Cozumel online that looked a lot like this one. In fact because I had seen so many scenic pictures like this, ...